Festa di San Gennaro

Thursday, September 11 – Sunday, September 21, 2014
Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 6pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 12pm – 8pm

NAPOLI

Napoli, A Photographic Exhibition by Janine Coyne is currently on display and will be on exhibit at the Museum throughout the Feast.

Last year, Janine Coyne visited Naples, staying in the ancient Spaccanapoli district, where she mingled with residents and photographed the vibrant street life. While traditionally working with film, she chose to shoot Napoli with a digital camera, and the resulting photographs reflect her ability to capture subjects in timeless moments.

Janine has included six large-scale prints whose rich colors and compositions depict the natural and majestic beauty of Naples. The remaining nine photographs show the raw, inner-city street life of a city that suffers from high unemployment and other urban woes.

SS GIUSEPPE VERDI

Also on display, the original Shipbuilder's Model of the SS Giuseppe Verdi. Built in 1914, this model is the only remaining record of the historic ship that transported over 70,000 Italian immigrants to the United States between 1915 and 1924.

Schedule of Events

Thursday, September 11 (Opening Day) –
6 to 7 PM: Blessing of the Stands

Friday, September 12 –
2 to 3 PM: 13th Annual Cannoli Eating Competition

Saturday, September 13 (Grand Procession) –
2 PM: A colorful parade with floats, marching bands, musical entertainers
and the statue of San Gennaro through the streets of Little Italy.

Friday, September 19 (Official Feast day) –
6 PM: A Celebratory High Mass in honor of San Gennaro in Most Precious Blood Church,
the National Sanctuary of San Gennaro.
7 PM: A Religious Procession in which the Statue of San Gennaro is carried through the streets of the Feast.

Sunday, September 21 (Annual Feast of San Gennaro Blood Drive) –
11:30 AM to 6:30 PM: Figli di San Gennaro and The Basilica of St. Patrick's
Old Cathedral Co-Sponsor the Annual Feast of San Gennaro Blood Drive at
St. Patrick's Basilica Youth Center,
268 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince Streets)

Sign up early!
Call 1-800-REDCROSS or visit
www.redcrossblood.org
to schedule a donation time!

Caffé Palermo will provide free cannoli to all donors at the Youth Center.

The Italian American Museum will give free admission to anyone
presenting a donor card after donating at the blood drive.

Italian American Museum
155 Mulberry Street
(Corner of Grand and Mulberry Streets)
New York, NY 10013

Tel: 212.965.9000
Email: ItalianAmericanMuseum@gmail.com

The Feast of San Gennaro is presented by Figli di San Gennaro, Inc.

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