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.

EVENTS CALENDAR

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June 11 – June 17

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  • 11
    11.June.Monday
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    12.June.Tuesday
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  • 13
    13.June.Wednesday
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  • 14
    14.June.Thursday

    Houston-Leipzig – At the Movies

    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2018.06.14

    Save the date for June 14, 2018 at 7:30 pm.

    More details to be announced.

  • 15
    15.June.Friday
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    16.June.Saturday
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  • 17
    17.June.Sunday

    Houston-Leipzig – Movie Night in June at the MFAH

    All day
    2018.06.17

    June 3, 5:00 p.m. or June 17, 5:00 p.m.: Western – a slow-burning thriller that adapts the Western genre to the discontent of contemporary Europe. German, English subtitles.

    “The Germans are sent to a region that should be comprehensible to them — they’re still in the EU, after all — but over which they struggle to assert their superiority.”

    A slow-burning thriller, Western follows German construction workers installing a hydroelectric plant in rural Bulgaria. Tensions mount when bold newcomer Meinhard begins mixing with the local villagers. The two groups share a troubled history: Can they learn to trust each other—or is the stage being set for a showdown? Writer-director Valeska Grisebach has been widely praised for her skill at adapting the Western genre to the discontent of contemporary Europe.