Italian American Heritage Festival June 7th 10:00 AM

6th Annual Italian American Heritage Festival 

June 7, 2015

Rose Tree Park, Media, PA

12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.( Show cars should arrive by 10:00AM)

Check out the 2014 Festival Guide.

Italian food, music, games and entertainment for the whole family!! 

~~~~~~~~ No admission fee for festival!! ~~~~~~~~

 ~~~~~~~~~ FREE on-site parking!!! ~~~~~~~~~

2014 Festival produced by CIAO of Delaware County and Eventfully Yours, Inc.

Since 2010, the Italian American Heritage Festival has drawn more than 50,000 people coming from a greater than five state area to enjoy a day in celebration of Italian heritage and culture. The festival features excellent food, top-rated entertainment, and activities designed to involve attendees of all ages.

More than 35 Delaware County business organizations make the festival possible each year. Proceeds from the festival benefit programs that promote and advance Italian Heritage culture. Funds are also provided to charities supported by our member organizations.

Supported Charities

  • Don Guanella Village
  • Neumann University: Arts Guild and Scholarship Fund
  • Widener University: College of Arts and Sciences
  • Knights of Columbus: Blessed Louis Guanella Council

Mike Space Hellertown Italian Car Show June 15th

SpacedOutItalianCarShow

Hellertown, PA –Join us as Judi Space and friends host the 4th Annual “Spaced Out” Car Show in memory of Mike Space. We invite all cars, bikes, and scooters of Italian, French and Scandinavian origin to join us as we enjoy a day of casual cameraderie. Come out and vote for your favorites so we can tally them up by 1 PM. The event will be held Saturday June 13th, from 10 am until 3 at the lovely and shady Reservoir Park, at 3376 Reservoir Road, just south of Bethlehem and a few minutes off Rt. 78. It’s a very “all inclusive” show, welcoming everything from daily driver FIATs through Alfas, Lancias and Etceterinis all the way up to concourse Ferraris, Lamborghinis and the like. How about the French cars too, from Alpines to Talbots. Italian and French Bikes are welcome too. The more the merrier; We love variety. Italian food will be available. $10 per car (NO PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED). Bikes $5, spectators $2 with kids under 12 FREE! Help us pay for the park rental!

 

Find more at:

 

 

SpacedOutItalianCarShow.blogspot.com

 

SPRING DRIVE – MAY 17

The Delaware Valley Alfa Romeo Owners Club will be hosting a Spring Drive on Sunday May 17.  The tour will take us through beautiful Chester and Lancaster Counties Pennsylvania and finish at the Kimberton Inn, Kimberton, PA for a delicious lunch.  Remember Sunday May 17 – Hold The Date!!

Ferrari Formula 1 car to carry Alfa Romeo nameplate on car!!!!!

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Fans of Formula 1 will be treated to see Alfa Romeo will co-sponsor the 2015 Ferrari Formula 1 car!!    And so far Alfa Romeo has brought Scuderia Ferrari good luck, as both cars are at the top of the time charts in Formula 1 testing.

In a nod to Alfa Romeo’s past domination of Formula 1, this year’s Ferrari F1 cars will carry the Alfa nameplate on the side of the car, indicating that Alfa Romeo will be co-sponsoring this years Formula 1 effort.

 

 

EVENT: 2014 Fall Tour – November 2nd

You can tell Fall is almost here again; it’s time to fast-forward the calendar to November and mark it to reserve Sunday the 2nd for the annual Awesome Autumn Tour of the DVAROC. The good weather we have been experiencing recently will of course, be expected for the event (fingers crossed!).
Alfisti and friends should plan on meeting, not later than 9 AM (keep in mind daylight savings time ends), in the parking lot at Peddler’s Village, behind the U.S. Post Office in Solebury/Lahaska, PA (same as last year’s tour). Again, the “Town Crier Bakery” will be open at 7 AM for coffee and pastries.
We will leave promptly at 9:30 AM and cross the river at Stockton, NJ, then travel roughly north and east up through Hunterdon and Warren Counties. The first break will be approximately one hour (35 miles) into the tour.
The plan is then to proceed back toward the river and south to spend about an hour break meandering in the historic town of Frenchtown, NJ. The tour will then conclude with what promises to be another outstanding luncheon, at the Black Bass Inn in Lumberville, PA, along the Delaware River. The pricing will be the same as previous years for a three course menu with a pre selected entree. Stay tuned for further details.