Sunday Funday – Feast of Little Italy – Abacoa

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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Sunday, November 3, 2019 is the final day and Sunday Funday at the 17th Annual Feast of Little Italy.  Located in the Town of Jupiter’s, Abacoa neighborhood, this event is a family-friendly street festival.   Visitors to the event will embark on a “cultural journey filled with authentic Italian food, music, art and tradition”. Neighbors, families and friends can wander the main streets of Abacoa and enjoy cooking demonstrations, an assortment of vendors, wine seminars and live entertainment. The festival caters to every generation, from the young to the young at heart.  

Interesting facts you may not have known about Italy:

- Of the top 10 oldest universities in the world, 4 of them are based in Italy.

- The Italian Police Force use Lamborghinis.

- Italy is the fifth most populated country in Europe, with 61 million inhabitants, however the number of Italian descendants living abroad is far greater, after millions emigrated, mostly to America.

- Rome alone is home to around 300,000 cats – they are the only residents who are permitted to explore the ruins whenever they like.

- The city of Syracuse in Sicily was once the largest city of Ancient Greece, and even equaled Athens in size, before its collapse.

If you enjoy all things Italiano, head on over and get a taste of Italian culture, life and food today in Abacoa, 1200 University Boulevard, Jupiter.  Today is the last day.  Doors open at 11:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM.  Tickets available here.





















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