16 febbraio 2017
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this is how we roll

Ravioli-making session:
Saturday, February 18 -- 
9 am

Many hands are needed to produce the 13,000 ravioli served on March 5. Just show up with hair tied back and preferably covered. Wear an apron and bring a ravioli tool if you have one. A complimentary pasta lunch is served.

Meatball-making session:
Saturday, March 4 --  9 am

Come roll with us!  Saint Leo's School Hall on Stiles Street. Free pasta lunch for volunteers.
on tap
Need beer? Theology on Tap is near!
Hosted by Saint Leo's at Palmereā€™s Bar & Grill
Tuesday, February 21 -- 6 pm
1018 Eastern Ave, Little Italy

A Shepherd for these Times: The Gift of Pope Francis: Learn about his amazing life and unlikely rise to the authority of Vicar of Christ, as well as in the critical directions the Holy Father is leading Holy Mother Church's faithful. Father Bernie and Deacon Doug will also discuss the papacy in more general terms, and answer your questions about the Bishop of Rome.

Happy Hour grub compliments of Saint Leo's.
Cash bar. Adults over 21 welcome. 

coming soon!

bigger! better! multiple winners!
stay tuned for more info on
annual Little Italy gift card raffle, plus prizes of cookbooks, cash, and B&B/hotel stays!

revving up for ravioli
Sunday, March 5
12 - 6 pm
School Hall
Hosted by
eat in $12 adults; $6 kids
carry out $12.50
click on image to watch a video

DINNER VOLUNTEERS: Waitstaff, bussers, coffee servers, Big Wheel volunteers, tray carriers, salad makers, raffle sellers, and others. Volunteer hours: 11:30am (11:15 for waitstaff) until approximately 6 pm. A second shift of tray carriers is 2-6 pm.

DONATE SWEETS: Cakes, pies, cookies and other baked goods are needed for the Cake Wheel. Drop off at parish office during business hours the week before March 5 dinner, or bring to School Hall during the dinner.

Need more info? Have a question? Ready to sign up?

learning center in little italy
offers spring courses
Pandola Learning Center's Spring 2017 Class Schedule: Register for an array of Italian language / cooking / cultural classes and MORE!
  • courses offered between 1 and 8 weeks
  • semester runs March through May
  • classes either on Thursdays evenings or Saturdays
  • affordable class fees!
  • online registration is now available
  • free parking in Little Italy for students
little italy lodge
elects 2017-2019 officers
The Little Italy Lodge / Order Sons of Italy of America #2286 held its bi-annual elections on February 8 with the following results. Congratulations and best wishes to all for a successful two years.
President : Bob Taylor
Vice President : Mike Castino
Treasurer : Guy Caiazzo
Financial Secretary : Imelda Liberatore
Recording Secretary : Pat Novak
Guard : Louis Cox
Mistresses of Ceremonies :
Theresa Taylor, Gina Olkowski

  • Leona Barbaro
  • Armand Esposito
  • Silvana Ferrante
  • Bonnie Montcalmo
  • Tom Moscato
Arbitration Committee
  • Mary Apicella
  • Christina Barbieri
  • Maria Ferrante
  • Sam Mogavero
  • Mario Teresi
Alternate Arbitration Committee:
Sharon Bielski, Mark Hart
  • John Bassolino
  • Sharon Bielski
  • John Calabrese
  • Martha Calabrese
  • Mike Castino
  • Charles Ferraro
  • Imelda Liberatore
  • Gerry Lioi
  • Bonnie Montcalmo
  • Gina Olkowski
  • Theresa Taylor
  • Sue Walmsley
  • Tony Walmsley
  • Nancy Wolfe
Alternate Delegates:
  • Mary Alberta
  • Leona Barbaro
  • Maria Ferrante
  • Mike Girolamo
  • Daisy Sudano Pellegrini

The Orator and Corresponding Secretary posts remain vacant.

blast from the past
1968: Leo Bruni (left), Joey Apicella (right) and Carmine Strollo on drums

submitted by Carmine Strollo in Delaware,
in memory of the late Leo Bruni

your email to Little Italy is welcome
paid sponsors
Promotion Center for Little Italy, Baltimore

S uzanna Molino

Ray Alcaraz, past president

Promotion Center for Little Italy, Baltimore is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
organization  established in 2010  with a mission to promote Little Italy's events,
community organizations,  history and Italian heritage.