Local Author to Present a personal History of Wooster Street
We have invited local author Rich Biondi to discuss his recent work: “Gli Italiani di Wooster Square: A Pictorial History” on Tuesday, July 9th, 7 PM at the Church of Saint Frances Cabrini, 57 Pond Hill Rd,
North Haven, CT 06473. Call 203-234-0215 for more info!
This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
Rich Biondi is a Branford High School teacher with Wooster Street family roots. His book “Gli Italiani de Wooster Square,” his latest installment, is a series that brings back to life the vibrant Italian American enclave before redevelopment initiatives in the 1960s left the area a shell of itself.
North Haven Sons and Daughters Of Italy Lodge 2805
P.O. Box 193 North Haven Connecticut, 06473
Commission for Social Justice®
The Commission for Social Justice® (CSJ) is the anti-defamation arm of the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America® (OSDIA), the biggest and oldest national organization for men and women of Italian descent in the United States.