Affiliates

Affiliate organizations share the ICLF mission of educating and promoting Irish and Celtic culture in Arizona.

A list of affiliates, an event calendar, and how to join are below:

Interested in becoming an ICLF affiliate?

Please fill out the following form. Once completed and approved, fees and information will be sent to the email given.

Current Affiliates

Click the logos to learn more about each affiliate 

Chandler-Tullamore Sister Cities

The mission of the Chandler-Tullamore Sister Cities to cultivate and maintain a strong reciprocal relationship between the cities of Chandler, Arizona and Tullamore, Ireland, to encourage cultural understanding, community involvement and educational exchanges.

Phoenix English Country Dancers

This affiliate group has fun dancing and exercising while learning historical and modern English country dances set to beautiful music.

Daughters of Scotia

Daughters of Scotia is a fraternal order. Open to women who were born in Scotland, are of Scottish descent, or are married to men of Scottish descent. Desert Thistle Lodge Daughters of Scotia Phoenix. Contact by email: clanwoman924@yahoo.com

CROFT

Celtic Re-Enactment Organisation for Fellowship and Trades. Our goal is to promote fellowship while researching the lifestyles and trades appropriate to the Celtic Peoples. Participation is open to anyone with an interest in period crafting, living history and entertainment.

The Caledonian Society of Arizona

The Caledonian Society of Arizona is the single largest Celtic organization in the state of Arizona and our mission is to promote Scottish culture through art, education and athletics.

St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee and Irish Society of Arizona

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Faire Committee is composed by a group of elected individuals that make the Phoenix St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Faire happen.

Friends of St. Patrick

Our mission is to nurture Saint Patrick’s legacy by promoting positive relationships between Arizona and Northern Ireland through education.

Arizona Colleen Program

The Arizona Colleen Program began as the Arizona Colleen Pageant, a heritage pageant, in 1983. It seeks to connect not only the Arizona Irish community, but the global Irish diaspora through events and awareness.

Phoenix Traditional Music and Dance

We preserve and present traditional music and dance by sharing our love of contra dancing – American folk dancing evolved from European country dances. Join us and celebrate both our heritage and our modern community!
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Rose of Tralee

Irish heritage program for women connecting the global Irish diaspora. Part of Ireland’s longest running family festival in Co. Kerry celebrating over 60 years.

Scottsdale Sister Cities Association

The Scottsdale Sister Cities Association promotes the City of Scottsdale by strengthening municipal and economic development partnerships between Scottsdale and its Sister Cities.

Irish Network Arizona

Irish Network Arizona is a business, cultural, and social network where members can connect locally, across the state, and with sister networks across the country.

Pipe Band

We are focused on promoting the art of Scottish Bagpiping and Drumming through teaching, playing, and competing. We are always looking for new players and students who are also interested in the art.
Contact by email: lwagency@cox.net
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Grove of the Rising Phoenix

We are a local Grove in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona and are affiliated with the Ár nDraíocht Féin an international neo-pagan organization based in the United States devoted to creating a public tradition of Neo-Pagan Druidry.
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Phoenix-Ennis Sister Cities

Phoenix Sister Cities exists to create people-to-people relationships between the residents of Phoenix and its sister cities through educational, cultural and artistic exchange programs and events that create and sustain global, long-term, international and business opportunities for the citizens of Phoenix.

Coming Soon: Affiliate Events Calendar