“ The meet-up group is a good way to meet people who share your love of the Italian language. it is also a good idea for people to maintain their cultural identity, or for people who just love learning a new language a way to practice. It is important for others to join the group to preserve the Italian heritage. Our history in the U.S. has been very significant in adding to America&amp;amp;#039;s political process, art, food, and ideas. People who are either all Italian, or only part need a voice. The Italian culture and language, and the importance of our influence is fading away. ”
— Torie Z. on Feb 20, 2015.
“ Moltisimo Bene ”
— Caterina on Jan 9, 2015.
“ The people that I met were very nice and Im looking forward to other meetings with them. Hopefully there may be different things we can do as a group. ”
— Anna on Feb 8, 2014.
“ A nice bunch of people! ”
— Paul D. on Jan 10, 2014.
“ MOLTO INTERESSANTE. ”
— VINCENZO DE T. on Jul 25, 2013.
“ I have to start to talk some Italian. Hope I can hear more of it at the Italian Meetup Group. ”
— Ronnie B. on May 16, 2013.
“ No one showed up? Didn't see cancellations till later. Wished you could post a possible cancellation the day before when 3 or less people are attending. Only a suggestion. Lets talk about it at our next meeting (in Italian, of course). Angelo ”
— Angelo N. T. on Dec 1, 2012.
“ fine ”
— john d. on Oct 11, 2012.
“ I had a great time meeting all of you. I look forward to all our future meetings! ”
— Grace Fraioli T. on Sep 15, 2012.
“ Was nice to meet all of you, Great group of people, looking forward to the next meetup.. E' stato un vero piacere conoscervi, Siete molto simpatici.. Spero di rivedervi presto. Aspettando il prossimo meetup. ”
— Angela on Sep 14, 2012.
“ We are a happy group who speak Italian with varying degrees of knowledge. We always have great conversations, and good times. ”
— gaetana f. on May 4, 2012.
“ It's a fun way to practice Italian conversation with a very nice group of people. ”
— Kate on Jun 10, 2010.
“ Great, but we're not meeting often enough. ”
— Leonard L. on Mar 26, 2015.