Experience Italian art and history with an expert guide

L’arte italiana: una passeggiata con Rosa tra i vicoli di tre splendide città! Firenze, Roma e Venezia non sono mai state così vicine!

Join us for a 3-Sunday course with the talented Rosa Di Grottole! Dig into the Italian Art and learn about the hidden (and not so hidden) treasures of Florence, Rome and Venice.


A great armchair-travel through the classic works and cities.
And a perfect way to prepare for your next trip to Italy!

3/26: Florence and Uffizi
4/2: A stroll in Rome
4/9: San Marco in Venice

Price PP: $35 for 1 city; $50 for all three
Length: 1.5 hrs each presentation
Time: 4:30-6:00 PM
Location: Italia in Ohio, LLC

This first series is limited to 10 attendees so sign-up now!

Contact Italia in Ohio to register:
614.538.8000 or Sergio@ItaliaInOhio.com

Eventi italiani per tutti!

Our central Ohio Italian family tree has many branches. One active and very inclusive bough is the Columbus Italian Language Meetup. Italia in Ohio and this Meetup have worked and played together for years, and we have two more co-sponsored events this spring.

In 2 weeks the Meetup will hold its annual potluck at the Wild Goose Creative at 2491 Summit (just 100 ft from the Vespa dealer!) on Sunday 12 March, 12:30-3:30. Go to the Meetup site (follow the link below), register, cook your Italian favorite dish, and join us for a great time!

A second event, held for the first time last year, was a full-house. Great food, craft beers, and a room full of people practicing Italian at all levels. We again will take over the back room and bar at Cafe Napolitana at 40 North High on Monday 8 May from 7-ish (coming earlier is OK).

Chef Palmo makes his own impasto so the pizza and breads are yeasty and delicious. The sauces must cook for days attended by somebody’s nonna. Want to join in the fun? Then sign up on the Meetup site (https://www.meetup.com/italian-289/) or contact Sergio@ItaliaInOhio.com (we want to ensure there is enough of Palmo’s Italian delicacies for all.)

So: March 12th potluck and May 8th Cafe Napolitana: ci vediamo li?