All Cultural Centers and Museums

  • The Museum of Russian Art

    The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) is a non-profit, member-supported museum dedicated to the presentation and preservation of all forms of Russian art and artifacts.

    Housed in a beautifully renovated historic building, the Museum’s multi-level galleries provide a tranquil and intimate setting for TMORA’s exhibitions and educational events. …

  • Russian Cultural Center “Russian Soul”

    “Russian Soul” offers educational and entertainment programs for children and adults, including concerts, workshops, classes.

    The folk ensemble “Belozer’e” has created 14 original programs presenting a wide spectrum of Russian folk songs and dances—from rare XIXth century wedding & fortune-telling songs & dances to modern folklore.…

  • Celtic Junction

    The Celtic Junction’s two performance spaces host concerts, dances and private events with seating of up to 250 people in the larger and a cozy 75 in the smaller. This top notch facility boasts a state-of-the-art sound system, stage lighting, projection capability and sprung floors for comfortable dancing. House ambiance and decor are comfortably eclectic and highly versatile allowing for concert or cabaret style seating. Fully accessible building amenities include a welcoming lobby and reception area featuring a rotating gallery of original artwork and wi-fi internet access.…

  • Norway House

    Norway House has three roles:
    ***convener – to call people together for a common goal
    ***collaborator – to help others achieve success
    ***platform – to serve as a common place for Norway House and other organizations to promote the Norwegian heritage…

  • Danish American Center

    The Danish American Center (DAC) serves as a venue for Danish-American cultural, senior, educational, social, and charitable programs and activities, promoting greater knowledge, understanding and friendship between the USA and Denmark.…

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