We are committed to record and preserve the contributions of our Italian Heritage and culture to our society through our newsletter, cultural programs, activities, exhibits, and outreach programs.
Our Cultural Center
offers Italian langauge classes. Our goal will be to speak the language
smoothly with the correct use of phraseology and
Our Cultural Center
Ways to support
The American Italian Heritage Association publishes a very interesting and informative 20 page bi-monthly Newsletter in English. It contains information about Italian Americans, Italy, history, customs, traditions, recipes, events and other information of interest to Italian-Americans. Membership is open to everyone and Annual Dues are only $25 : Free admission to the museum for all AIHA members
Become a member now
JANUARY 1ST TO MARCH 31ST
Friday 11am-2pm. & Saturday. from 12- to 3 pm
Seniors (over 65) $4
Children (12 years & under) Free
American Italian Heritage Association Members Free
The winter season is always a time of reflection for me. Last year was exhausting because we had so much going on; and, we did it with a handful of volunteers. In order to remain vibrant we must increase our membership and gain additional active volunteers. We also need and encourage your support of our varied cultural and social events. We are gratified to have so many members from across the United States. If you’re looking for a way to help, you can certainly do so by recruiting new members. In unity there is strength is a statement heard and spoken many times; but, nonetheless extremely vital to our cause. By working together, this monument, our jewel of a museum, will remain a tribute to the Italian immigrant who helped each of us to live the American dream. Your continued support will make it possible for future generations to know and treasure their Italian heritage.
Prof./Cav. Philip J. DiNovo
click here to read complete December 2019 AIHA President Message
The AIHA Campus is Home of the Americant Italian Heritage Museum and Cultural Center. On the first floor our Museum (3900 sq ft) honors and tells the Italian Immigrant Story and their contributions. We will also display the contributions of Italian Americans. The second floor (1900 sq ft)contains the Cultural Center with a library, hall, Chapel and class rooms for all types of classes: language, cultural, genealogy, cooking etc. for all age groups and open to the public.