GPHS Moorings Newsletters - page 183

Una Bella Sera
A sold out crowd of 175 historically minded people attended
A Night in Tuscany
, on Friday, June 16, 2006, at Lora and
Sergio Mazza’s 1924 Italian style home. It was the third annual Celebration of the Grosse Pointe Historical Society.
Party chairmen for the very successful event were Mark and Gail Zmyslowski and Mary and Tom Shafer. Proceeds from
the event will benefit the preservation of our local heritage and help share that knowledge with the community. For
more information, visit
Schoolhouse Ready for Grades 2–5
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100 years ago. Teachers can stick to the curriculum as
closely as they like, or adapt it to suit specific educa-
tional needs. The room can accommodate up to 30 chil-
dren, their teacher, and two parent volunteers.
Visit to review the curriculum and
learn more about our programs.
Second Grade
Provencal-Weir House Talking House play: Learn about
all the inhabitants of the house from the early 1800s
until today
Third Grade
How Businesses Grew in Grosse Pointe in the 1800s
Fourth Grade
Michigan History and how Grosse Pointe Fits in
Fifth Grade
1800s Log Cabin Artifacts and their Uses by Pioneer
Reservations are now being taken for dates in 2006-07.
Call the Historical Society at 884-7010 for information.
Clockwise from top left: A Night in Tuscany co-chairs Mark and Gail Zmyslowski and Mary and Tom Shafer;
gracious hosts for the evening Lora and Sergio Mazza; a delectable summer feast; a beautiful summer night made a
memorable evening for all who attended the party on the lovely grounds of the Mazza’s home.
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