Unlike some Italian
clubs, you can get out
of ours anytime you want.
In, fact the only membership
we offer is free. And you
don't have to join or be an
Italian to come to our events.
So don't be shy.
Because we're all family, here.
We host several events per year covering all different aspects of Italian culture.
Some of our past events have included pizza, pasta, espresso, dessert and wine tastings, Italian movie nights, visits to local shops and art galleries featuring Italian wares and artists.
We also a visited a Vespa shop where we were treated to a lecture on the history of the Vespa while we feasted on gelato from a local gelateria.
Our guest speakers included a CNN coorespondent and Leo Mazzone, former Braves pitching coach.
Amici díItalia is all about Italian culture, language, and food.
Attending the events, I am able to see different aspects of Italian-American life.
Iíve gone to simple wine and food tasting, saw visiting exhibits of Italian artists at the High, had a summer evening picnic while watching an Italian Film, went to a puppet show about Da Vinci, and spent a night at the opera.
Amici díItalia has a welcoming feeling at all their events.