May 17, 2019 at 9:12 am #843EfasceAdminKeymaster
Enclosed please find our 13th EFASCE di Philadelphia newsletter (for 2019-05). We hope you enjoy learning more about our organization, Italian traditions, and your fellow members. This year we are highlighting Famous Friulans!
We welcome any news you would like to share with your fellow Friulans as well as any feedback on how EFASCE can improve. We are always looking for ideas and volunteers. Please contact a board member to see how you can get involved!
Please join us at the Venetian Social Club
Sunday, May 19th, 2019, 2-4 pm
to welcome guest speaker
from Toronto, Canada.
Vanessa will speak about her Ph.D. thesis entitled
“Hold on and Stay Connected.” An Italian Immigrant Presence in Canada:
Friulian Identity and Cultural Preservation, 1932-1990.
This event is free to attend – an RSVP to email@example.com or Lisa at 215-247-1393 would be greatly appreciated.
Vanessa’s family is from the region of Friuli Venezia-Giulia, Italy. Her maternal side is from San Giovanni di Casarsa, San Giorgio della Richinvelda, and Rauscedo, while the paternal side is from Fagnigola and Panigai (Pravisdomini), which are located a short distance from the city of Pordenone. She is heavily involved with Famee Furlane Toronto in her capacity as President of young social group the “20-Somethings.”
Vanessa is studying 20th-century Canadian history, with an emphasis on immigration. Her dissertation focuses on Northern Italian immigrant roles within the communities they built in Canada in a pre and post WWII context, with a particular focus on cultural transmission and associational involvement. Vanessa completed her Honours BA and Masters in History at York University and is currently completing her Ph.D. at McMaster University.
Please note that also on May 19th, the Chestnut Hill Business Association will be holding their annual Home and Garden Festival from 11am-4pm, closing parts of Germantown Avenue. Please arrive early to park in the Venetian Club’s Lot off Roanoke Street, or be prepared that you may need to walk a block or two.
Lisa A. Roman
President, EFASCE di Philadelphia
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