Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our meeting will take place on Thursday, July 11 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We will be reading We Are the Brennans by Tracey LangeSave the date! Registration link will be available shortly. 

Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our meeting will take place on Thursday, June 13 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We will be reading In the Woods by Tana FrenchSave the date! Registration link will be available shortly. 

Books for Upcoming Meetings
July 11: We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange

Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our meeting will take place on Thursday, May 9 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We are reading Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan. Learn more about the book >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

Books for Upcoming Meetings
June 13: In the Woods by Tana French
July 11: We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange

Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our meeting will take place on Thursday, April 11 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We will be reading Philadelphia, Here I Come! by Brian Friel. Learn more about the play >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

Books for Upcoming Meetings
May 9: Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan
June 13: In the Woods by Tana French
July 11: We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange

Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our March meeting will take place on Thursday, March 14 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We will be reading The Parish and The Hill by Mary Doyle Curran. Learn more about the book >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

Books for Upcoming Meetings
April 11: Philadelphia, Here I Come by Brian Friel
May 9: Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan
June 13: In the Woods by Tana French
July 11: We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange

Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our February meeting will take place on Thursday, February 8 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We will be reading The Whitest Flower by Brendan Graham. Learn more about the book > 

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

Books for Upcoming Meetings
March: The Parish and The Hill by Mary Doyle Curran

Join us in the ICC Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our January meeting will take place on Thursday, January 11 from 5:30–6:30 pm. We will be reading This is Happiness by Niall Williams. Learn more about the book >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

Books for Upcoming Meetings
February: The Whitest Flower by Brendan Graham
March: The Parish and The Hill by Mary Doyle Curran

Join us in the new Irish Cultural Center Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all.

Our meeting will take place on Thursday, December 14 from 5:30–6:30 pm.

We are reading An Irish Country Christmas by Patrick Taylor. Learn more about the book >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks. ICC Patrons save 10% on food orders in December.

Books for Upcoming Meetings
January: This is Happiness by Niall Williams
February: The Whitest Flower by Brendan Graham
March: The Parish and The Hill by Mary Doyle Curran

Join us in the new Irish Cultural Center Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our meeting will take place on Thursday, November 9 from 5:30–6:30 pm. Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

We are reading The Tour by Jean Grainger. Learn more about the book >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >

Books for Upcoming Meetings
December: An Irish Country Christmas by Patrick Taylor
January: This is Happiness by Niall Williams
February: The Whitest Flower by Brendan Graham
March: The Parish and The Hill by Mary Doyle Curran

Join us in the new Irish Cultural Center Book Club. We’ll enjoy good craic and delve into Irish and Irish-American literature, with guided discussion in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. This event is open to all, Patrons and the general public.

Our October meeting will take place on Thursday, October 12 from 5:30–6:30 pm in the Trinity Pub. Participants are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled, perhaps grab a drink, mix and mingle. You are welcome to stay after at the Trinity Pub to socialize with dinner or drinks.

We are reading “Midlife Irish: Discovering My Family and Myself” by Frank Gannon. At times funny, poignant, and heartbreaking, “Midlife Irish” draws on the universal themes of love, loss, and laughter that have kept the Irish both miserable and happy–often at the same time–throughout the years. Learn more about the book >

To Register
The Book Club is free to join. Please register ahead so we know how many people to expect. Register online >