Assyrian American Civic Club Of Chicago

About Us

The Assyrian American Civic Club of Chicago was founded in 1975. To uphold, honor and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. To preserve the goals of freedom and justice for all and abide by the rules governing the United States of America. To create an atmosphere of peace and tolerance among Assyrians residing in the United States of America and to educate the Assyrian Community here by preserving and disseminating Assyrian culture and heritage through educational programs and activities. In addition, we dedicate ourselves to that purpose with no expectation of reward.

Assyrian American Civic Club of Chicago is a non-for-profit (501©3) educational, cultural, folklore and charitable organization without any political or religious orientation which is democratic in structure and professional in nature, organized under the law of state of Illinois. The aim of this organization is the creation, education, promotion and spread of Assyrian culture, literature and heritage, the preservation of Assyrian customs, national traditions and folklores among the members of the Assyrian Diaspora in addition to, the American community at large in greater Chicago.

Assyrian American Civic Club of Chicago hosts and partakes at many events during the calendar year such as: Saint Patrick’s Day, Assyrian New Year, Fourth of July, Columbus Day and Thanksgiving Parades; Skokie Festival of Cultures, Memorial Day Tribute, Assyria Day, Assyrian Martyrs Day Commemoration; host Lectures, Seminars, Music Dance Celebrations, and Tammuz, the Assyrian Festival, Comprise of food, folk dance, games and more…

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