ANNOUNCING ICC’S RETURN TO ONSITE ACTIVITIES

We are pleased to announce the gradual reopening of our onsite activities beginning July 6th. At ICC, we have been very cautious in not returning to indoor activities until Santa Clara County announced full reopening on June 15th. Noted below is a summary of ICC’s programs for the rest of this year;

* Senior Programs
* Gym and Fitness Center
* ICC Summer Camps – Main Center as well as Sports & Recreation Center in Milpitas are both open for kids indoor Summer Camps
* ICC Banquet Event Rentals – ICC continues to offer indoor banquet event rental bookings now at full capacity

We look forward to welcoming all our Members at our facilities. Please continue to remain cautious as you return to participate in our activities and ensure you are following County guidelines. When attending any of our events, we will require you to show proof of vaccination and your temperature will be checked and recorded. Anyone who has visited India within 14 days of attending any events at ICC, will not be permitted to participate until proof of a negative Covid test is provided.

India Community Center was conceived as a place where every generation of the Indian Diaspora could find comfort in various facets of their culture, preserve and practice unique traditions and celebrate festivals and social milestones in a welcoming environment. It was also designed to be a center where people of other cultures can explore and experience Indian traditions and values. Read more
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