How is Women's Day celebrated in Italy?

Mar 08, 2017 922

On Saturday, March 11, Join Elisabetta this Saturday, from 9:30 to 11:00 AM at the The Italian Cultural Center of Minneapolis/St. Paul to discuss and learn more about how Women's Day is celebrated in Italy while enjoying a traditional Italian breakfast. Colazione all'italiana includes traditional Italian coffee, Italian breakfast staples – pane, burro e marmellata – along with some dolcetti.

Italian native Elisabetta Re will lead the group in a casual conversation format intended to be a very informal class aimed at Italian students of all proficiency levels. This class will offer the opportunity to practice the Italian phrases you know, learn new ones and improve your comprehension skills – all in a laid back atmosphere.

Elisabetta Re was born in Monferrato, Piemonte, land of good wine and food. She studied law in Torino. She worked for many years as a social worker with elderly people and young people in distressful situations. Elisabetta has three sons and has lived in the US for three years. She is in love with Italy, its culture, its beauty, its history and its food. REGISTER HERE

SOURCE: Italian Cultural Center of Minneapolis/St. Paul

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