MONTREAL, April 12, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - The SDC Petite-Italie Marché Jean-Talon is proud to announce the 2nd edition of D!SEGNO – lifestye, fashion and design of Little Italy. This event is focused on the creativity and the know-how that connects this unique district of Montreal to Italy. Experience, create, and discover, live, see and taste will be the common theme of this edition.
Little Italy opens its doors to become the ideal meeting place that offers you the chance to make different experiences during D!SEGNO : the open-doors and the 5@7 at the art and design studios, guided tours inside the fashion and design shops of Little Italy, creative workshops and tastings, two exhibitions, being, D!SEGNO at Casa d'Italia and Silvio Mastrodascio at the Montreal Italian Culture Institute, free conferences about food design and italian kitchen, the fine herbs route to discover the restaurant terraces and the public art setup of the Saint-Laurent boulevard of a mint flavor.
Plenty of events in different places of Montreal are built up to offer everyone an exchange moment between creative and innovative projects from all backgrounds that gravitate around Little Italy.
D!SEGNO 2014 allows montrealers to experience, to create, to live and design a fashionable and traditional Italian kitchen!
For more information about the program of D!SEGNO 2014, check out the SDC Petite Italie web site: www.petiteitalie.com
Christian Bélanger, ambassador of D!SEGNO and the owner of Magasin général store (6906, Saint-Laurent blvd.)
« It is my pleasure to have accepted being the ambassador of D!SEGNO that will take place in the next month in Little Italy. Since I have a commerce in the neighborhood, it is important to me to spread the pleasure to work and to live here. »
SOURCE: Société de développement commercial Petite-Italie - Marché Jean-Talon
For further information: Roberto Tassinario, director in charge SDC Petite-Italie - Marché Jean-Talon, 201, St-Zotique East / Petite- Italie / 514-439-4591 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.petiteitalie.com