Italian Heritage and Culture Month Committee of New York

Italian Heritage And Culture Month Committee Of New York

New York's Italian Heritage and Culture Month Committee of New Your, Inc. has celebrated Italian culture and heritage with more than thirty years of special events, concerts, exhibits, lectures, and proclamations in New York. A wide range of Italian educational materials are distributed annually.

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