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"FREE" @ EMBASSY OF ITALY: ITALIAN THEATER - NYC's FIORELLO LaGUARDIA

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FREE ITALIAN THEATER PRESENTATION
THE LITTLE FLOWER: FIORELLO LA GUARDIA.

NOTE: TO BE ADMITTED TO THIS EVENT YOU MUST RSVP
with BOTH PIAZZA ITALIA and COPILAS' Dr. Daniel STABILE

NYC Three (3) times Mayor Fiorello La GUARDIA (1882~1947)
The BRONX’s Little Flower - Il Piccolo Fiore del BRONX

EMBASSY OF ITALY
The National COPILAS Organization
And famous Hollywood actor Tony LoBIANCO
Present:

THE LITTLE FLOWER
NYC’s MAYOR FIORELLO LaGUARDIA
A PLAY PRESENTATION with
HOLLYWOOD Actor TONY LoBIANCO
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2013 @ 7:00 PM
DOORS OPEN @ 6:15 PM
EMBASSY of ITALY - Atrium
3000 Whitehaven St. NW | Washington, DC 20008
(Just above Dupont/Sheridan Circles @ intersection with MASS. Ave.)

ADVANCE RESERVATIONS w/ COPILAS A MUST
(please, READ below)
DRESS: BUSINESS CASUAL / STREETS PARKING
BRING PICTURE ID

*** FREE EVENT and REFRESHMENTS ***
Opening remarks by Italian Ambassador Claudio BISOGNIERO
POST EVENT DONATIONS TO COPILAS ARE APPRECIATED

EMBASSY OF ITALY/ COPILAS NOTICE

VERY LIMITED SEATS "FREE" EVENT
ADVANCE RESERVATION(s) with COPILAS a "MUST"
*** 1st COME, 1st SERVED ***

RESERVE YOUR SEAT(s) (MANDATORY) with COPILAS
Dr. Daniel L. STABILE, Ph.D
President, National COPILAS at >>> stabiledr@gmail.com
OR CALL >>> (703) 599-6942

MENTION YOU ARE A PIAZZA ITALIA's MEMBER

No later than FEBRUARY 18, 2013

(For this event only: NO NEED TO RESERVE with the EMBASSY)

IF YOU RSVP with PIAZZA ITALIA ONLY you will NOT BE ADMITTED to this event. YOU MUST RSVP WITH “BOTH” PIAZZA ITALIA AND COPILAS's Dr. Daniel STABILE.

Organized by: Embassy of Italy and
The Council for the Promotion of the Italian Language
in American Schools (COPILAS)

ABOUT The LITTLE FLOWER - Fiorello LaGUARDIA

Actor Tony LoBIANCO (French Connection Film)

5 ft. tall Ball of Energy: Fiorello Henry LaGUARDIA (1882 ~ 1947) was Mayor of New York for three terms from 1934 to 1945 as a Republican. Previously he had been elected to Congress in 1916 and 1918, and again from 1922 through 1930. Irascible, energetic, and charismatic, he craved publicity and is acclaimed as one of the three or four greatest mayors in American history. Only five feet tall, he was called "the Little Flower" (Fiorello in Italian)

1939 NYC’s YANKEE Stadium: Joe DiMaggio, Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, Lou Gehrig

August 27 1938, HYDE PARK, NYC - Franklin D. ROOSEVELT and Fiorello LAGUARDIA

LaGuardia, a Republican who appealed across party lines, was very popular in New York during the 1930s. As a New Dealer, he supported President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Democrat, and in turn Roosevelt heavily funded the city and cut off patronage from LaGuardia's foes. Just like Mayor GIULIANI in the 1990's, La Guardia revitalized New York City and restored public faith in City Hall. He unified the transit system, directed the building of low-cost public housing, public playgrounds, and parks, constructed airports, reorganized the police force, defeated the powerful Tammany Hall political machine, and reestablished merit employment in place of patronage jobs.

About National COPILAS

The Council for the Promotion of the Italian Language in American Schools (COPILAS) is a National non-profit organization dedicated to assisting individuals, associations and communities around the United States, desiring to introduce or broaden the study of Italian language and culture in their public and private schools, colleges and universities.

COPILAS is made up of representatives from Italian and U.S. education agencies, Italian American cultural organizations, educators and interested private individuals. All are experts in their respective fields, and are committed to promoting the study of Italian language and culture in the United States.