The Italian American Community Center located at 257 Washington Avenue Extension in Albany, New York
Our heated members only swimming pool.
The IACC celebrates the Italian American Heritage at our annual Columbus Day Grand Gala.
Prominently displayed the Lion statue that once adorned the Son's of Italy building on Madison Avenue in Albany.
The Lion which watches over the IACC building entrance was once housed at Vincentian Institute in Albany, New York.
Our St. Anthony Shrine was built by members to honor the life of St. Anthony of Padua, who holds a special place in many Italian Americans hearts. The IACC Foundation holds a mass at the shrine each year.
Our covered bocee court is home to many competitive bocce games. The IACC has a mens, womens and mixed bocce league.
Our Roman Garden is a great place to hold an outdoor event or ceremony.
Our pavilion is a great place to hold an outdoor event. Available for rent by members and non-members. It is also the venue for our Friday Night at the Pavilion.
Members enjoy 50% off our Monday Night Grand Italian Buffet.
The IACC hosts great Italian performers who dazzle our members with tremondous talent. Whether it be a singer, comedian or a one man show the IACC celebrates the Italian American Culture.
EDUCATION PROGRAMS & INFORMATION
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The Italian American Community Center along with its cultural Foundation are committed to educating the region on the Italian culture.
The Italian American Community Center sponsors many programs & activities that highlight & celebrate the Italian heritage. Most programs & activities are open to the public however members of the club receive a discounted rate.