Future Event

Summer Picnic June 25, 2017

Corning Irish Heritage Center

Celtic Hall & Curran House

Coming Event

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Corning Irish Heritage Center
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COMING EVENTS!

Potato bags for sale
Peggy Ryan is selling Microwave Potato Baking Bags as part of a fundraiser to raise enough money to fix the rapidly-aging roof of Celtic Hall. These bags are handmade, come in two different colors, and are perfect for stocking stuffers! Contact the CIHC group or call Peggy at 812-644-7545 with your order!

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What is the Corning Irish Heritage Center?

Our mission is to preserve the cultural legacy of nineteenth-century Irish immigrants in southern Indiana through family activities, educational seminars, conferences, pictorial and written history, and genealogical material.

We Need Your Help

Since we are a non-profit organization we need your help for our center to live up to its full potential. You can help in one of the following ways

  • By sharing our site with others.  Share it through Facebook and other forms of media or just word of mouth.  Our Facebook page can be found at https:www/facebook/com/vince add

  • By adding a link to our website on other web sites.  Our web link is http://corningheritagecenter.com
  • By calling or emailing the Executive Director or President and volunteering your skills.
  • By becoming a member and filling out a Membership Application.
  • By donating to our General Fund via Pay Pal. We are a not-for-profit tax exempt organization

  • By attending our monthly (first Monday) board meetings (6:30pm EST/EDT depending on the time of year) at the Corning Heritage Center and learning what is going on and what needs to be done.

Thanks for anything you might do to advance the mission of the Corning Heritage Center.  We are just beginning to accomplish some of our short range goals with much to do. 


Jason McCoy, President

 

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