Founded in 1973 Portland, Maine
Welcome to The Irish American Club
For over four decades, the Irish American Club
For over four decades, the Irish American Club has served to preserve and promote Irish-American culture, history, and community in Maine.
All Are Welcome
Membership is open to any interested persons
Membership is open to any interested persons, regardless of their background. The Irish American Club is a non-profit, non-sectarian, and non-partisan social club.
The Irish American Club has a permanent home
The Irish American Club has a permanent home at the Maine Irish Heritage Center. The ornate, gothic brick building was finished in 1888 as Saint Dominic’s Church, whose parish served as the bastion of the Irish-American community in Portland for 180 years. With the church’s closure by the Diocese in 1998, the Irish-American community rallied to save and preserve the building as the hearth of our heritage. For more information, visit www.maineirish.com.
What We Do
The Club is a Democratically-Run Organization
Officers Are Elected; Members Vote on Major Issues;
General Business Meetings Are Held to Disclose the Club’s Status;
We Are Volunteer Driven.