Monthly Meeting and Cultural Presentation

Monthly Meeting and Cultural Presentation

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The business meeting starts at 7:00 p.m., followed by author Lisa Petrocelli. Many books have tried to give readers an idea of what it is like to live, eat, and breathe motorcycles, but “The Gloves Come Off” really delivers. These bikerographies come straight from the heart and that heart beats to the thunderous rhythm of a Harley-Davidson. In her book “The Heart of Rome,” Ms. Petrocelli’s character, Anna Padula, embarks on her third trip to Europe, along with her brother Rocco. They have longed to revisit their father’s home country of Italy to fully explore its rich heritage and hopefully feel his spirit. A dessert reception follows. Free and open to the public.

Tags: Special Interest, Literary, Author Talk

Posted By: American Italian Heritage Museum




Event Details

Date: April 19, 2018
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location:
American Italian Heritage Association and Museum
1227 Central Avenue
Albany, New York 12205

website

Contact:
Philip DiNovo
518.435.1979
info@americanitalianmuseum.org


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More About this Event Poster: American Italian Heritage Museum

The American Italian Heritage Association & Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to recording and preserving Italian heritage. The Museum is one of only a handful of Italian American museums in the U.S. and the largest one in the east. We offer many exhibits of Italian culture as well as events, classes, and other programming with the intent of keeping the Italian heritage and culture alive.

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