Please join the Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society (AMHS) for lunch and a presentation by geologist Barry Centini, Ph.D., who will talk about the many ways in which the geology of Italy has affected its history. We will learn about the impact volcanoes such as Mount Etna and Mount Vesuvius have had on surrounding areas - a timely topic in view of the recent massive eruption of Mount Etna, the fiery yet snow-capped volcano in Sicily which is the largest and most active volcano in Europe. A raffle will be conducted, with some wonderful prizes, the proceeds of which benefit the AMHS/NIAF scholarships.
MENU: specially prepared by AMHS member Rocco Canaglia. Menu includes pasta e fagioli, chicken with roasted potatoes, salad, bread and dessert. Beverages are included.
COST: $20.00 AMHS members; $25.00 non-members.
PAID RESERVATIONS must be received no later than JANUARY 27, 2016 to insure that adequate quantities of food may be available. Reservations are made with your payment (unfortunately not with your Meetup RSVP).
Please make check payable to AMHS. Send to AMHS, c/o Peter Bell, 328 8th Street, N.E., Washington, DC 20002.
You can also pay online (Master Card and Visa) at: www.abruzzomoliseheritagesociety.org/mission/events/#!event/2016/1/31/amhs-general-society-meeting
NO PAYMENTS AT THE DOOR.