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How we can help you

Russian music, art and literature are revered throughout the world. The Center has been working tirelessly to promote various dimensions of Russian and Russian-American culture and history to audiences in the United States and Russia. The Center's cultural calendar celebrates Russian holidays - both religious and national. Visitors are invited to greet the Russian New Year among friends, sing Russian folk songs and sample torte (cake) and chai (tea) with Peggy during International Women's Day. On any given day, visitors can enjoy watercolors and oils by Russian artists or listen to poems and music.

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Our resources include the borrowing of our souvenirs for your cultural event; our cookbooks and pryanniki mold for making "Russian Gingerbread." Visit our Library with books in English about Russia and the Classics of Russian Literature in Russian. We have "Khokhloma", "Gzhel", "Matryoshkas", "Samovars", etc.


Genealogical services

Do you want to find you family roots in Russia or the United States?

The Russian American Cultural Center can provide services for individuals seeking information on their family roots or relatives in both The United States and Russia. The Center can offer the following genealogical services:

Consultations for individuals who want to find their family roots by themselves. We can provide: Ways and methods of conducting genealogical search by oneself in the United States and Russia; Sources of genealogical information in the United States and Russia. Assistance in organizing genealogical research made by individuals themselves, such as trips to Russia, contacts with archival institutions etc.

Conducting genealogical research for individuals in the United States and Russia by the Russian American Cultural Center.

The Center charges reasonable fees for the services it provides. To find out more information please contact RACC.

Our resourses

The RACC is a much-needed nerve net for the community and local residents who are interested in Russian culture. On any given day, the Center hosts language classes, live performances by Russian musicians and dancers, narrations and recitations of poetry or talks on Russian life or issues effecting Russians, and small-scale exhibitions of work by Russian artists and photographers. Visitors can review books and DVD with films and educational programs from the extensive library on the second floor or admire and purchase Russian souvenirs like lacquered boxes (palek), hand-painted nested dolls (matryoshka) or amber jewelry.

To contact the RACC

raccbostonma@aol.com
Phone: 978 526-7906