The AMAAN Committee seeks to provide compassionate assistance to the latest wave of Arabic-speaking refugees, people who have fled unprecedented civil strife, destruction and human suffering in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere. Our aim is to provide relief and support to those in Northern California who
All Arabic Music Classes will be held on Saturdays at the Center, please see information below for schedule and dates. Dates: September 13, 20, 27 October 4, 11, 18 November 1, 8, 15 November 16 – Last class and Performance at Asian Art Museum Schedule:
As the Arab American Cultural Center grows, we want to see neighboring communities growing as well! We strive to create groups from within our community to reach out to different communities in helping in whatever they may need. For more information, please email us
Socials at the AACC are a place where we all come together to connect with one another by listening to guest speakers sharing stories, poetry from fellow community members, or watching films based on situations in the Middle East. We strive to cater these events
Mission The AACC College group represents a group of individuals that will come together to participate in constructive activities; providing opportunities to make a change in the community we are from. While learning and connecting with each other, the college group will establish many connections
Fall sessions classes beginning September 6: Classical Arabic (Reading, Writing, & Conversation) Held at the center at 3986 Twilight Drive, San Jose, CA, 95124. Phone: (408) 379-2722 Beginner Level Saturdays: 9:00 to 10:00 am (1 hour) All ages welcome! Class length and exact time will be
Anyone who wants to study Arabic will have several opportunities this coming fall. Classes are being offered at San Jose State, DeAnza Community College, and Stanford Continuing Education, as well as at Santa Clara and our own Arab Cultural Center Saturday morning series of classes.