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Associazione Lucchesi nel Mondo to hold semiannual dinner dance on June 27

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When: Saturday, June 27, 2015 — 6:30 p.m. Where: Sons of Italy, 117 Swanton St., Winchester MA On Saturday, June 27, 2015 the local chapter of Associazione Lucchesi nel Mondo will sponsor our semiannual Dinner/Dance at the Sons of Italy Hall in Winchester. Music by Angelo Coviello. The menu, catered by Oliva’s, will include an assortment of antipasti, two entrées, side dishes and dessert. As on previous occasions, those who wish to do so may contribute a dessert item of their choice. As always, the goal of the Dinner/Dance will be the reunion of friends with good food, entertainment and ...

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Spreading the Italian Language – Sabrina Amadei

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Verona native Sabrina Amadei has been teaching Italian language and culture from her home for over 20 years.

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Lucia Bellotti Combines Art and Fashion in ‘Van Vogue’

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Winchester-based artist Lucia Bellotti recently brought to life her new concept “Van Vogue,” combining pictorial art and fashion. Alongside her artistic partner Gabriella Ruggieri, Bellotti displayed several paintings featuring models and Vogue magazine covers at Runway Couture Boutique in Winchester. Real life models were also present at the event, showing off dresses captured on canvas by the native of Bari, Puglia. “We are currently working on the second edition of Van Vogue, to be held this summer at Martha’s Vineyard,” says Bellotti. The exhibition’s name, she likes to point out, was an idea of her husband, drummer and Berklee College ...

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Italian with Sabrina – Teaching is Her Passion

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Want to learn Italian? Whom better to learn from than a native speaker with a passion for teaching and a love for Italy. Sabrina Amadei has been teaching Italian for thirty years and has her own Italian language school in Winchester, Massachusetts. Sabrina grew up in Verona, Italy. She started her career in teaching when, at age 14, she taught ballet to thirty children three times a week during the summer. At the end of the summer, she organized a performance for her students. Attended by the parents, the well-received show included photographers, musicians to play during the intermission, and ...

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