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Italian Times

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The Italian Times celebrates the Italian community here at the ICC.

Italian Times - MONTHLY ISSUES
Published Monthly.

Whether you're Italian or not, 
celebrate Italian Style with us!
 

Upcoming Events Calendar

Courtyard Series!

Casino Night!

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benefits of becoming a Member?

 

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Coming soon you will have the option of ONLINE PAYMENT through PayPal.

 

  • Pay your ICC Membership Dues. 
  • Donate to the ICC Building Fund.
  • Donate to the Italian Community Center by leaving a Memorial Gift on behalf of a loved one.
  • Join us at our special events and celebrations and pay online.
  • Pay your Bocce Fees.



  It is not necessary to be Italian to spend time with us,

to enjoy our facilities, or to eat with us at our restaurant.

 

We just want you to experience and love the Italian culture as much as we do.

 

Please enjoy our Community Center, our Conference Center and Cafč La Scala.
Benvenuti!  (Welcome everyone!)

   


About Us
The Italian Community Center (ICC) of Milwaukee is an ethnic organization founded in 1978 to celebrate the heritage and culture of Wisconsin’s Italian community.  The most visible example of that is a 4-day summer festival known as Festa Italiana, featuring food, entertainment and cultural exhibits that celebrate the Italian experience. 

 

The ICC has been a catalyst for renewal and rebirth of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward and is open to all people, regardless of race, creed or religion.    The ICC, in its current location since September 1990, has been chosen for many political rallies and speeches and campaign celebrations.  President Bill Clinton gave a speech on health care reform at the ICC on April 18, 1994.  President Bush and Senator John Kerry held events here in 2004.