Please join us for the Offical Naming and Ribbon Cutting of
The Riva Finoli Passage
This alleyway was named after Don Vincenzo de Riva Finoli, a Count from Milan.
He walked this pathway in the early 1830's to a prolific gold mine he operated, called The Rudisill Gold Mine.
We now are in contact with his equally dashing descendent
Luca Simon R. R. who visited us from Milan, to see this alley.
In honor of Count Riva Finoli's heritage, we have the great honor of having Baroness Quaranta di San Severino e Fusaro helping to cut the ribbon. She is traveling in from New York, especially for this occasion and is a patron and friend of Magnolia Emporium
We hope you can join us!
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