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Pre Toni pal so popul – 21 aprile – Basagliapenta

Pre Toni pal so popul – 21 aprile – Basagliapenta

Letture dalla Bibbia a cura dei gruppi “Viandants” e “Baracons” e con i canti preferiti da Don Bellina partecipati dai presenti, il 21 aprile nella Chiesa di Basagliapenta

 

Programma degli eventi in ricordo di Don Pietrantonio Bellina, “Pre Toni Beline”

Programma degli eventi in ricordo di Don Pietrantonio Bellina, “Pre Toni Beline”

In occasione dei dieci anni della morte di don Pietrantonio Bellina, “Pre Toni Beline”, il Comune di Basiliano e il Gruppo Amici di Pre Toni di Basagliapenta, assieme ad altri enti e sotto la direzione di Glesie Furlane, intendono ricordare il sacerdote, insegnante e intellettuale friulano, che concluse il proprio percorso sul sentiero della vita a Basagliapenta di Basiliano.

Proprio qui, presso la chiesa parrocchiale, venerdì 21 aprile, alle 20.30, la parrocchia e il professor Guido Sut hanno organizzato l’incontro “Pre Toni pal so popul” (“Pre Toni per il suo popolo”), con letture tratte dalla Bibbia, a cura dei Baracons e dei Viandants.

Sabato 22 aprile, invece, al mattino, dalle dieci in poi, nel centro civico di Villa Zamparo, verrà presentata la tesi di laurea di una giovane studiosa, Irene Locatelli, nel convegno “Pre Toni Beline insegnante”. Saranno presenti anche Patrizia Zamperlin, docente dell’Università degli studi di Padova, Pio Bellina, fratello di don Antonio ed insegnante e Renzo Lorenzini, insegnante e direttore didattico. Al termine, alle 11.30, si terrà la cerimonia di intitolazione della Biblioteca civica a don Pietrantonio Bellina/ Pre Toni Beline.

Il giorno seguente, domenica, ci si potrà recare alla tomba di don Antonio, nel cimitero di Basagliapenta, dove si terrà una cerimonia in suo ricordo, con una santa messa celebrata dal Vicario Generale della Diocesi, presso la vicina chiesa. La mattinata si concluderà con la benedizione di una lapide a ricordo di Pre Toni.

Per chiudere questa prima serie di appuntamenti, venerdì 28 aprile, nella Casa della Gioventù “Don Guido Berlai” di Villaorba, alle 20.30, il professor Angelo Floramo presenterà il libro “Testemonis”, che raccoglie le testimonianze di quanti hanno conosciuto Pre Toni Beline.

Inoltre, il Comune di Basiliano, attraverso lo sportello per la lingua friulana, ha emanato il bando del concorso letterario “Emozions di ingjustri” (“emozioni di inchiostro”), nell’edizione speciale “Pre Toni Beline”, per la traduzione di testi dall’italiano al friulano. Per ulteriori informazioni, vistare il sito istituzionale del Comune di Basiliano: http://www.comune.basiliano.ud.it/uploads/media/Locandine_Pre_Toni_Beline_01.pdf

Festival Rifrazioni a Basiliano

Al via la 2° edizione del Festival Ri_frazioni, che quest’anno si svolgerà da sabato 14 maggio fino al 24 giugno, con iniziative che spaziano dalla musica al teatro, dall’arte alla letteratura. Promossa dal Comune di Basiliano con il supporto delle associazioni del territorio, la rassegna andrà a toccare tutte le sette frazioni del Comune alternando spettacoli teatrali, concerti musicali, presentazioni di opere letterarie.

Si parte il 14 maggio alle 21.00 a Blessano, presso la sala teatrale della Pro Loco, con lo spettacolo di Aida Talliente “Sospiro d’anima”, il racconto intenso e toccante della vita straordinaria di Rosa Cantoni, una delle protagoniste della Resistenza friulana. Venerdì 20 maggio alle 18.30 a Basagliapenta, sarà la volta di Flavio Santi che, conversando con Cristina Micelli, presenterà il suo libro “La primavera tarda ad arrivare”, un romanzo giallo ambientato nella nostra terra, il Friuli, ritratto in tutte le sue affascinanti sfumature e contraddizioni. Si continua con la letteratura il 27 maggio sempre alle 18.30 a Vissandone con il libro, fresco di pubblicazione, di Stefano Montello “L’albero capovolto”, il racconto dell’esperienza vissuta dall’autore all’interno di una fattoria sociale, dove da molti anni vive a contatto con l’umanità misteriosa e spiazzante degli utenti che la abitano. A dialogare con l’autore, Simone Ciprian. I Luna e un quarto, uno dei gruppi più originali del panorama musicale friulano, saranno i protagonisti del concerto del 5 giugno alle 21.00 a Orgnano, un mix esplosivo e coinvolgente dalle sonorità etno folk, dove atmosfere mediterranee e musica popolare si fondono con arrugginite sonorità blues. A Villaorba, domenica 12 giugno alle 21.00, il Festival ospiterà Claudio Moretti, Elvio Scruzzi, Fabiano Fantini del Teatro Incerto, uno dei gruppi teatrali più amati e popolari della regione, che, insieme ad Alessandro Venier, racconteranno la storia, gli aneddoti e le gag più famose di oltre 30 anni di carriera, raccolti in un libro curato da Mauro Daltin e Alessandro Venier dal titolo “L’Incerto: un gruppo teatrale friulano”. Si torna a teatro sabato 18 giugno alle 21.00 con la locale compagnia dei Baracons, che, all’interno della corte di Villa Zamparo a Basiliano, metterà in scena lo spettacolo Dome cjacares, una commedia popolare in friulano, dove non mancheranno le situazioni esilaranti e i colpi di scena. E per il gran finale, previsto per il 24 giugno, è in programma un concerto musicale, con ospiti speciali, nella suggestiva cornice del colle di Variano.

L’ingresso per tutti gli eventi è libero.

Il programma dettagliato del Festival è disponibile sul sito www.rifrazioni.it
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Il Festival Rifrazioni è un’iniziativa promossa da Comune di Basiliano con il supporto di Pro Loco Variano in collaborazione con Pro Loco Basiliano, Pro Loco Blessano, Pro Loco Vissandone, Pro Loco Villaorba, Gruppp ANA Basiliano, Sportello Associazioni e con il sostegno di BCC di Basiliano e PIC – Progetto Integrato Cultura del Medio Friuli

Valentines approaching near: Love in Air

Valentines approaching near: Love in Air

Hello, my name is Ewala. I come from the planet Alawe, in the galaxy Ewala, in the universe Alawe.

But the point is I tried. If you think you need to go to the bakery, please do so now, because I do not want to be interrupted while I tell you my story. …but anyway, I have been thinking about my happiness lately and have come to the conclusion that I am happy. This is annoying. If you saw a chicken as happy as me, I’ll replace it, and give you a full refund… no questions asked!
But that’s not the point. The point is I am battery operated.
Well, actually I am not.

Frogs enjoying their time in summer

Frogs enjoying their time in summer

But that’s not the point. What is the point?

“The point is everyone should have my game and timetable! screamed someone who I subsequently smacked across the face and decapitated before sending him home in a cardboard box.
Before I introduce myself, let me share with you a story. A story about me, and how great I am. But first, I think it would be appropriate to introduce myself. I am going to do this soon.

Woman and sunset

Woman and sunset

So, it all started, in a smelly house, north of Wellington, south of Arizona and east of where you are sitting right now. It was a dark night, with no birds nor chickens, and it was raining a silent rain. There were too many stars to count, and not enough clouds to cover them. I like chickens. But anyway, what was I doing in this smelly house?

“I was laughing at the boxes of dog food with you, remember!?” said Stevens grandma, but she was wrong. What was I doing? That’s right, I was writing this story. Now back to the story.
I needed to find something, so looked for it, and the most amazing thing happened!
I FOUND IT!!!
Guess what it was??? it was a piece of crispy bacon, which I dropped last Christmas. I thought the dog ate it, but I guess it didnt. There were many things over there where I always looked for things, but I didn’t like them, so I don’t know why I was always looking for them. But this thing I did like. And this thing, it liked me right back in the face.
But I don’t like things that like me. They smell funny. So I made it friends with it, seduced it, then strangled it in the night and ate it’s flesh. The bacon wasn’t happy with this, and laughed itself to sleep. But then in the plane, he needed to go pee, so I laughed myself to sleep as he pissed himself to wake. He was definitely awake when the plane started to fall. He was definitely going to fall with the plane, and he was definitely going to get lost again. And lost he did get. Lost in the eternal sea of human sadness, lyrically beautiful without the physical countenance to outweigh it’s inherent irony.
And that was where he found himself, lost in an abysmal abyss… That was where he found himself.
Joe Lopo was a man of mild temperament, short stature, and had the goal to become the world’s fastest telephone eater. Though Lopo never knew even basic physics, he created a telescope capable of sighting the smallest hair on an alien who lived quite a few lightyears away. Joe Lopo quickly destroyed a large boulder and used the shattered remains to form eight small statues that strongly

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

resembled tiny creatures being or related to the water flea. He placed them in a circular pattern to form a sort of shrine and placed the telescope in the middle of it. He then channeled the power of the stone water fleas into the telescope to view the power of the heavens. He was in a trance with the beauty of the mysterious dimension and didn’t even notice the very large tornado heading toward him.
He was taken to new levels of excitement, when he found himself. Oh what a day…. Oh …what a day. But this was to be expected, because he was not just random. He was ranDom with a capital D. But anyway, who cares about the bacon, this story is about me.
Me and my eternal instructions of destruction from underneath. Me and my inherent understanding of the ways of the universe.

Me and my happiness.
Me and my sadness.
Me, and my bacon.

mountains-1327262_1280
Once upon a time in the land of Fliggimites lived a happy little thing by the name of Joseph. Joseph once decided to go on an adventure and go atop the great mountain of Floosh to annoy the red dragon. And so he left, with his pal, Gandaarghlee the wizard, to Mount Floosh. Along the way he stole the golden toe ring of a guy named Walmart, and met many trolls and elves and dwarves and other odd mutated humanoid creatures, including this one guy made out of bologna that we didn’t like very much, so we laughed at him and he was sad.
So we finally reached the mountan of Floosh and hiked up to the top. Then the red dragon appeared and tossed us in the firy lava pit on the top, which hurt a lot, but by some chance we won the battle and were very happy, and then we hiked back home, but Walmart trapped us and ate us.

Not a Real Lover of the Pets

Not a Real Lover of the Pets

Hello, my name is Ewala. I come from the planet Alawe, in the galaxy Ewala, in the universe Alawe.

But the point is I tried. If you think you need to go to the bakery, please do so now, because I do not want to be interrupted while I tell you my story. …but anyway, I have been thinking about my happiness lately and have come to the conclusion that I am happy. This is annoying. If you saw a chicken as happy as me, I’ll replace it, and give you a full refund… no questions asked!
But that’s not the point. The point is I am battery operated.
Well, actually I am not.

Frogs enjoying their time in summer

Frogs enjoying their time in summer

But that’s not the point. What is the point?

“The point is everyone should have my game and timetable! screamed someone who I subsequently smacked across the face and decapitated before sending him home in a cardboard box.
Before I introduce myself, let me share with you a story. A story about me, and how great I am. But first, I think it would be appropriate to introduce myself. I am going to do this soon.

Woman and sunset

Woman and sunset

So, it all started, in a smelly house, north of Wellington, south of Arizona and east of where you are sitting right now. It was a dark night, with no birds nor chickens, and it was raining a silent rain. There were too many stars to count, and not enough clouds to cover them. I like chickens. But anyway, what was I doing in this smelly house?

“I was laughing at the boxes of dog food with you, remember!?” said Stevens grandma, but she was wrong. What was I doing? That’s right, I was writing this story. Now back to the story.
I needed to find something, so looked for it, and the most amazing thing happened!
I FOUND IT!!!
Guess what it was??? it was a piece of crispy bacon, which I dropped last Christmas. I thought the dog ate it, but I guess it didnt. There were many things over there where I always looked for things, but I didn’t like them, so I don’t know why I was always looking for them. But this thing I did like. And this thing, it liked me right back in the face.
But I don’t like things that like me. They smell funny. So I made it friends with it, seduced it, then strangled it in the night and ate it’s flesh. The bacon wasn’t happy with this, and laughed itself to sleep. But then in the plane, he needed to go pee, so I laughed myself to sleep as he pissed himself to wake. He was definitely awake when the plane started to fall. He was definitely going to fall with the plane, and he was definitely going to get lost again. And lost he did get. Lost in the eternal sea of human sadness, lyrically beautiful without the physical countenance to outweigh it’s inherent irony.
And that was where he found himself, lost in an abysmal abyss… That was where he found himself.
Joe Lopo was a man of mild temperament, short stature, and had the goal to become the world’s fastest telephone eater. Though Lopo never knew even basic physics, he created a telescope capable of sighting the smallest hair on an alien who lived quite a few lightyears away. Joe Lopo quickly destroyed a large boulder and used the shattered remains to form eight small statues that strongly

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

resembled tiny creatures being or related to the water flea. He placed them in a circular pattern to form a sort of shrine and placed the telescope in the middle of it. He then channeled the power of the stone water fleas into the telescope to view the power of the heavens. He was in a trance with the beauty of the mysterious dimension and didn’t even notice the very large tornado heading toward him.
He was taken to new levels of excitement, when he found himself. Oh what a day…. Oh …what a day. But this was to be expected, because he was not just random. He was ranDom with a capital D. But anyway, who cares about the bacon, this story is about me.
Me and my eternal instructions of destruction from underneath. Me and my inherent understanding of the ways of the universe.

Me and my happiness.
Me and my sadness.
Me, and my bacon.

mountains-1327262_1280
Once upon a time in the land of Fliggimites lived a happy little thing by the name of Joseph. Joseph once decided to go on an adventure and go atop the great mountain of Floosh to annoy the red dragon. And so he left, with his pal, Gandaarghlee the wizard, to Mount Floosh. Along the way he stole the golden toe ring of a guy named Walmart, and met many trolls and elves and dwarves and other odd mutated humanoid creatures, including this one guy made out of bologna that we didn’t like very much, so we laughed at him and he was sad.
So we finally reached the mountan of Floosh and hiked up to the top. Then the red dragon appeared and tossed us in the firy lava pit on the top, which hurt a lot, but by some chance we won the battle and were very happy, and then we hiked back home, but Walmart trapped us and ate us.