In response to the COVID-19 Outbreak, the March 19th Cooking with Nonna class is being rescheduled to Tuesday, May 5 at 5:30pm.
This class will be reserved for those who bought tickets for the March 19th class. If the class is still not full after hearing from the March 19 attendees, we will open the event to the general public.
If you bought tickets for the March 19th class, but cannot make it to this rescheduled event, you may choose to be added to a priority list to be called as soon as the next Cooking with Nonna dates are released so that you may transfer your ticket to that event. Refunds will be available to those who are unable to transfer to another date. Email or call us to make arrangements: 613-542-9323, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nonnas are in high demand having sold out all of their shows up to June.
You’ll be able to watch the Nonnas work their magic in the kitchen (or in this case, in our main hall with hot plates), eat the delicious meal they make, and then take home the recipe to try it yourself.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to monitor this situation and do our best to ensure safe practices with regard to our events. We encourage you to send us an email at email@example.com with any questions.
About the Nonnas
All of the Nonnas are Italy-born and over 75 years in age. None of them are professionally trained, but you can bet that the food they make will leave you wanting more.
“We are grandmothers, and we carry on our traditions from back home,” says Domenica Bracciodiete, a volunteer executive board member whose husband was a founding member of the Italo-Canadian Club.
-Kingston Life Magazine, September Issue 2019
About the Italo-Canadian Club of Kingston
The Italo-Canadian Club is a reception, conference and banquet facility. We believe beautiful events can be accessible at any budget. That is why we remain one of the most affordable banquet halls in Kingston. Whether you are planning a small intimate affair or a large-scale celebration, we are the perfect choice for your special day. Known for amazing food, Italian hospitality, and a beautiful ballroom, we have grown since 1963. The original club building and the land we are on was purchased and built by the Italian community. To this day much of the work is done by our Italian volunteers. We remain dedicated to being a social center for Italians and Canadians.
See the Nonnas in action here: