• The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii, venues, and participants comply with the latest guidance for group gatherings.
  • Registration for events that have been confirmed is open  (you will see an option to register next to the event if it is open). 
  • In order to ensure compliance with the latest guidelines for group gatherings, registration will open for all other events closer to the date of the event. 
Grazie di cuore!

    • 3 Nov 2020
    • 5:30 PM (HAST)
    • 22 Dec 2020
    • 7:00 PM (HAST)
    • Online, Zoom
    • 15
    Register


    INSTRUCTOR: 
    Originally from Napoli (Italy), Iole Marinelli is a Substitute Teacher in K-12 grades with the Hawaii Department of Education (Windward District). She has taught Italian and Spanish in various schools, including at Waimanalo School After School Program, Saint Anthony School of Kailua, and Kailua Elementary After School Program. Iole holds a MA in Foreign Languages and Literatures and a Teaching Certification in English for secondary education from Italy. She speaks five languages and is the Italian Representative on the Executive Board of the Hawaii Association of Language Teachers. In her former career, Iole was a Contract Specialist with the US Naval Base Headquarter in Napoli for 14 years, where she was responsible for the contract negotiations in Europe and South West Asia. She likes to cook, to travel, and to watch movies with her son Gabriele and husband Erik.

    LEVELS:

    • Beginner Level 1 only. For students who have no or minimal grasp of the Italian language—we’ll cover up to chapter 3 of the book Prego (half chapter per week).

    BOOK:
    "Prego!" 6th Edition, available online for $5 and up (used). Other editions are fine to use as well, but you may have a hard time finding correspondent pages.

    ZOOM:
    Registered students will receive a unique link prior to class. Please setup your Zoom and familiarize with its features. You can review its short video tutorials (e.g., join a meeting, configuring audio/video, meeting controls, sharing screen, breakout rooms, more topics) or full training (e.g., Zoom for education).

    LEARNING APPROACH:
    Students review assigned grammar and exercises at home ahead of time, so class time is used to clarify questions, do a couple of exercises, and especially read and speak together.

    REGISTRATION:

    • Members: Login in order to receive discounted pricing (directions for Logging In).
    • Your guests (must also be members): If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    NOTE:
    The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    QUESTIONS:
    Please contact info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 10 Dec 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (HAST)
    • Online, Zoom
    Register


    Please consider a donation at http://friendsofitalyhawaii.org/Donate

    Talk: Dr. Tamara Albertini will offer a richly illustrated lecture on Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio, 1483-1520) in commemoration of his death's 500th anniversary. The presentation will explore well-known masterpieces like “The School of Athens,” comment on less-known work as the “Portrait of a Young Man” lost in WWII, and end with newly discovered frescoes unveiled in the Vatican Museums earlier this year.

    Presenter: Dr. Tamara Albertini is a Swiss-American Professor and Chair of Philosophy at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, specializing in Renaissance and Islamic thought. Dr. Albertini has a Lic.phil. from the University of Basel (Switzerland) and a Dr.phil. from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich (Germany). She is a Fulbright scholar and the recipient of numerous national and international awards.

    Film: For a background on Raphael, enjoy the free screening of "Raphael: The Lord of the Arts" any time between December 4 at 6pm and December 6 at 9:50am (PST). Access here.

    Zoom: Registered students will receive a unique link prior to class. Please setup your Zoom and familiarize with its features. You can review its short video tutorials (e.g., join a meetingconfiguring audio/videomeeting controlsmore topics) or full training (e.g., Zoom for education).

    Note: The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs below; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    Questions: Please contact info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 12 Dec 2020
    • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM (HAST)
    • Brick Fire Tavern, 3447 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu
    • 13
    Register


    Join us for a wine tasting with appetizers at the Brick Fire Tavern in Kaimuki! Enjoy a selection of special WINES and ANTIPASTI from the Amalfi region, including four wines and:

    • Bresaola carpaccio, arugula, shaved parmesan
    • Montanara, Piennollo style tomato, Mediterranean anchovy
    • Grilled focaccia, house lemon ricotta, honey, hazelnuts

    You will learn about each winery and region of origin, and ask any questions you may have. 

    Owner Matt Resich studied the art of pizza making under renowned master pizzaiolo Enzo Coccia in Naples. Brick Fire Tavern is the only restaurant on Oahu with the Vera Pizza Napoletana (VPN) certification.

    RSVP: Required by Saturday December 5.

    Parking: Rear parking lot, meter street parking, and two municipal lots between 11th, 12th, and Harding Avenue.

    Members: Login in order to receive discounted pricing (directions for Logging In).

    Your guests: Will automatically be assigned the non-member fee. If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    Safety policy: All participants will comply with the latest guidance for group gatherings: Please wear a mask, you can remove it when seated, refrain from standing, sit at the assigned tables according to social distance and limited number.

    Note: The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    Questions: Email us at info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 18 Dec 2020
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (HAST)
    • Zoom
    Register



    Join us at home with your own wine tasting party (up to five people) or just come for the presentation by the respected wine importer Dalla Terra. Dalla Terra specializes in imports from family vineyards in Italy.

    Rupert Billins will be presenting from San Francisco; he is an expert on Italian wines and will take you on a journey through Italy’s wine growing regions. Mr. Billins will have a cheese and salumi recommendation or create your own feast!

    We hope this is the beginning of a series that will include presentations directly from Italy.

    This overview of Italian wines will include four selections:

    • Marco Felluga Pinot Grigio 2018: $18-19 
    • Inama Soave Classico 2019: $17-18
    • Selvapiana Chianti Rufina 2017: $18-19
    • Masseria Li Veli Primitivo 2018: $16-17 

    Wine order: Wine to be purchased at retailer.

    Wine pickup: As part of the registration, we will be taking orders for pickup at Tamura’s on Waialae or in Kailua; you can order a set of four or select just the ones you want. You can pick it up between December 14 and December 17. 

    Presentation fee: $10/members and $15/non-members.

    RSVP: Required by December 10.

    Zoom: Registered guests will receive a unique link prior to the wine tasting. Please setup your Zoom and familiarize with its features. You can review its short video tutorials (e.g., join a meetingconfiguring audio/videomeeting controlsmore topics) or full training (e.g., Zoom for education).

    Presenter: Rupert Billins, Southwest Regional Manager, Dalla Terra, CA, NM, AZ, HI
    Rupert Billins is on a constant quest to find the most aromatic, mineral infused, higher acid wines possible. Based in San Francisco, CA, Rupert has been in the wine industry for twenty-five years, with a nearly ten-year experience with Dalla Terra. Born and raised in England, Rupert moved to the United States after completing a BA in Theatre Arts at Leeds University. Rupert has held various roles in the wine industry, including as an import specialist at distributors Wine Warehouse and Southern Wine and Spirits. A Certified Wine Educator, Rupert has travelled to all of the wine regions of the world, but will always avow the supremacy of Italian food, wine and culture. Rupert can be found foraging for fungi and seafood on the Northern California coast.

    Dalla Terra: Dalla Terra is one of this year’s nominees for Importer of the Year for Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s 2020 Wine Star Awards, the publication’s annual awards program that recognizes individuals and companies that have made outstanding achievements in the world of wine and beverage alcohol. This is the second time Dalla Terra has received this prestigious nomination, the first being in 2009.

    Wine tasting selection:

    • Marco Felluga Pinot Grigio 2018
      One of the most interesting hotbeds of white-wine production in Italy is Collio Goriziano, a stretch of the hilly border of Friuli with Slovenia. Good growing conditions for white grape varieties, a penchant for experimentation, and talented winemakers combine to put this out-of-the-way area on the wine map. Two of the top producers in Collio are the Marco Felluga winery and Russiz Superiore, both of which are now under the leadership of winemaker Roberto Felluga (and both of which are imported by Dalla Terra). 
    • Inama Soave Classico 2019
      Mount Foscarino, a dormant volcano now covered with grapevines. In the 1960s, Giuseppe Inama began buying up small vineyard plots on this peak in the heart of the Soave Classico zone, and as a result, the Inama winery today owns most of the vineyards on Mount Foscarino. Giuseppe Inama saw the great potential of these old, traditional vineyards at a time when others were more intent on producing larger quantities in the plains for inexpensive exports. At a distance, it is easy to spot the crenellated walls and towers of Soave Castle as it keeps watch over the town. In the foreground are Inama’s tidy vigneti di Foscarino (Foscarino vineyards). And to the left, over the vineyards and across a broad valley, are a set of hills that are the home of Inama’s other project. These hills—the Colli Berici—are composed of iron-rich terra rossa, a soil type that is prized worldwide as being ideal for growing red winegrapes, and indeed this is where Inama gets its red wines.
    • Selvapiana Chianti Rufina 2017
      Selvapiana is among the best-known and most respected of the two dozen growers in Rùfina—the smallest subzone of Chianti—and as it happens is also one of only two wineries to produce wine from the tiny Pomino DOC. The Selvapiana winery, like all of Chianti Rùfina, lies close to the Sieve River, a tributary of the Arno upriver from Florence. The air is cooler and cleaner here than in the city, which is why these hills have long been a retreat for aristocrats escaping Florence’s summer heat. During the Renaissance, one noble Florentine family constructed the Selvapiana residence by enlarging a medieval watchtower that was one of the outposts guarding Florence from invading enemies.

    • Masseria Li Veli Primitivo 2018
      The crumbling Masseria Li Veli was acquired in the late 19th century by Marchese Antonio de Viti de Marco (1858–1943), an important economist and professor who was influential in the theory of public finance in the Kingdom of Italy. In 1895, the masseria was restored to serve as a model wine cellar, demonstrating an ambitious concept for economic development for all of southern Italy. It stayed in operation until the 1950s.The masseria is once again functioning as an important winemaking facility, having been renovated and modernized into an up-to-date production center for the Li Veli wines. The Falvo family, former owners of the Avignonesi winery in Tuscany but with Puglian roots, purchased the masseria and its 128 acres of land in 1999 and breathed new life into de Viti de Marco’s project. The vision is to establish a new quality benchmark in the region, through both vineyard management and vinification.

    Members: Login in order to receive discounted pricing (directions for Logging In).

    Your guests: Will automatically be assigned the non-member fee. If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    Safety policy: All participants will comply with the latest guidance for group gatherings.

    Note: The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    Questions: Email us at info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 5 Jan 2021
    • 4:30 PM (HAST)
    • 23 Feb 2021
    • 9:00 PM (HAST)
    • 2500 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI 96817
    Register


    INSTRUCTOR:
    Chiara Logli is originally from Bologna (Italy) and holds a Ph.D. in international/cross-cultural education from the University of Hawaii and the East-West Center. Currently, she is the Institutional Assessment Specialist for the Honolulu Community College. In the past, she worked for various educational institutions, including the University of California, USAID, and the East-West Center. She also taught Italian language for the Dante Alighieri Society and the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco. She has studied five languages and worked in three continents. In her free time, she dances hula with Halau Kaulakahi, loves the ocean, and volunteers with Hoa ‘Aina o Makaha.

    LEVELS:

    • Beginner Level 1. For students who have no or minimal grasp of the Italian language—we’ll cover up to chapter 3 of the book Prego (half chapter per week).
    • Intermediate Level 2. For students who have mastered all grammar and vocabulary of Level 1—we’ll cover chapters 4-9 of the book Prego (a chapter per week).
    • Advanced Level 3. For students who have mastered all grammar and vocabulary of Level 2—we’ll cover from chapter 10 to the end of the book Prego (a chapter per week), focusing mainly on conversation.

    BOOK:
    "Prego!" 6th Edition, available online for $5 and up (used). Other editions are fine to use as well, but you may have a hard time finding correspondent pages.

    LEARNING APPROACH:
    Students review assigned grammar and exercises at home ahead of time, so class time is used to clarify questions, do a couple of exercises, and especially read and speak together.

    LOCATION:

    • First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, a beautiful historic home, with a lot of outdoor and indoor space.
    • All participants are expected to comply to the latest guidance for group gatherings.
    • If social gatherings will not be allowed, the class will take place via Zoom.

    PARKING:
    Free parking onsite

    REGISTRATION:

    • Members: Login in order to receive discounted pricing (directions for Logging In).
    • Your guests (must also be members): If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    NOTE:
    The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    QUESTIONS:
    Please contact info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 18 Jan 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM (HAST)
    • Online, Zoom
    Register


    Please consider a donation to Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii at http://friendsofitalyhawaii.org/Donate

    Join our first Caffe’ Letterario of the new year! Every other month we will choose a best seller by an Italian author, easily available in both Italian and English in the US.

    JANUARY BOOK:
    Under the patronage of the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco, the reading will be 
    L'Arminuta (A girl returned) 
    by Donatella Di Pietrantonio. 

    You can find the book in both Italian and English at the Pino Bookshop with a 15% discount to book club members (register to the Caffe’ Letterario and then email us to receive directions on how to secure the discount code).

    VIRTUAL READING CIRCLES:

    • In Italian: Tuesday January 12 at at 6:00-7:30pm (PST) by the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco. Please register here.
    • In English: Monday January 18 at 5:30-6:30 (HST) by the Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii. Please register on this page to receive a unique Zoom link.

    ZOOM:
    Registered guests will receive a unique link prior to class. Please setup your Zoom and familiarize with its features. You can review its short video tutorials (e.g., join a meeting, configuring audio/video, meeting controls, more topics) or full training (e.g., Zoom for education).

    REGISTRATION (MEMBERS ONLY):

    • Members: Free to members (directions for Logging In).
    • Your guests (must also be members): If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    QUESTIONS:
    Please contact info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 9 Mar 2021
    • 5:00 PM (HAST)
    • 27 Apr 2021
    • 8:00 PM (HAST)
    • 2500 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI 96817
    Register


    INSTRUCTOR:
    Daniela Rocco Minerbi pursued classic studies at the Liceo Classico Berchet, earned a Fifth Year Piano Diploma at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi, and obtained her Doctoral Degree in Architecture at the Polytechnical University in Milano. She taught Italian language and culture at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa (UHM) and Kapiolani Community College outreach programs. At UHM, she also taught Painting in Italian and co-taught in Psychology, Architecture, and Peace studies. Daniela has organized peace seminars and is the co-author of the book “Macrohistory and Macrohistorians: Perspectives on Individual, Social, and Civilizational Change” (Galtung et al., 1997). As an artist, she has won prizes and awards, has had art exhibitions, and has been curator of several art shows in both Italy and Hawaii. She loves to perform piano four hands and two pianos. Daniela provides consulting services in Architectural Design.

    LEVELS:

    • Beginner Level: For students who have no or minimal grasp of the Italian language—we’ll cover up to chapter 3 of the book Prego (half a chapter per week).
    • Intermediate Level: For students who have mastered all grammar and vocabulary of Level 1—we’ll cover chapters 4-9 of the book Prego (a chapter per week).

    BOOK: 
    "Prego!" 6th Edition, available online for $5 and up (used). Other editions are fine to use as well, but you may have a hard time finding correspondent pages.

    LEARNING APPROACH: 
    Students review assigned grammar and exercises at home ahead of time, so class time is used to clarify questions, do a couple of exercises, and especially read and speak together.

    LOCATION:

    • First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, a beautiful historic home, with a lot of outdoor and indoor space.
    • All participants are expected to comply to the latest guidance for group gatherings.
    • If social gatherings will not be allowed, the class will take place via Zoom.

    PARKING:
    Free parking onsite

    REGISTRATION:

    • Members: Login in order to receive discounted pricing (directions for Logging In).
    • Your guests (must also be members): If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    NOTE:
    The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    QUESTIONS:
    Please contact info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

    • 19 Jun 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (HAST)
    • La Pietra (Honolulu)

    Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is turning 30! Let’s celebrate together three decades of Italian love in Hawaii! There will be Italian food, music, singing, dancing, bocce, cooking demonstrations, art activities, traveling and language tips, special merchandise, and so much more!

    Menu: Authentic pizza, pasta, gnocchi, caprese salad, platters of cured meat/cheeses/breads, veggie/sausage BBQ, gelato. 

    Ticket includes: Everything, except wine ($5 per glass of wine, Italian treats for sale, silent auction).

    Dress code: Cocktail attire with Venetian mask or costumes from Commedia dell'Arte, Renaissance, Baroque, or your favorite Italian era. Diamond Head Theatre has a wonderful collection of costume rentals.

    Parking: Valet will be available for the first 100 cars. Please consider carpooling or Uber/Lift.

    Members: Login in order to receive discounted pricing (directions for Logging In).

    Your guests: Will automatically be assigned the non-member fee. If you want to register other members (including your Family Membership's spouse/children), you need to register each of them separately, under their own name and UNIQUE email (Note: Update your Family Membership account accordingly, if family names/emails are missing--Directions for Bundle Administrator Guide).

    Note: All participants are expected to comply to the latest guidance for group gatherings. The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

    Questions: Please contact info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.


    Non vediamo l'ora! We cannot wait!

Past events

21 Nov 2020 Wine tasting with appetizers: Il Tappo
19 Nov 2020 Lecture: Italian opera, UNESCO heritage (Free for all! Online)
15 Nov 2020 Contribute to our 30th anniversary cookbook! (members only)
9 Nov 2020 Caffe' Letterario: The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante
29 Oct 2020 Lecture: Living on the Moon and Mars (Free for all! Online)
18 Oct 2020 Aperitivo: Happy Hour (online)
23 Sep 2020 Annual meeting (online, members only)
20 Sep 2020 Game Night: Italian!
8 Sep 2020 Language class: Adults (members only)
1 Aug 2020 Aperitivo
11 Jul 2020 Dinner: Chef Testa's Gourmet Mediterranean Dining Experience
27 Jun 2020 Cooking class: Pizza
7 Mar 2020 Cooking class: Pasta cuts
27 Feb 2020 Lecture: Are there mermaids in Hawaiʻi and Sicily?
22 Feb 2020 Bocce and potluck: Carnevale!
30 Jan 2020 Dance class: Tarantella
25 Jan 2020 Lecture and tour: Dante's Divina Commedia
7 Jan 2020 Language Class: Adults
14 Dec 2019 Cena di Natale: Appetito (by Chef Hiro, Executive Chef of Taormina Sicilian Cuisine)
7 Dec 2019 Cooking class: Canederli (meat balls)
9 Nov 2019 Cooking class: Tiramisu'
9 Nov 2019 Language class: Children
9 Nov 2019 Art class: Painting in Italian
24 Oct 2019 Lecture: Marine explorations
19 Oct 2019 Bocce and potluck
5 Oct 2019 Cooking class: Risotto
28 Sep 2019 Lecture and tour: Firenze and its dome
10 Sep 2019 Language Class: Adults
7 Sep 2019 Cooking class: Limoncello
29 Aug 2019 Lecture: Learn from rocks how to defeat cancer
3 Aug 2019 Cooking class: Lasagne
17 Jul 2019 Party: Maserati Yacht--Benvenuti!
6 Jul 2019 Cooking class: Ravioli
8 Jun 2019 Cooking class: Ravioli
30 May 2019 Lecture: Cinematic connections
20 May 2019 Annual meeting and dinner: Outrigger Canoe Club
1 May 2019 Film and panel: Leonardo 500
20 Apr 2019 Community service: Hoa ʻĀina O Mākaha with Gigi
20 Apr 2019 Language class: Children
11 Apr 2019 Wine tasting: Flavors of Italy and Mediterraneo
6 Apr 2019 Cooking class: Biscotti
2 Apr 2019 Language class: Adults
28 Mar 2019 Lecture: Climate change--Hurricanes in the Mediterranean and Pacific
9 Mar 2019 Community service: Hoa ʻĀina O Mākaha with Gigi
23 Feb 2019 Cooking class: Gnocchi
31 Jan 2019 Lecture: Land that connects hearts
26 Jan 2019 Cooking class: Pizza
22 Jan 2019 Language class: Adults
14 Dec 2018 Cena di Natale: Vintage Cave Cafe'
23 Oct 2018 Language class: Adults
8 Sep 2018 Picnic: Kapiolani Park
18 Jul 2018 Lecture: Tarantella
15 Jun 2018 Film: Arrangiarsi: Pizza...and the art of living
16 May 2018 Annual meeting and dinner: Outrigger Canoe Club
24 Apr 2018 Dinner: Fête
17 Apr 2018 Italian class: Adults
4 Mar 2018 Brunch: Outrigger Canoe Club
11 Feb 2018 Concert: Hawaiian Aroma Caffe
10 Dec 2017 Cena di Natale: Cafe Julia
1 Dec 2017 Dinner: Brick Fire Tavern
18 Aug 2017 Wine tasting: Hawaii Loa Ridge
6 Aug 2017 Italian class: Adults
23 Jul 2017 Brunch: Outrigger Canoe Club
22 May 2017 Annual meeting and dinner: Outrigger Canoe Club
27 Apr 2017 Film: Fuocoammare (Fire at Sea)
19 Apr 2017 Film: La Pazza Gioia (Like Crazy)
14 Apr 2017 Film: Maurizio Cattelan--Be Right Back
6 Apr 2017 Concert and dinner: Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, Oahu Choral Society, Cafe Sistina
1 Apr 2017 Concert: Hawaii Symphony Orchestra
31 Mar 2017 Lunch: Sabrina's with JoAnn Falletta
18 Mar 2017 Concert and dinner: Hawaii Symphony Orchestra and Brick Fire Tavern
24 Feb 2017 Dinner: Baci Bistro
9 Feb 2017 Lecture: Italian Fencing
18 Dec 2016 Cena di Natale: Cafe Julia
14 Nov 2016 Cooking class: Pasta

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