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POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016 PAGE 7 I September through May THE PIB ITALIAN SATURDAY SCHOOL FOR BOSTON CHILDREN - SCUOLA ITALIANA DEL SABATO PIB PER BAMBINI DELL'AREA DI BOSTON. I0:00 AM to 12 Noon. The first and only full-immersion Saturday Italian Classes in New England; textbooks for optional homework. Professionally designed programs alternating comprehension, speaking, grammar, writing exercises, and games. Mother tongue committed teachers. A Saturday joy for children and parents! Fellow- ships for selected families available. SPONSOR: PIB - Professionisti Italiani a Boston LOCATION: TBD COORDINATOR: For more information: Saturday, September 24 90TH ANNIVERSARY BANQUET. 6:00 PM. 90= Anniversary Celebration of Lodge. Menu: roasted chicken, baked stuffed filet of sole with lobster Newburg sauce, roast beef, chicken soup, salad, potatoes, pasta, and dessert. Music by Power Play of Hudson. $20 per person / $38 per couple. SPONSOR: Quattro Eroi Lodge #1414 LOCATION: Coachmen's Lodge, 273 Wrentham Road, Bellingham, MA COORDINATOR: Valerie Carlucci, 401-488-5510, vcarlucci @ Friday, September 30 7TH ANNUAL ITALIAN HERITAGE GOLF CLASSIC. Registration: 7:30 AM, Tee Time: 8:30 AM. Includes continental breakfast, breakfast sandwich at the tum, green fees, golf cart, gifts, buffet lunch, individual and 1=1 2r~/3~ place team prizes. Contests on the course, a 50/50 raffle, and a raffle table. Scramble format. Proceeds from this year's golf classic will benefit the Alzheimer's Association, Cooley's Anemia Foundation, and the Italian Heritage Scholarship Fund. Sponsorships available: $100 hole/tee box sponsorship, $50 golf cart sponsorship. Register by Friday, September 23. $125 per person / $500 per four-person team. Luncheon only: $30. SPONSORS: Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli Lodge #2183 and October Italian Heritage Month Committee LOCATION: Merrimack Valley Golf Club, 210 Howe Street, Methuen, MA COORDINATOR: Kevin Caira 978-657-7734 October ITALIAN HERITAGE CONTEST IN CELEBRATION OF COLUMBUS DAY. Yearly contest offered to all students of Italian heritage in celebration of the Italian Heritage Month. SPONSORS: C.A.S.IT., Inc. in collaboration with IHM, Sons of Italy, and Dante Alighieri Society LOCATION: 37 Water Street, Unit #4, Wakefield MA COORDINATOR: Vilma Bibeau, 781-224-0532,, or Starting in October October Date TBD C.A.S.IT. MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN. Goal is to count 100 members by end of 2016.$25 membership. SPONSOR: C.A.S.IT., Inc. CONTACT: Francesco Fregasso, 617-852-8808, or MOVIE NIGHT. 7:00 PM. Italian movie. SPONSOR: C.A.SJT., Inc. LOCATION: 37 Water Street, Unit #4, Wakefield MA COORDINATOR: Vilma Bibeau, 781-224-0532, October through November NEW ENGLAND ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2016. For times, contact directly the Italian departments at the Universities (see below). A selection Italian films, provided by the Italian Ministero degli Affad Ested, will be shown in five New England's colleges through a time span of approximately event is addressed to the students of Italian language of the various universities and to the Italian students in general. Univ. Vermont, Antonello.Borra@ Univ. Rhode Island, Umass Boston, Northeestem Univ.,> Brandeis Univ., serving@> Assumption College,> SPONSORS: The Educational Office of the Italian Consulate in Boston and The Department of Italian Studies of the Universities (see above). of contemporary two months. The Saturday, October I STATE OF THE DISCIPLINE: ITALIAN STUDIES IN THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY. 9.30 AM - 3.30 PM. The first symposium, organized by Wellesley College in 2009, began a tradition of periodically examining the state of Italian Studies in the USA. This year, the symposium will host speakers from different academic and educational institutions who will present papers addressing the state of the discipline, including its present and future directions. Registration required. Refreshments will be served. SPONSORS: The Department of Italian Studies at Wellesley College, the Educational Office of the Italian Consulate in Boston, and MITA (Massachusetts Italian Teachers Association) LOCATION: Lulu Wang Student Center, Room 413, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA COORDINATOR: Professor Ravia Laviosa, Saturday, October I RECONCILIATION SERVICE FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL. 11:00 AM. Father Jack Izzo, SJ, will be conducting a Reconciliation Service for the BENEFIT of ALL. All are welcome to attend. SPONSOR: St. Joseph's Society LOCATION: St. Joseph's Society, 467 Hanover Street, (North End), Boston, MA COORDINATOR: St. Joseph's Society Event Staff, 617-923-8101 Saturday, October I BEVERLY RICHARDS PAGEANT. 1:00 PM. Pageant to select a Miss & Mr. East Boston for 2016 Columbus Day Parade. Light refreshmnets. SPONSOR: Columbus Day Parade Committee LOCATION: Veronica Robles Cultural Center, 175 McClellan Highway, East Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Buddy Mangini, 857-615-2549 Saturday, October I DINNER DANCE. 6:00 PM. Participants may dress in costume if so desired. Buffet dinner by Henry's Catering, dancing to the music of Alan LaBella, raffles, and prizes. $35 per person. SPONSOR: Figli D'ltalia Lodge #2692 LOCATION: Knights of Columbus Hall, 1 K of C Drive, Saugus, MA COORDINATOR: Janis Stanziani, 781-595-6100, jaal Sunday, October 2 COLUMBUS DAY MASS. 8:30 AM. Mass celebrated to honor Columbus Day. Light collation after Mass. SPONSOR: Columbus Day Parade Committee LOCATION: Sacred Heart Church, 303 Paris Street, 857-615-2549 East Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Buddy Mangini, Sunday, October 2 CELEBRATION OF THE MASS. 11:00 AM. Mass to be celebrated by Bishop Uglietto and Fr. Jack Izzo, SJ. All are welcome to attend. SPONSOR: St. Joseph's Society LOCATION: St. Stephen's Church, Hanover Street, (North End), Boston, MA COORDINATOR: St. Joseph's Society Event Staff, 617-923-8101 Sunday, October 2 A MUSICAL CONCERT "ITALIAN AMERICAN STYLE." 7:00 PM. Concert will be featuring Pei-Wen Liao, Violin Virtuoso; NEMPAC Singers; Street Magic; Ray Cavicchio & Sharon Z; and the Tom La Mark Orchestra. Also, a Musical Achievement Award will be presented to Ron Della Chiesa, host of Stnctly Sinatra and MusicAmenca; Voice of the BSO, Boston Pops, and Tanglewood. SPONSORS: St. Joseph's Society and Sons of Italy LOCATION: Quincy High School Auditorium, 100 Coddington Street, Quincy, MA COORDINATORS: St. Joseph's Society Event Staff, 617-923-8101, Dr. Dean Saluti, 617-285-6565, djsaluU -- Contact Coordinators for free tickets. Monday, October 3 INVITATION TO LEARN ITALIAN IN WAKEFIELD FROM C.A.S.IT. 6:30-8:00 PM. Level 1 and Level 2 are offered as well as private lessons day or evening for 10 sessions. Classes are taught by native speakers who will prepare you for travel, speaking, or writing "la dolce lingua." SPONSOR: C.A.S.IT., Inc. LOCATION: 37 Water Street, Unit #4, Wakefield MA COORDINATORS: Stephen Maio, 781-640-3637, or M.Gioconda Motta, 617-939-4216 Tuesday, October 4 ITALIAN BOOK NIGHT AT BROCKTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 6:30 PM. Author Rosalind Cushera will give a presentation on her book Joumey from San Rocco. Autographed books will be available for purchase. Italian themed literature, films, and children's books purchased through the sixth annual donation to the Library from the Brockton Lodge will be on display. Light Refreshments. Free to attend. SPONSOR: Christopher Columbus Lodge #216 LOCATION: Brockton Public Library, 304 Main Street, Brockton, MA COORDINATOR: Jacquelyn Bonarrigo, 508-584-9450, Wednesday, October 5 SENIOR SPAGHETFI LUNCHEON. 12 Noon. Spaghetti Luncheon with entertainment by =The Senior Tones." SPONSOR: Columbus Day Parade Committee LOCATION: Spinelli's, 292 Bennington Street, Day Square, East Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Buddy Mangini, 857-615-2549 Wednesday, October 5 PIRANDELLO LYCEUM ANNUAL MEETING. 6:00 PM. Election of new president, some officers and governors. Light collation. Free to members and guests. SPONSOR: Pirandello Lyceum LOCATION: North End Boston Branch Library, 25 Parmenter Street, (North End), Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Dorothy Maio, 781-245-6536 Wednesday, October 5 ITALIAN HERITAGE MONTH FILM SERIES The lOth Victim (La Decima Vittima). 7:00 PM. Some people like violence so much that they decide to create a club in which human hunts are organized in a game called Big Hunt -- members being alternately hunters, and prey, until they end up dead. The winner of each round is awarded with a prize and the survivor after ten rounds wins a one million dollar award (in 1965). When the American huntress Caroline Meredith completes her ninth round, she comes to Rome to kill her tenth victim. Marcello Poletti is her target and he falls in love with her and he is reluctant to kill her. Cast: Marcello Mastroianni, Ursula Andress, and Elsa Martinelli. This movie is: Action, Sci-Fi. Director: Elio Petri. Language: Italian (English Subtitles). 1965, NR, 1 h32m. FREE (must pre-register). SPONSOR: West End Museum LOCATION: West End Museum, 150 Staniford Street, Boston COORDINATOR: Duane Lucia, Curator West End Museum, 617-723-2125 (Office), 617-416-0718 (Cell), Friday, October 7 FOOD & WINE PAIRING EVENT FUNDRAISER. 6:00 to 9:00 PM. There will be four food stations, wine tasting and pairing advice. $40 per person. SPONSORS: Italian Heritage Month Committee in Collaboration with Wine Empire and Wolf Meadow Farm LOCATION: Dante Alighieri Society, 41 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA COORDINATOR: Ling Rullo, 617-447-0598, rullol @hotmailcom Friday, October 7 COLUMBUS PARADE BANQUET. 6:30 PM. Dinner Banquet for Columbus Day Parade and Chief Marshal Joseph Ruggiero. person. SPONSOR: Columbus Day Parade Committee LOCATION: Spinelli's, 292 Bennington Street, Day Square, East Boston, 857-615-2549 Entertainment by Alan LaBella. $40 per MA COORDINATOR: Buddy Mangini, For further information about Italian Heritage Month visit Not to be reproduced without the permission of the Post-Gazette