28. February 2019 - 11:00
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Sons & Daughters of Italy/ Regions of Italy Exhibit, 2019-2020 | 420 Tompkins Ave | Thursday, 28. February 2019

Italians and those of Italian descent have had an enormous impact upon world history and culture, in politics, religions, science, medicine and the arts. This rich legacy is chronicled in the Sons and Daughters of Italy exhibit, which exhibits these sons and daughters by weighing the enduring nature of their contributions. Leading the list are Maria Montessori, Galileo Galilei, and Antonio Meucci, giants who immeasurably changed the size and shape of the world. Also included are artistic and literary geniuses of music, theater, and film as well as less familiar personages who have legacies of equal influences. 
Award-winning author Marianna Randazzo and renowned artist Professor William Castello, both from the Fr. Capodanno Lodge #212, Order Sons Daughters Italy America, have curated this art and literary event at the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum.  The exhibit has been housed at St. John's University and other notable venues and is available for travel.
Interested parties may contact Capodanno212@

The museum is open to visitors and tours on the following days: Wednesday through Friday: 1 p.m.-5 : 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Guided Tours: Admission is $10 per person, members and children under 10 are free. Call ahead for groups of 10 or group rates.