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Sicily Region Guide
A calendar of events celebrated by this town, which is located in the province of Ragusa. Events include Carnevale, San Giuseppe, San Vincenzo Martire and Santa Lucia.
The Feast of Madonna del Mirto
On the second Sunday of May the town of Villafranca celebrates the feast of Our Lady of Myrtle.
La Festa di Sant'Agata a Catania
This feast for the Patron Saint of Catania is filled with tradition, folklore and devotion. For three days in February this city is transformed into a giant feast that is a must for anyone in the area to partake in.
La Festa Patronale
In the town of Pedara they celebrate this traditional religious feast, which honors Maria SS. Annunziata.
Feste di Sicilia
This lists the date, place, description and phone numbers of the various feasts held throughout the year.
Fisherman's Feast Italiansrus.com
Each year, since 1911, the people of Boston's historic North End have held the Fisherman's Feast to honor Madonna del Soccorso. Learn more about this festival and why there is a special devotion to the Madonna.
Browse through a list of events, festivals and show located throughout the island. It also includes the name of the festival/event, location and time frame.
Find a list with a brief description of the popular festivals that take place in this city. Festivals include: Venerdi Santo, Festa del beato Felice, Festa di S. Michele and Festa di San Francesco di Paola e sagra dei maccheroni al sugo.
St. Joseph's Altar Italiansrus.com
One of the great traditions on this feast day is the beautifully decorated altars, which are a true labor of love, for those who prepare them.
Santa Lucia Italiansrus.com
As legend states in the city of Syracuse, on the island of Sicily, a child by the name of Lucia was born in the year 283. This child became a symbol of light and hope to all. She is the patron saint of the blind and her feast day is December 13th.
La Settimana Santa
Palm Sunday marks the beginning of this week long festival. This is an important event for the residents of Enna and a multitude of processions take place throughout the week.
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