Hibernian Hall

 

Hibernian Hall has a rich history of service to Roxbury since it was built in 1913 by the Ancient Order of Hibernians and served as the hub of social activity for Boston’s Irish community for nearly 50 years. It later became the headquarters for the Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC), an international training program founded by the late Reverend Leon Sullivan.  For decades the building sat unoccupied until purchased by Madison Park Development Corporation in 2000.

Reopened in 2005, Hibernian Hall serves as corporate offices for Madison Park Development Corporation and houses a number of businesses and non-profit organizations, including Next Street Financial, The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), The Osiris Group, Mothers for Justice and Equality, and Ethnica Gourmet Catering.

Venue Rentals

Effective January 1, 2014, Hibernian Hall has changed its rental model to discontinue its social rentals line of business.  This line of business includes weddings, receptions, baby showers, birthday parties, dance parties, as well as hair/fashion shows.  Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, just a sampling of the most common types of events that have been held here in the past.
 
This change will usher in a more robust calendar of arts programming.  Please visit www.hibernianhall.org to see a list of upcoming events.  We'd love to see you in the audience!