“WAITING FOR CHRYSANTHEMUMS”: IL LIBRO DI MARISA DE FRANCESCHI
The book is available online or at any Chapters/Indigo/Coles bookstores. It is also available at Juniper Books on Ottawa St in Windsor. For those who prefer to get the book from the library, it can be had from any Windsor Public Library.
MONTREAL\ aise\ – È uscito in stampa “Waiting for Chrysanthemums” di Marisa De Franceschi. Pubblicato dalla Longbridge Books di Montreal, il nuovo romanzo in lingua inglese racconta la storia di Lily, una donna forte ma sensibile, coinvolta in un omicidio che travolgerà la sua famiglia. Chi ha ucciso Sal Guerra? E perché? Il giallo Waiting for Chrysanthemums sarà presentato nell’ambito della 24esima edizione della Settimana italiana di Montreal, il 9 agosto alle 19:00 alla Casa d’Italia (505 rue Jean-Talon est, Montreal). L’ingresso è libero e aperto a tutti.
Marisa De Franceschi è nata a Muris (Udine) nel 1946. È arrivata in Canada nel 1948. Per molti anni ha insegnato la letteratura a Windsor, nell’Ontario. Ha ricevuto diversi premi per i suoi racconti. Un volume di poesie intitolato Random Thoughts è stato pubbblicato nel 2010. Nel 1998 Marisa De Frabceschi ha curato l’antologia Pillars of Lace, scritti di donne italo-canadesi. Oggi vive a Windsor con suo marito. Ha un figlio e due nipotini. (aise.it)
To all members and supporters:
Due to the extremely complex nature of research and the excessive amount of time required for research, I will be adopting the international methodology and standards for family history, genealogy and heraldry, effective December 14 2016. The most important are the following:
1. Everyone must complete the questionnaire provided by the Society and returned to Flavio Andreatta.
2. All genealogies will begin with the person completing the questionnaire. This will include the person’s immediate family.
3. All genealogies will contain the paternal and maternal ancestors.
4. All names and surnames must be the names and surnames at birth. Anglicized names and nicknames are not to be used.
These few rules will make my work easier and you will get the best results. Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.
Flavio A. L. Andreatta, C.H.R.E., K.O.R.I.E., K.O.P.K.C.
Italian Genealogy and Heraldry Society of Canada – Societa di genealogia e araldica italiana del Canada – Societe de genealogie et d’heraldique italiennes du Canada (Canadian registered charity – Ente culturale di beneficenza senza scopo di lucro).
In Association with the Fogolar Furlan Club of Windsor.
Associations of the Society:
Associazione Le Tre Venezie.
Centre for European Studies.
Festa dei nonni.
Gruppo Azzanese di Windsor.
Gruppo Savoia del Canada.
Italian Cultural Centre of Canada.
Italian Family History Centre.
Rappresentanza di Alleanza Monarchica per il Canada.
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Kingsville, Ontario N9Y 0B2
The Italian Genealogy and Heraldry Society of Canada held its first Friuli Fest Dinner on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at the Fogolar Furlan Windsor. It was an authentic Friuli cultural evening featuring the Fogolar children’s choir, Friuli wines from Vins dal Friul Wines, dinner arranged and presented by Chef Rino Bortolin, and lecture by IGHSC president Flavio Andreatta on the genealogy of the Friuli people. It was a very nice cultural event enjoyed by all.
The Italian Fallen Workers Memorial of Ontario remembers Italian workers who died on the job in Ontario Canada. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO167NCSTbE
Local Wine and Food Holiday Fest
A fun night of fine local wines and Italian food.
Society members and guests at Paglione Estate Winery.
The Italian Genealogy and Heraldry Society of Canada celebrated its 21st anniversary on November 6th with a wine and pizza dinner at Paglione Estate Winery near Harrow Ontario. Winery owners and hosts Sam and Nancy Paglione served up the best brick oven pizza and quality wines we have ever had. The Paglione Estate Winery is now the official winery of the Society! To see all the pictures taken and a short video of Sam playing the accordion, go to our Google web album.
The Italian Genealogy and Heraldry Society of Canada celebrated its 20th anniversary on November 2, 2012. A fine dinner and a good time was enjoyed by local members. The Society was founded 20 years ago in 1992 by Flavio Andreatta, Dino Coletti and Daniel Marcuz.