Mar 2, 2015

Italian Fest in Scottsdale, AZ March 21-22, 2015

My brother Pete Stazzone (empehi class of '69) is organizer for the 2nd Italian Festival in Arizona. Anyone living in and around Phoenix/Scottsdale, evenTucson, who can make it? I am in AZ now and plan to attend.

Marie Stazzone

The Italian Festival of Arizona is a two day show celebrating Italian culture, music, food and commerce. Visitors will enjoy authentic Italian cuisine, live music, experience Italian culture and purchase Italian hand crafted items from our vendors. The event opens a window on Italian culture, past and present, through music, arts, food, drinks, and more!
Be transported to an Italian “piazza” where the celebration begins Friday night with Italian music, wine tasting in the grotto, and delicious Italian bites from local Italian bistros. Stroll along the exhibits while shopping for hand crafted items. Visit the stands of Italian businesses that bring to our valley Italian products and Italian Traditions. Learn how to make handmade pasta and enjoy the different type of Italian Pizzas crafted by the Italian “Pizzaioli” in the pizza cook-off.
Scottsdale’s “Piazza del Southbridge” - South of Camelback Rd, West of Scottsdale Rd. Put the following address into your GPS and you will arrive at the entrance of our Italian Festival area: 7114 East Stetson Drive, Old Town, Scottsdale AZ, 85251 (MAP). Free parking is also available on Marshall Way.
PRESENTED BY: THE ITALIAN ASSOCIATION of ArizonaThe Italian Association (IA) is a private, non-profit 503-(c)-(3), non-political membership organization open to the Italian and American Community of Arizona and to the Arizona University Students that have an interest in developing their understanding and knowledge of Italy.

The IA objective is to provide its members with a broad range of services to support their business, to facilitate communications and exchanges between members, to help accelerate their expansion plans and to promote Italian culture.

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