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f Page8 POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 Wednesday, October7 2015 O tober Sta[ia. ritag Month Calendar of Events THE BOSTON MOLASSES FLOOD. 6:30 PM. A disaster in the Italian neighborhood of the North End; The Great Molasses Flood of 1919, Boston's version of Pompeii, surely ranks as one of the city's worst disasters. The company owning the tank steadfastly blamed Italian anarchists. In the end, 21 people were reported dead, the youngest a 10-year-old Italian schoolboy. Please join us as Mr. Horrigan recounts this iconic part of Italian-American experience with a slide show and lecture. Sponsor: North End Branch Library, Boston Public Library Location: 25 Parmenter Street, Boston, MA Coordinator: Susan Voloshin, 617-227-8135, svoloshin @ bpl.org Wednesday, October 7 MOVIE: Haymarket. 7:00 PM. Historic New England and The West End Museum present Haymarket, a documentary film directed by Justin Goodstein and produced by Historic New England with the Haymarket Pushcart Association. Since the 1830s, Boston's Haymarket has served a constant stream of Iongtime residents, newly- arrived immigrants, students, and tourists. Despite economic downturns, the advent of the supermarket, and massive construction projects from the Central Artery to the Big Dig, the Haymarket continues to be an economically vital and colorful gathering place for the city. The Haymarket film uses photographs and oral history interviews with workers, shoppers, fans, and historians to tell the story of this beloved marketplace. Following the screening, there will be a discussion about Haymarketwith filmmaker and photographer Justin Goodstein and Kenneth C. Turino, manager of community engagement and exhibitions at Historic New England. Stars: Haymarket Pushcart Association. Documentary. 2015, NR, 30 minutes, Language: English. $10 ($5 HNE & WEM members). SPONSOR: West End Museum LOCATION: West End Museum, 150 Staniford Street, Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Duane Lucia, Curator, 617-416-0718, http://thewestendmuseum.org/ Saturday, October 10 Saturday, October 10 PIRANDELLO LYCEUM ANNUAL MEETING. 10:00AM-12 NOON. Short business meeting to highlight past events, plan future activities and vote on Board of Governors. Business meeting to be followed by presentation by Nicola Orichuia, Regional Editor, Bostoniano. Cafe e Biscotti will be served. Free to members and friends of the Pirandello. Public is invited. SPONSOR: Pirandello Lyceum LOCATION: East Boston Branch, Boston Public Library, 365 Bremen Street, East Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Steve Maio, 781-640-3637 COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE Scenes presented by the troupe, Pazzi Lazzi. 1:00 PM. Pazzi Lazzi is a professional COMMEDIA DELL 'ARTE troupe native to the Boston area. The company strives both to educate and entertain their audience. Commedia Dell'arte Italian comedy of the 16th to 18th centuries improvised from standard- ized situations and stock characters. SPONSOR: North End Branch Library, Boston Public Library LOCATION: 25 Parmenter Street, Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Susan Voloshin, 617-227-8135, svoloshin @ bpl.org Saturday, October 10 INCONTRO MEDAGLIA D'ORO 2015 -FAA / USA. 6:30 PM. Award to be given to Laura Benedetti, professor of Italian, Georgetown University and also an accomplished author. Scholarship to be given to a deserving student, and a donation to help fund an Italian Language School. Full dinner and dance. $70 per person. SPONSOR: Federation of Abruzzi Associations, Inc., USA LOCATION: FUippo's, 238 Causeway Street, Boston's North End COORDINATOR: Rosetta Romagnoli, 857-919-2730; Domenico Susi, 617-605-5099 Saturday, October 10 AMERICA'S TENOR MICHAEL AMANTE. 8:00 PM. Michael Amante is a celebrated American singer and stage actor whose voice and presence has captivated audiences and critics around the world. He sings a repertoire that ranges from Broadway, American Standards, Gospel and Jazz to the soaring notes of High Opera. He has been called "The People's Tenor," been billed as "The Prince of High C's," and even "The Next Mario Lanza" by singing legend Tony Bennett. He has received praise from singing icons Luciano Pavarotti and Franco Corelli for his natural tenor range. In 2001 Michael secured a recording contract with RCANictor records and his debut recording of classical songs and arias placed him as the number one artist in Billboard Magazine's classical charts in 2002. His self-titled PBS television special was nominated for a r~gional Emmy Award. $40.00 for General Admission and $60.00 for VIP. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the St. R0cco Association of Malden. SPONSOR: Catch a Rising Star and St. Rocco's of Malden LOCATION: Jenkins Auditorium, 77 Salem Street, Malden, MA TICKET SALE INFORMATION Tickets available at www.catcharisingstar.com Sunday, October 11 Monday, October 12 CITY OFBOSTON - NORTH END COLUMBUS DAY PARADE. 1:00 PM. Features a mix of marching brass bands, military units and Colonial .militias, Italian-Boston organizations, floats, politicians, and much more. Parade starts at City Hall Plaza (Cambridge Street, between New Sudbury and Court Street), right onto New Sudbury Street, right onto Congress Street, left onto State Street, left onto Atlantic Avenue, proceed down to Commercial Street; left onto Battery Street, left onto Hanover Street (viewing stand at Paul Revere Mall / Prado), right onto Cross Street, and right onto Endicott Street. Ends at Endicott and Causeway Streets (Keeney Square). SPONSOR: North End Columbus Day Committee LOCATION: Boston, MA COLUMBUS DAY INVITATIONAL. 8:00 AM registration. Golf Tourney proceeds to support the Italian Home for Children and the National Italian American Founda- tion. -Buffet breakfast and dinner after golf. Sponsorship packages: Dinner $150. Corp Hole Sponsor $250. Bronze Foursome Sponser $1,500, Silver Sponsor $2,500, Gold / Premium Sponsor $5,0.00. SPONSOR: Italian Home for Children, RMD Inc. LOCATION: Hopkinton Country Club, 204 Saddle Hill Road, Hopkinton, MA COORDINATOR: Suzanne Delaney, sdelaney@ rmd-inc.net Monday, October12 Monday, October 12 CITY OF REVERE COLUMBUS DAY PARADE. 1:00 PM: The Columbus Day Parade will feature four Divisions; 20 plus bands; participating civic groups; antique cars, and the USAF Presidential Honor Guard from Washington, DC. Parade starts on Broadway close to the Revere / Chelsea city line near Cronin Ice Skating Rink and ends on Revere Street. Reviewing stand located at St. Anthony's Church on Revere Street. SPONSOR: City of Revere / Revere Chamber of Commerce / Revere Veterans Council LOCATION: Revere, MA COORDINATOR: Buddy Mangini, 857-615-2549 BOCCE & SPAGHETTI. 3:00 PM. Open Bocce available on four courts starting at 3:00 PM, followed by cocktails at 6:00 PM, dinner at 6:30 PM, 50/50 raffle and brief outline of coming Lodge events. $15.00 per person. SPONSOR: Peter B. Gay Lodge #540 LOCATION: Cultural Center/Taunton Lodge of Elks, 775 John Quincy Adams Blvd, Myles Standish Ind Pk, Taunton, MA COORDINATOR: Richard Simmons, 508-930-2898, richardsimmons60@verizon.net Monday, October 12 EVENING OF ITALIAN SONG. 5:30-8:30 PM. Favorite Italian songs of the many regions of Italy. Also a tribute to our many great Italian-American singers such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Perry Como and Connie Francis. Music by Enzo Amara. Bring your voices and join in the singing. Delicious Italian buffet dinner provided by Filippo. $30.00 per person. Make check payable to Pirandello Lyceum, P.O. Box 565, East Boston, MA 02128. SPONSOR: Pirandello Lyceum LOCATION: Filippo's, 238 Causeway Street, Boston's North End COORDINATOR: Dorothy Maio, 781-245-6536; Nicolane Ciano, 617-354-9400 Tuesday, October 13 ITALIAN BOOK NIGHT AT BROCKTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 6:30 PM. A reception celebrating Italian Heritage Month by displaying Italian themed literature, films, and children's books purchased through the fourth annual donation to the Library from the Brockton Christopher Columbus Lodge #216. Light Refreshments. Free. SPONSOR: Brockton Christopher Columbus Lodge #216 LOCATION: Brockton Public Library, 304 Main Street, Brockton, MA COORDINATOR: Jacquelyn Bonarrigo, 508-584-9450, jbonarrigo@yahoo.com Wednesday, October 14 Wednesday, October 14 MOVIE: Perlasca: The Courage of a JustMan (Perlasca: Un eroe italiano). 7:00 PM. The real story of Giorgio Perlasca (Luca Zingaretti). During the 1920s, he was an Italian Fascist supporter fighting in Africa and in the Spanish civil war where he deserved a safe conduct for Spanish embassies. After some years, disillusioned by fascism, he is a fresh supplier for the Italian Army. In the war years he is in Budapest for his business. He lives an easy life there, well introduced into the Hungarian high society, without any problem coming from the war situation. When the Nazi's occupied Hungary, in 1944, instead to leave (Italy had already surrendered to the Allies) he escaped to the Spanish embassy in Budapest using his old safe conduct and becoming a Spanish citizen, changing name into Jorge Pedasca. He starts working as a diplomat here. When Sanz Briz (Geza Tordy), the Spanish consul, is removed, Perlasca immediately substitutes him, like if he was officially appointed from Spanish authorities. All the Nazi, the Hungarian authorities believe him. In his new fake assignment, he starts immediately to hide, shield and feed a lot of Jews (thousands!) issuing Spanish (fake of course) safe conducts for the Jews of Sephardic origin. He is in contact with another Hero of that tirtte, Raoul Wallenberg. The two, together with other volunteers, running incredible risks had saved thousands of Hungarian Jews from a tragic death. Incredibly Perlasca succeeded to save two boys directly from the hands of Adolf Eichmann at the train station. This hero, after the war, was completely forgotten, and his story comes out just in the 1980s because some of the Hungarian Jews wanted to meet him again. Cast: Luca Zingaretti. This movie is: Biographical Drama / History. Director: Alberto Negrin. FREE (must pre-register). 2002, NR, .104 min, Language: Italian (English Subtitles). SPONSOR: West End Museum LOCATION: West End Museum, 150 Staniford Street, Boston, MA COORDINATOR: Duane Lucia, Curator, 617-416-0718, http://thewestendmuseum.org/ Sounds of Italy Presents CHIARA ClVELLO. 8:00 PM. Sounds of Italy Festival is back. The only Italian concert series that promotes music and musicians from the "Bel Paese" in New England, Italian singer, piano player and songwriter Chiara Civello will be opening the Sounds of Italy second edition with a new album Canzoni, a tribute to the most popular Italian songs. SPONSOR: Sounds of Italy LOCATION: Scullers Jazz Club, Doubletree Suites by Hilton Hotel Boston - Cambridge, 400 Soldiers Field Road, AIIston, MA COORDINATOR: Stefano Marchese, Sounds of Italy Artistic Director, 1-857-334-0868, info@stefanomarchese.org Thursday, October 15to Thursday, October 22 THE ARLINGTON INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. Eight days and more than 100 films from around the wodd! Italian Films to be screened: Sculptures that Lost the Sense of Time - October 15 at 1:40 PM; Closed Sea - October 15 at 5:15 PM; Vorrel Che Fosse Notte - October 20 at 9:15 PM; Cloro - October 20 at 9:15 PM. For more information and schedule, visit www.AIFFest.org LOCATION: Kendall Square Cinema, Binney Street, Cambridge, MA COORDINATOR: Buddy Mangini, 857-615-2549 Friday, October 16 SPAGHETTI SUPPER. 5:30 PM. Menu: Spaghetti, meatballs, salad, garlic bread, and dessert prepared by members. Cash bar available. $9.00 per person. SPONSOR: Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli Lodge #2183 LOCATION: Knights of Columbus Hall, 112 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, MA COORDINATOR: Charlie DeStefano, 978-404-6777, deltasuv@gmaU.com Saturday, October 17 HERITAGE MONTH DINNER DANCE. 6:30 PM. A celebration of October Italian Heritage Month. Dinner and Dancing. $35.00 per person. SPONSOR: Grand Lodge of Massachusetts LOCATION: Sons of Italy, 117 Swanton" Street, Winchester, MA COORDINATOR: Grand Lodgeof Massachusetts, 617-489-5234, pguida@osiama.org Saturday, October 17 COMEDY NIGHT. 7:00 PM. Refreshments and cash bar. $20.00 per person. SPONSOR: Stella Del Nord Lodge #1436 and Quincy Men's Lodge #1295 LOCATION: DiPlacido, 617-694-3250, mbertoldi @quincyma.gov or John DeCarli, 617-773-1295 Sons of Italy, 120 Quarry Street, Quincy, MA COORDINATOR: Michelle Sunday, October 18 WEST END ANNUAL DINNER DANCE. 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM. DJ Butchie DeFraia, Raso's Catering and surprises. $40.00 per person. SPONSOR: West End Museum LOCATION: Malden Idsh American Club, 177 West Street, Malden, MA COORDINATOR: Duane Lucia, office 617-723-2125, http://thewestendmuseum.org/ Curator, 617-416-0718,