Friday, FEBRUARY 23rd, 2018 (full)Friday, MARCH 9th, 2018 (full)Friday, MARCH 16th, 2018
Olive Oil Talks, Tasting and Dinner at our Vancouver location.
The fundamentals of identifying a true extra-virgin olive oil and demystifying supermarket labeling definitions.
To follow sit-down dinner of Southern Italy regional dishes and taste of the 2017 Famiglia Creanza olive oil new harvest.
Dinner is for 12 guests.
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Sunday, FEBRUARY 18th
Italian Sunday Lunch
The language and taste of Southern Italy.
Eat your way through a Subnday lunch while learning Italian through fun informal classes to help you chart your travels, menus and Italian food terms.
Italian is theatrical; it conveys in its enterity gestures, intonation and love for food. The second question you will hear when in Italy is “Cosa prepari per pranzo?” or “Cosa hai mangiato oggi?”. It is the Latin Romance language that revolves around food and debates. To know your neighbour or navigate an Italian food market, you need to know the language of food and the gesture that accompany it.
The Sunday series is for 12 guests.
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Shepherds in the Cave documentary screening at the 2018 Italian Film Fest – Vancouver
Sunday, January 7th, 5:00 pm (sold out)
Wednesday, OCTOBER 25th, 2017
“Shepherds in the Cave” Dinner & Film Screening – Vancouver Club
(SOLD OUT)“An international team of art restorers and archaeologists begin work on the restoration of medieval frescoes inside a network of ancient caves. Faced with local bureaucratic challenges and systemic neglect of archaeological sites, the team encounters a community of shepherds and migrants that have used the caves for centuries and discover a living culture worth preserving most of all.”
Join Tonio Creanza, leader of the projects and subject of the film, and filmmaker Anthony Grieco, for a private screening of the documentary, “Shepherds in the Cave”, which chronicles the Fornello Restoration Project.
A buffet celebrating the cuisine of rural southern Italy to follow.
Produced with support from the Canada Council for the Arts. Learn more about the documentary here…
5:30 p.m. Reception & introduction in the Georgian Room.
6:00 p.m. Film screening.
7:30 p.m. Dinner. Q &A hosted by Vancouver Club member Brian DeMuy, a recent participant in the projects.
Buffet dinner, refreshments, and film screening.