November 17, 2018 – Sister Cities International Annual Conference 2019 – Kick-Off Reception and Fall Concert

Each year, the founding organization, Sister Cities International, selects a new host city for the prestigious Annual Conference, which highlights Sister Cities’ mission. Houston has been selected to host the 2019 Sister Cities International Annual Conference. In preparation for this opportunity, join us as a sponsor and attendee on November 17, 2018 at Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH). Our celebration will include Sister Cities of Houston’s Fall Concert and SCI Annual Conference VIP Kick-off Reception, where we will celebrate how arts and culture has empowered us to communicate across communities. Sponsors of this event can receive access to and recognition during next year’s Annual Conference. See flyer for more information.

2019 Sister Cities International Annual Young Artists Showcase – Theme: Global Citizens: Resilient Communities

For entry and submission guidelines, please see the below documents:

2019-Young-Authors-Guidelines-and-Entry-Form
2019-Photography-Entry-Form-and-Guidelines

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  • Houston-Leipzig Sister City Association – Leipzig in Houston – All Bach Organ Concert
    All day
    2017.10.02

    ALL-BACH ORGAN CONCERT
    7:30 | Free-will offering

    First Evangelical
    Lutheran Church
    1311 Holman Street

    Leipzig in Houston is a festival celebrating both cities’ arts and cultures. The concept arose from “Little Leipzig Week”, founded by former Bach Society Houston director Albert LeDoux in 2010, as a way to honor the city in which J.S. Bach wrote his most important music. Since then, Little Leipzig Week has grown, and in 2016 will begin its first year as a full festival over 10 days, involving 10 organizations with ties to both cities.

    Leipzig in Houston – September 25th through October 2nd

    Click here for more information

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  • Houston-Leipzig – talk with German Consul Thomas H. Meister and German Parliament Member.
    All day
    2017.10.05

    Houston-Leipzig will be attending a stimulating talk with German Consul General Thomas H. Meister and Member of German Parliament, MdB Dagmar Freitag (SPD), also Chairperson of the Parliamentary Group USA, about the recent elections in Germany on Thursday, October 5, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. at L’Alliance Française, 427 Lovett Boulevard, Houston, TX 77006.

    After Germany’s elections, the conservatives (CDU/CSU) under Chancellor Merkel incurred their worst loss since 1949, but together are still the largest party coalition in the Bundestag. The second largest party, the Social Democrats (SPD), former coalition partner of the CDU, had its worst loss ever, and now becomes the leading opposition party. The right-wing, populist party Alternative for Germany (AfD), won an unprecedented 13% of votes, and also will be represented in the new Bundestag.

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  • Consular Ball
    6:00 pm-3:58 pm
    2017.10.14-2018.04.27

    Sister Cities of Houston President Harry Gee and Sister Cities Houston Board Member Lina Corinth attended this year’s Consular Ball on Saturday October 14th at the Ballroom at Bayou Place. In attendance were Honorary Consul Generals, other dignitaries, state and local representatives and Houston Mayor, Sylvester Turner.

    L-R: Mayor Turner, Honorary Consul General of the Ivory Coast and President of Sister Cities Houston, Harry Gee.

    L-R: Mayor Turner, Kenneth Li, friends, Honorary Consul General of the Ivory Coast and Harry Gee, President of Sister Cities Houston.

    L-R: Mayor Turner and Lina Corinth, Sister Cities Houston Boardmember.

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  • Sister Cities of Houston – October Board Meeting
    All day
    2017.10.31

    East West Bank/Conference Room – On the last Tuesday of each month, the Board of Directors of Sister Cities of Houston meet to discuss ongoing business and initiatives. The Board is composed of five elected members of the Executive Committee, four at large board members and one ex officio representative from each Sister City organization.

  • Sister Cities of Houston – October Board Meeting
    All day
    2017.10.31

    East West Bank/Conference Room – On the last Tuesday of each month, the Board of Directors of Sister Cities of Houston meet to discuss ongoing business and initiatives. The Board is composed of five elected members of the Executive Committee, four at large board members and one ex officio representative from each Sister City organization.

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