Il Circolo, the Italian Cultural Society, rang in its 44th annual affair with a theme of Celebrazione delle Donne. The sold-out dinner dance featured music from Gino DeMarco’s band, concert pianists Sergio and Barbara Salani, tenor Carlos De Antonis
Il Circolo, The Italian Cultural Society, greeted guests and members at a lively luncheon enhanced by camaraderie, music and take-home gifts. It marked the start of the 2019-20 season. A highlight of the event was the attendance of five Florida Atlan
Il Circolo participated in its first such festival, which featured a spaghetti-eating contest without forks. Guests came to enjoy food, laughter and all things Italian. The organization is already gearing up for the next one. RIGHT: Marco Capoccia an
Il Circolo, The Italian Cultural Society, celebrated the cuisine of Milano and all things old country during the gathering. Trio Pulcinella, an entertainment group, circled the tables and sang familiar folk songs. More than 110 guests attended. RIGHT
Il Circolo, the Italian Cultural Society, had its first event of the season in celebration of Italian Heritage Month. A gathering of 80-plus enjoyed dinner al fresco. Spirited music entertained diners who joined in singing and dancing. Throughout the
Il Circolo members enjoyed an afternoon of eating, learning, music and sports, including a cooking demonstration, to mark the establishment of a new scholarship fund in the culinary arts. The 100 attendees watched the preparation of pasta alla vodka
The Italian Cultural Society’s regional dinner was arranged by chairs Rose De Angelis and Regina Peters. They and café owners Francesco Blanco and Fabrizio Giorgi planned a typical meal with wines you would enjoy in Bologna. Entertainment was provide
Il Circolo, the Italian Cultural Society, had more than 120 guests for its annual Christmas party. Music by Gino De Marco with a special appearance by tenor Carlos De Antonis accompanied the feast. Among the guests were Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Dion
Il Circolo, the Italian Cultural Society, raised more than $30,000 for earthquake victims in Italy, as well as for scholarships for local students, at the gala. After a cocktail hour with a Tuscan antipasto in the Mediterranean Ballroom, the 250-plus
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