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The Italian American Community Center, founded in 1971, is an organization dedicated to serving anyone and everyone who love all things Italian. As a member of the IACC, you will receive exclusive access to a wide variety of events and activities, special discounts and promotional opportunities, along with the most up to date news about the Italian American culture and community.


MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

The Italian American Community Center, founded in 1971, is an organization dedicated to serving everyone who love all things Italian! As a member of The Italian American Community Center, you receive exclusive access to a wide variety of events activities, special discounts and promotional opportunities, along with the most up to date news about the Italian American culture and community.

Full Membership Benefits

 

Discounts

 

50% off Duo at the Dunes Sunday Brunch (12 person maximum).

50 % off Duo at the Dunes Monday Grand Italian Buffet  (30 person maximum).

10% off of all banquet meals for events held at Duo at the Dunes at the Italian American Community Center.       

 (after 1 year of membership)

10% off orders totaling $25 or more at Fiorello Imports-Luigi’s Deli.

Discounted advertising rate (on all ad-sizes) in our monthly newsletter The Siamo Qui.

 

Room Rentals

 

Free use of the Caruso Room (45 person capacity).

Free use of the President’s Room (20 person capacity).

Italian American Heritage Foundation Pavilion use rental discount.

 

Events

 

Free Annual Picnic (Ferragosto) for all members which includes, lunch, dinner, desert & bonfire at dusk.

Free Annual Member Christmas Party & Tree Lighting.

Free Annual Member Only Dinner (Spring).

Ability to attend Italian American Community Center & Foundation events at a discounted rate.

 

News

 

Monthly subscription to our print or digital monthly newsletter The Siamo Qui.

Frequent social media & website postings about the latest news, trends, & events regarding any & all things Italian American.

 

Activities & Associations

 

Italian Language Classes, Chair Yoga, Film Screenings, Men’s & Women’s Bocce Leagues, Co-Ed Bocce Leagues & Women’s League.

Ability to utilize the Italian American Community Center Pool from Memorial Day - Labor Day.

 

IACC Membership

Receives all benefits above with the exclusion of the pool.

 

Pool Membership

 

Ability to utilize the Italian American Community Center Pool from Memorial Day - Labor Day.

Monthly subscription to our digital monthly newsletter The Siamo Qui.

Ability to utilize our bocce courts, playground, basketball courts, and use our green space for picnics.

 

Please Note: You may upgrade your membership to include the pool or a full membership at any time.

Membership dues, fees, benefits, and services are subject to change.


MEMBERSHIP PLAN TYPES

FULL MEMBERSHIP

FULL MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES:

FULL BENEFITS FOR 1 ADULT

 

INCLUDES POOL ACCESS

$400.00*

FULL MEMBERSHIP WITH PARTNER

FULL MEMBERSHIP W/PARTNER INCLUDES:

FULL BENEFITS FOR 2 ADULTS & CHILDREN UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE

INCLUDES POOL ACCESS

$450.00*

IACC MEMBERSHIP

IACC MEMBERSHIP  INCLUDES:

FULL BENEFITS FOR 1 ADULT

 

DOES NOT INCLUDE

POOL ACCESS

$350.00*

IACC MEMBERSHIP WITH PARTNER

IACC MEMBERSHIP W/PARTNER INCLUDES:

FULL BENEFITS FOR 2 ADULTS & CHILDREN UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE

DOES NOT INCLUDE

POOL ACCESS

$400.00*

POOL MEMBERSHIP

 

POOL MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES:

USE OF THE IACC POOL FOR 1 ADULT

NO OTHER MEMBER BENEFITS ARE INCLUDED

 

$300.00*

POOL MEMBERSHIP W/ PARTNER

 

POOL MEMBERSHIP W/ PARTNER INCLUDES:

USE OF THE IACC POOL FOR 2 ADULTS & CHILDREN UNDER 21

NO OTHER MEMBER BENEFITS ARE INCLUDED

 

$350.00*

POPULAR QUESTIONS

Do I have to be Italian to Join?

No, In 2000 the board of directors decided to open up the membership to people who are not of Italian decent. All you have to do is be someone who loves all things Italian.

Do I have to have a sponsor?
Membership with Parter - does the partner need to be a spouse?
Does my membership cover my children?