Irish Cultural Center Hudson Valley

PO Box 1235, Kingston, NY  12402


Our mission is to promote and preserve the cultural and artistic heritage of the Irish, with a focus on the Hudson Valley. We promote and preserve Irish and Irish-American culture, including our literature, music, dance, stories, poetry, art, drama, crafts and history and convey that culture to successive generations.

To serve as a testament to the contributions and sacrifices made by the Irish and Irish-Americans in helping to build New York State as well as to the success they achieved and the obstacles they overcame; To provide a warm and welcoming meeting place for all who want to share in this great Irish-American experience.

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