|The Pine Avenue Business Association • 1223 19th Street • Niagara Falls, New York • 14301|
|Rembering the past...
Looking to the future...
The Little Italy Niagara Italian Festival 2012
Saturday August 4th 10am-11pm
Sunday August 5th 10am-9pm
5k Run Click Here
The Pine Avenue, Little Italy Niagara Italian Festival festival is in full swing again for 2012. Many people have gotten on broad to bring this wonderful Niagara Falls tradition back for another year. Please join us as a sponsor, a vendor or a patron.We believe that this years festival will be even better than last. We hope to enliven every bodies community spirit and foster some home town pride for the city of Niagara Falls. The Pine Avenue Business Association in conjunction with many dedicated individuals is committed to growing and refining the Italian festival by enhancing the homegrown and elegant simplicity that the Italian-American community is known for. Good ingredients, good neighbors, and good times. Click on this blast from the past Italian Festival 2005.The resource for all your business needs in the heart of Little Italy Niagara Falls NY
Italian Festival Committe:
Sponsorship & 5k Run
Schedule of Events
5K on August 5th 10:AM
Children Pageant on Saturday 11:00
Kids Spaghetti contest 3:pm
4:00 PM kids cake eating contest
3:3o Celebrity Bocce Tournament
Music through out the day
Special citizen awards 12:45
Special Italian Mass 11: am
Cultural Dancers 6:30 pm
Entertainers Steve Belesteri Tri
The Diva Band
Sounds of Tony Pedula
The Rocker Band
Niagara Experience Players
The Formula Band.
eight new food vendors... Children's Rides
Niagara Falls, New York, USA has a proud street that has offerings for visitors and residents alike. Rich in local character and heritage, Pine Avenue invites you to stroll down its sidewalks and take in the history and the culture, that is Pine Avenue.
It’s a long stretch: Pine Avenue's Business District spans over 30 blocks from Main Street to Hyde Park Blvd., including Little Italy Niagara. Plenty of businesses that make the neighborhood buzz - lots of original shops - all with decidedly unmall-like appeal.
And, oh the food! From famous tablecloth institutions to come-as-you-are old stand bys, ethnic restaurants to national chains, Pine Avenue has a table waiting.