Hartford Ancient Order of Hibernians Division #2 Est 1954 - The Hartford AOH Division #2 is an Irish Catholic organization that promotes and encourages participation in our religion, charity and Irish culture, following the motto "In Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity"
Central Connecticut Celtic Cultural Committee - The Central Connecticut Celtic Cultural Committee was formed for the purpose of fostering, promoting, and celebrating the cultural and historical contributions of Irish and Irish-American individuals and groups in Central Connecticut. To achieve this purpose, activities include the sponsorship of the Greater Hartford St. Patrick’s Day Parade, including the selection of the Parade Person of Year and the Parade Grand Marshal. Other activities include sponsorship of the Celtic Sons & Daughters Scholarship program and planning or promoting additional events and activities aimed at promoting Irish culture.
Hartford Gaelic Football Club - The club has it’s origins as far back as 1914. Although there is little documentation between then and the 1950’s we do know our club were State champions in that year. With the mass exodus of immigrants to Connecticut in the 50” and 60” came an era in our History that will never be forgotten. Since then then our Club has enjoyed a National Championship Win and many State Championships through the 70’s and 80’s. Our club is based on the pride of the past and the promise of the future. It is our wholehearted commitment to promote Gaelic games in Connecticut.
Glastonbury Celtic Football Club - The Club was originally founded in 1972 under the name Bristol Buffs, and subsequently as West Hartford United and Mersey AFC before settling on the current name Glastonbury Celtic Football Club in 1992. As the name changes suggest, the club had a variety of homes - Bristol and West Hartford - before settling permanently at the Irish American Home Society in Glastonbury, Connecticut.
Connecticut Ancient Order of Hibernians - Catholic, Irish American organization that promotes the learning of our Irish heritage, a peaceful solution to the issues that divide Ireland and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.