The Italian Cultural Society Presents 3rd ANNUAL FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL Sunday, May 18, 2008 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. $35 per person at The Italian Center 6821 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Carmichael (located 3 blocks north of Marconi Ave & Fair Oaks Blvd. In the Carmichael Park Plaza between North Ave & Landis Ave and next to Carmichael Post Office) Music by famed Singer/ Guitarist Peppino D’Agostino Taste over 20 imported Italian wines from the regions of Italy: Tuscany, Sicily, Veneto, Piemonte, Umbria, Puglia, Le Marche and local Italian wines. Sample Italian foods, cheeses and desserts from Sacramento area restaurants: Il Fornaio Ristorante , Dianda’s Bakery, Soprattutto Salumeria, La Fornaretta Sicilian Ristorante, Buca Di Beppo, & Tony’s Fine Foods Tickets can be purchased at the door or you can Send In Your Reservation Today! Name: Phone: No. of seats desired Make checks payable to the Italian Cultural Society Mail to: P.O. Box 189427, Sacramento, CA 95818 Tickets will be held at the door. Call Pietra Biundo Peter at 916 399-9592 for reservations (In Collaboration With Capital Tastings) 3rd Annual Italian Food & Wine Festival Sunday, May 18, 2:00 to 6:00 pm “Entertainment by Peppino D’Agostino” At the Italian Center – 6821 Fair Oaks Blvd. – Carmichael Admission $35 This is one of the Society’s premier events. For the first time it will be held in the elegant new Italian Center in Carmichael. This years Festival features the music of famed Guitarist and Singer Pep- pino D’Agostino named Best Acoustic Guitarist in 2007 by Guitar Player magazine. The entire Center and Terrace area will be devoted to the event. We have over 20 imported Italian wines from various regions of Italy including Sicily, Veneto, Piemonte, Tuscany, Umbria, Puglia and Le Marche. Also participating will be California’s premier Chianti and Brunello style wine producer, Vino Noceto, from the nearby Shenendoah Valley. When it comes to Italian food, treat yourself to traditional Italian appetizers, foods, cheeses and desserts from some of the Sacramento areas finest Italian restaurants and cafes including Dianda’s Bakery & Café, Soprattutto Salumeria & Ristorante, Il Fornaio Ristorante, La Forna- retta Sicilian Ristorante & Pizzeria, Buca Di Beppo, and Tony’s Fine Foods. Also Thanks to Nugget Market and The Bread Store. The event is sponsored by the Italian Cultural Society in collaboration with Capital Tastings (916) 799-3644 and wine importers: Trilussa Wine Company, Empson USA European Wine Importers, Sienna Imports and Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant. Jet with Kids Wednesdays - May 14 & May 28 at 7:00 pm Free Seminars – At the Italian Center (Carmichael) Join us for a pair of special seminars directed at adults traveling with kids. You can register online at www.jetseventravel.com or at the door. The Seminars are taught by registered nurse and travel consultant Anya Clowers, author of the book Jet With Kids - www.JetWithKids.com. Traveling to a foreign country with little ones can be intimidating but can be incredibly rewarding. Traveling with young children allows access to local people on a family level and as the author discovered, taking their young son on international trips as a toddler resulted in some favorite family memories in the piazzas of Rome and the canals of Venice Some of the topics covered include: … surviving security with Ziploc and sanity intact, … the key to happiness lies in the carry-on, …the lap child politics: your baby at risk, … Is that screaming baby yours? Prevention and treatment of ear pain, fullness and hearing loss while flying. The seminars also cover prevention and treatment of medical and stress related problems. From learning about convenient products and services to helpful tips, you can increase the quality of travel by attending. Refreshments included. Film Documentary Italian Americans and Federal Hill Sunday, June 8 at 1:00 p.m. Admission $10 - Italian Center (Carmichael) Federal Hill is Providence, Rhode Island’s “Little Italy” and one of America’s most storied neighborhoods. Known as “The Hill” to the locals, it was settled by Italian immigrants from Naples, Sicily and other areas of Southern Italy. By the early 1900’s the area was predominately Italian and remains so to this day. The legacy of the Italian American culture of Federal Hill lives on in the shops and homes of the Italian Americans who reside there. This film explores the people who live and work in the Federal Hill neighborhood and tells their story. Rhode Island has the largest number of Italians per capita of any state. Refreshments will be provided. Air Italia – Sacramento Italian Stlye Sundays at Noon – Cable Channel 18 The Italian American radio show has been broadcasting in Sacramento for over 25 years. The show is sponsored by the Italian Cultural Society. It airs every Sunday and features the best of Italian Music and your Italian American favorites. You don’t want to miss it for the memories it brings back.The show is also available on the internet at www.accesssacramento.org. You can request your own on air selections. Call Radio hostess Phyllis Cupparo at 916/852-6429 At The Italian Center Center & Library Hours: Sundays & Tuesdays – 11:00 to 3:00 pm Card Games: Wednesday Evenings (starts May 21) – 6:00 to 10:00 pm Knit & Crochet Group – Tuesdays – 11:00 to 3:00 pm The Italian Center has been an active place for our community over the past few months. We have had good attendance at our lectures and films. We hosted the Northern California Italian Teachers Conference at our new center and the teachers thought our facility was a dream come true. And it is. The art show “Faces of Italy” looked stunning in our main room with the many art display panels and sculptures located throughout the room. We have placed some of the paintings on our walls which will be offered for sale to the public. Thanks to our Society volunteers, Sandra Cleary (coordinator), Shirley Simi, Shirley Proaps, Christina Henderson, Armando Androezzi, Laura Bredenburg and Maxine Grybas our center is clean and organized. We are initiating a new knitting and crochet group opportunity for those who might be interested. The first meeting will be held the first Tuesday of May – May 6 and will continue Faces of Italy if there is enough interest. Please call Sandra Cleary for more information at 916/972-7196. We have changed the Card Game schedule to Wednesday evenings due to the low response to Tuesday afternoons. Our Card Game manager, Luigi Popolla, invites everybody to show up on Wednesday evenings to learn how to play Italian Card games and even play a little poker. We would like to thank Dave Casella for mounting the “Italians In The Gold Country Exhibit” in the main classroom. Thanks are in order to our Librarians, Doris Beckert and Sandra Cavey for maintaining the Library. Mark Rossi helped us acquire our refrigeration units in the Kitchen and thanks to Greg and Noreen Basso for donating the ice maker. We are still putting the final touches on the new center but it is coming along. Do You Like To Dance Check out the Bambini dancers. They are recruiting children up to 12 for the upcoming season. They are also recruiting dancers from 13 to 17 for the Teen Dance level. Upcoming performances are scheduled in June at the Italian Parade in Sutter Creek; in August at Festa Italiana 2008 and at the St. Mary’s and St. Anthony’s Festivals; maybe at the State Fair and in October at the National Italian Folk Arts Conference in Sacramento. The dancers practice on Saturdays at the Italian Center in Carmichael.. Call Stacie Jensen at 916/524-4937 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Miss Italia USA The Italian Cultural Society is sponsoring Bethlehem Gashaw in the upcoming Italian Miss USA pageant to be held in New York at the end of April. Bethlehem is a college graduate from the University of California at Davis who majored in International Relations. She has also studied Italian in Italy at the Universita Per Stranieri di Perugia and is Italian on her mothers side. She resides in the Elk Grove area of Sacramento. We wish her well! 23nd annual Festa Italiana – August 2 & 3 Our Festa Committee is busy organizing the two day festival. We are bringing back the Salami Toss and have added the Gaylords to our entertainment lineup. Singer Moreno Fruzzetti and the Italica and Don Garibaldi bands will be returning to Festa Italiana. Every year, Northern California’s Italian community gathers together for two days of Italian style food, music, dancing, fun and friendship at festa. This year’s festa will again be held at the Croatian center on Auburn Boulevard. Festa Scholarship Pageant – applications are now being accepted for young ladies (age 16 to 22) of Italian descent interested in competing in the Festa Scholarship Pageant. A $1,000 scholarship is awarded. Contestants should contact Jennifer Caruso at 916/690-5634. Vendors & Volunteers – Vendors who wish to market their products or services in the Festa Marketplace should contact Carol at 916/722-6476. Restaurants interested in selling food should contact Dominick at 916/919-2229. We need volunteers to work in the Beverage, Raffle and Society booths. Call Patty at 916/399- 9592 to sign up. 2007 Festa Organizers Patrizia & Bill Cerruti Sponsors – Businesses, families or individuals are invited to support Festa Italiana with sponsorship advertisements in the Souvenir Festival Program. Call Bill Cerruti at 916/482-5900 to place an ad. Car Show – Want to show off your Italian car or motorcycle at Festa. Call Jeff Budelli at 916/276-7479 SUMMER ITALIAN CLASSES Our 5-week summer program is the perfect balance for relaxed summer learning and trip- preparation. All Summer Classes are offered at $95.00 and are a fun, easy way to learn Italian! Classes offered at both the Carmichael and the Sacramento campuses. Register online at www.italiancenter.net or call (916) 482-5900. aT ThE ITaLIan CuLTuRaL CEnTER 2791 24th Street, Sacramento. ITaLIan FOR TRaVELERS Evening Section: July 9 to august 6, Wednesday: 6:30 to 8:30 pm Anyone traveling to Italy- can prepare and greater enjoy their trip by taking our Italian for Travelers For this soccer fan: Happiness is class and learning basic conversation through in class role play. Communicate almost instantly in being Italian most basic travel situations. This informative course goes beyond “travel talk” to give travelers the insider’s edge on things to do, places to visit and how to travel confidently throughout Italy. Instructor, Patrizia Cinquini Cerruti, is a native of Tuscany, an expert travel planner and the author of the course textbook: Buon Viaggio! A Traveler’s Guide to Italian Language and Culture. BEgInnIng TO InTERMEdIaTE COnVERSaTIOn Evening Section: July 7 to august 4 Tuesday 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Requires completing Italian 3 or teacher ok (Instructor: Nancy Stefani) aT ThE ITaLIan CuLTuRaL CEnTER 2791 24th Street, Sacramento. ITaLIan FOR TRaVELERS day Section: July 8 to august 5, Tuesday: 10:30 to 12:30 pm Evening Section: July 8 to august 5, Tuesday: 6:30 to 8:30 pm (See above for course description) ITaLIanO TRE POnTE REVIEW and COnVERSaTIOn Evening Section: July 8 to august 5, Tuesday: 6:30 to 8:30 pm The Ponte class offers all continuing students the chance to review, increase vocabulary and improve conversation skills. (Instructor: Allison McGuire) Ciao Piccoli and Ciao Italia Italian Summer Camps! These immersion summer camps invite children to learn Italian through play, sports and games, art, song, and a variety of fun summer activities. The “campers” will learn conversational Italian through every day activities which focus on the week’s special themes with activities and curriculum especially designed for the different age groups. Camps offered at $95 per week. Enroll now in all or just some of the camps. Ciao Piccoli Camps 6 sessions for ages 2-5 Ciao Italia Camps 6 sessions for ages 6-13 Monday - Friday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Monday - Friday 1:30 to 4:30 pm Carmichael Campus: 6821 Fair Oaks Blvd Sacramento Campus: 2791 24th Street June 23 - 27: Picnic at the Park (Picnic nel Parco) June 16 - 18: Wild Things (Gli Animali allo Zoo) July 21 - 25: Color My World (L’arte e Gli Artisti) July 14 - 18: Sports and games (Lo Sport ed i Giochi) aug. 11 - 15: Passport to Italy (Passaporto per l’Italia) aug. 4 -8: ho Fame! (I’m Hungry!) Join us for a virtual tour of Italy’s heartland: Tuscany. See the incredible art of Florence, Pisa and Siena. Visit an estate for the olive harvest which produces award winning oil. See Siena’s famous Palio: which is like no ThANkSgIvINg IN TUSCANy other horse race in the world. Experience the region which gave the world the Renaissance and is home to many of *TWO departures Open!! Society’s Travel 12 to Patrizia Cinquini the world’s most beautiful cities. This 60 minute film, is hosted by the November Director,20, and Cerruti, who will provide tips for traveling in Italy. Free and open to the public. *November 20 to 28, 2008 This is such a favorite itinerary it’s easy to see why this trip always sells out. Staying in one place makes this the ideal way to visit Tuscany. $2,699 includes round trip airfare from San ƒTuscany ƒRome ƒVenice Francisco to Florence, all accommodations, all breakfasts and dinners, fully escorted sight Tour#1: seeing tours and much more. 11 days - June 6 -16, 2008 ($3399) Tour#2: *12 days - June 18 in Tuscany at a lovely Experience Italy like an insider: from your home base -29, 2008 ($3599) villa hotel you’ll visit Florence and come face to face with Michelangelo’s colossal “David”, in Siena you’ll discover each Tour takes learn all three cities voted “World’s Best in Lucca, walk Our exclusive Grand district and you toabout the Palio from our local guide,Cities” by Travel + along the ancient walls, experience an optional and Venice and discover the heart and concert Leisure Magazine. You’ll visit Florence, Rome lunch at Lucca’s finest restaurant and asoul of Italy with this Italian Cultural Society trip of a lifetime. and olive oils in the Chianti Wine Region, of Giacomo Puccini’s arias, taste the finest wines visit the famous like an Tower from your Volterra visit the Etruscan museum and marvel at Experience ItalyLeaninginsider:in Pisa, in home base in Tuscany at a lovely villa hotel you’ll visit the beautiful alabaster the Chianti Wine Region, Pisa, Volterra, San Gimignano the famous Florence, Siena, Lucca,art, in San Gimignano enjoy wonderful shopping and see(* this tour will towers and in Vinci Terre). of Rome enjoy Vinci) you will enjoy a homemade St. Peters and also visit the Cinque(the city In Leonardo da fully guided visits to Vatican City,Italian country the lunch on an olive the Spanish Steps, the host for both Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and many Vatican Museums, oil estate. Your Tuscan Pantheon, the the tours is Patrizia Cinquini Cerruti. other piazzas andor emailsights. The optional one day tour visits all the highlights of Venice . This For information on Society tours call (916) 482-5900 famous your request to Italy@winfirst.com. Buon Viaggio! tour gives you the best value for your travel dollars. The prices include Round Trip airfare from San Francisco - to Pisa and return out of Rome, all accommodations in lovely first class hotels, all buffet -breakfasts, and full course dinners in Tuscany and all breakfasts in Rome, ITALIAN CENTER HOSTS CONFERENCE FOR private motor coach in Italy, 6 fully escorted sightseeing tours and museum admissions. Pre-departure presentation and orientation luncheon also included. The tour is planned and hosted by Tuscan native Patrizia Cinquini Cerruti, and fully escorted by licensed local ITALIAN TEACHERS IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA English speaking guides. For a complete brochure call (916) 482-5900 or e-mail Italy@winfirst.com. See Italy at its Best! THANKSGIVING IN TUSCANY More than 30 Italian teachers gathered at the Carmichael Italian Center for an entire day dedicated to Italian instruction in California. All levels of Italian instruction were well represented at the conference with teachers from the pre- 9 days level in attendance. school to the university*Two departures Open!! November 12 to 20, and *November 20 to 28, 2008 This conference was the first of its kind in Sacramento and proved extremely useful for teachers easy to see why this trip always sells California This is such a favorite itinerary it's of Italian instruction in Northern out. Staying in one place makes this the ideal way to visit Tuscany. (Sacramento, Davis, trip airfare from San Francisco to Florence, all accommodations, all breakfasts and dinners, fully escorted sight $2,699 includes roundSan Francisco, Bay-Area, Stockton and Modesto). Teachers attending and much more. Visit instructional materials and also participated seeing toursviewed and discussedFlorence and come face to face with Michelangelo’s David, see Siena’s famous campo, experience the in focus groups to discuss the needs of in the instructors at each grade level music of Puccini in Lucca, go wine tasting ItalianChianti Wine Region, see Pisa’s Piazza of Miracles, Volterra’s Etruscan museum, San and how to famous towers and in Vinci (the city of Leonardo da Vinci) in will Gimignano’s collaborate and share information, resources and experiencesyouthe enjoy a homemade Italian country lunch on an olive future. As a information on Society tours call (916) 482-5900 or email your request to Italy@winfirst.com. Buon Viaggio! oil estate. Forresult of the great success of this conference a multi-day conference for 2009 is planned. SICILy - RoME gRoUp RETURNS wITh MAgICAL MEMoRIES ANd NEw FRIENdShIpS Recently the travelers who were fortunate enough to travel to Sicily and Rome this March met for a reunion pot-luck banquet at the Italian Center. In addition to sharing a wonderful afternoon of delicious Italian food and drink the group shared memories and stories of their wonderful travel experience. It was clear that new friendships were made and old friendships were strengthen. Tour hostess, Pietra Biundo Peter shared a beautiful DVD of over 500 photographs to which the entire group contributed. None of this is of surprise to us, since the Sicily 2002 tour also recently had a reunion. The beauty of the Italian Cultural Society’s unique tours is not just that travelers see Italy’s most beautiful sights, but that they get to enjoy them with so many other local people who also celebrate and respect Italian culture. We wish all of you happy travels, buon viaggio and we hope Italy is in your future. See Italy: Live the Passion! Italian American Education Bill Passes First Test The proposed Italian American Education Bill – AB 1863 – recently passed the vote of the California State Assembly Education Committee. Members of the California Italian American Task Force: Bill Cerruti, Dominic Di Mare and Michael Sicilia, testified in support of the Bill along with Salute magazine publisher Rob DeFeo and Sons of Italy representatives, Janet Capello, Aldo De Rose and Rudy Braida. The vote was 7 in favor, two opposed and one abstention. The two opposing legislators were Alan Nakanishi and Bob Huff. Martin Garrick abstained. The Bill was amended to gain support by changing the language from “require” to “encourage” Italian American contributions to be included in the State Curriculum standards. The Bill is authored by Assembly member Anthony Portantino. Most of the Italian American members of the Legislature; George Plescia, Cathleen Galgiani and Don Perata, are co-authors of the Bill, However, three Italian American Legislators, Doug La Malfa, Roger Niello, and Patty Berg, did not agree to co-author. Dozens of Italian American organizations from across the state filed letters of support Members of Italian Community Meet with Assemblyman Portantino for the Bill. They include the following: California Italian American Task Force (bill sponsor), Italian Cultural Society (Sacramento), North Bay Italian Cultural Foundation (Santa Rosa), San Francisco Italian Athletic Club, Colombo Club Auxiliary (Oakland), Consul General of Italy in San Francisco, Cristoforo Colombo Club of Marin, Italian American Heritage Foundation (San Jose), Sicilia Culturale Society (Norwalk), National Italian American Foundation (Washington D.C.), Italic Institute of America (New York), Western Regional Chapter of the American Italian Historical Association (California), Famiglia Sacro Cuore Di Gesu (Mirada), Federated Italo Americans of Southern California, Museo Italo Americano (San Francisco), the State and National Sons of Italy and lodges in Cardiff, Dana Point, Monterey, Salinas, Monrovia, Watsonville, Mountain View, Fontana, San Francisco, and Norwalk, and Italian Catholic Federation branches in Temple City, Livermore, Altadena, Danville, Auburn, Montebello, Los Angeles, South Pasadena, La Canada Flintridge, and numerous individual letters. The Bill now goes to the Assembly Appropriations Committee and Assembly Floor and then to the State Senate for further committee hearings. The Italian community will be involved at every stage. The Bill, if passed will go to the Governor for his signature. There are nearly 1.5 million Italian Americans in California. For much of the 20th Century they were the largest immigrant group in California and the United States but never extended credit for the distinctive cultural and critical role they played in shaping American life. Today, they are the 6th largest group in America. They were the largest group of people, nearly one quarter, to go through Ellis Island. Yet a recent study of California textbooks from the elementary through the university level found they are not mentioned – not even a footnote. AB 1863 would encourage the role and contributions of Italian Americans to be included in California’s textbooks along with the many other groups already included. Please send support letters to assembly member anthony Portantino State Capitol, Room 2003, Sacramento, Ca 95814 don’t name you Italian Kid don In a recent episode, a local television station in Sacramento, Channel 13, portrayed the head of the California State Senate, Don Perata, as a mafia figure pointing a gun and trying to scare people to raise taxes to protect public education (as though that is criminal behavior). Perata is the highest ranking Italian American politician in the State Government and a well known champion of public education. Protests were lodged by the Italian Cultural Society and the offending material was taken off the internet. A recent poll showed that 80% of Americans associate Italian Americans with organized crime and criminal behavior and that these attitudes are due to the negative portrayals of us by the media. In this instance, the media proved the validity of the poll and the media’s use of negative portrayals of us by characterizing Perata as a criminal figure (because he is Italian) engaged in criminal activity by associating his position to improve our schools with criminal behavior. This episode points out the need for more positive and accurate portrayals of Italian Americans in the school curriculum to combat the prejudicial images of us as portrayed by the media. Our schools are in part at fault for neglecting to include positive images of Italian Americans in the school curriculum. Battling Bias In Batavia What is wrong with this picture and why is it that the educational system does not seem to work for Italian Americans. The answer can be found at Rotolo middle school in Batavia, Illinois. The drama teacher at Rotolo wrote a play, “Fuggedaboudit: a little mobster comedy” involving characters with Italian last names who are mobsters running an Italian restaurant. The play was performed by students at the school (the Bada- Bing Players) under the teachers direction despite Italian American protests. The mother of student Johnny Levato went to court to stop the play as demeaning to her son and afraid it would cause other students to ridicule him, but the school fought her and succeeded. Many Italian Americans have been subjected to such ridicule in the school yard and in the workplace so we know its pain. The play went on. According to Marina Amoroso Levato, Johnny’s mother, “My son has a right to attend school and not face prejudice just because of who he is.” But the damage was done. Johnny, depressed and crushed by the injustice refused to return to school and put up with the hostile environment created toward him by the play and his mother’s protests. He had to leave the school and now attends a private school supported by donations from the Italian community taking care of its own. That’s how Italian American kids are treated by the school system. And that is why the educational system is part of the problem. Instead of presenting more positive and accurate images of who and what we are in the educational experience of American students, it is more likely to promote and perpetuate the worse and most negative stereotypes. That is why Italian Americans want our role and contributions to be included in what children study in a positive way. Italian Center Fund $1 Million Capital Campaign Announced The new Italian Center is a dream come true. Each of us can help keep the dream alive by giving to the Italian Center Fund. We need your help to pay for the new Italian Center. We are establishing a $1 million campaign to raise the money we need to pay for and operate the new center. We have started this campaign because we know we need this much money to finish paying for this new Center of Italian life and to establish an endowment fund to keep the doors open in the future. We are asking each of you to show that you care about the future of our new home. Please make a generous donation toward our $1million campaign goal. If each of us who care about what we have accomplished makes an annual donation of even $100 or $200 a year, it will go a long way toward helping us reach our goal. We accumulate your donations. Those who give $500 will be listed on our Heritage Wall and those who give $1,000 or more will receive a plaque on our Wall of Honor. We think our $1 million goal matches what we need to raise over the next 10 years to put our new home for the Italian people on a solid financial footing. We are hoping to raise $100,000 a year. You might say that building the new center was like laying the foundation for the future. Now its time to move in and build a better future upon what we have created. All you have to do is right a check. We will use it wisely. It’s a good time to consider a Legacy gift to the Italian center; one that will benefit you and us. Legacy gifts often can result in substantial tax savings for those giving. For more information about Legacy gifts, give us a call at the Italian Center- at 916/Italy-00. Thank You for Your Donations to The Building Fund $1000 Bertolucci & Angeline & Frank Mancini Costanza Ilaqua Foran Fred Colombini – in honor of the Georgette Guerra – Italfoods - in memory Anita Scuri Colombini Family, Gina & Victoria of Walter Guerra Vincent & Stella Catalino $750 Kathleen Nygard – in memory of Kurt Schmidt & Antonia Darling – in Liza & Chris Micheli – in memory of Elizabeth Paccione honor of our dear friends grandmother Marie C. deMarche Marie Booth – in memory of the Don & Margi Ricci $100 Ratti family $25 Mario & Linda Mandy Maria Zelano Betty (Torchia) Nielson Jack Quartaroli – in memory of Nonna Jacqueline Ann Haase – in memory of aunts Monica Fedele Hobbs Albina & Harry Quartaroli Dorothy White & Irene Dunne Dolores Dallosta Rena Barsanti – in memory of Renato, Eda $50 Patricia Hutchens & Henry Barsanti Tina Rizzo – in memory of Nonna Mary Palermo Fred & Pat Zanetta – in memory of Yolanda (Rossetto) Victor & Lynda Scotti – in memory of Stephen Zanetta & Lydia Zanetta Garino Pete & Jeanette Sorrell – in memory of Katherine Loftin (Stefani) Kyle Kelley & Joanne Bertolucci Kelley Concetta Riso – in memory of grandparents Eda & Virgil yes, I would Like To Make A donation To The Italian Center Fund Please accept my donation of: $25 $50 $100 $250 $500 $1,000 $2,5000 $5,000 or more If making a Pledge, please indicate total gift and number of payments below. 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Return Service Requested ITALIAN FILM AT THE ITALIAN CENTER Join us for these feature films at the new Italian Center in Carmichael Admission $10 - refreshments included Friday, May 23 at 8:00 pm “GOLDEN DOOR” award winning film about an Italian peasent crossing the Atlantic at the turn of the 20th century for a better life in America but unprepared for the realities of Ellis Island (2007 - in Italian with English Subtitles) Friday, June 13 at 8:00 pm “SUMMERTIME” stars Katherine Hephurn and Rossano Brazzi in this Oscar nominated romantic story set in Venice (1955 - in English) Shown at the Italian center in Carmichael located at 6821 Fair Oaks Blvd. Located 3 blocks north of Marconi Ave & Fair Oaks Blvd in the Carmichael Park Plaza Between North Ave and Landis Ave.
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