April 25th-Savoring Sister Cities
Savor the Experience!
5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Greenwood Cultural Center
Thanks to Co-chairs Johnna Yoder and Judy Glenn for making the 2013 event such a great success!
This is one of TGA's most popular events, and why not?
It featured the cuisine of our 8 Sisters Cities, great entertainment, including a rock band from Tiberias, Israel, and more fun, like a Restaurant Pull!
Sister City International Coffee Event at City Hall-2012
What is a Sister City?
When a community of any size decides to join with a community in another nation to learn more about one another, and to develop friendly meaningful exchanges, the two communities propose a formal affiliation leading to official designation as "Sister Cities."
Sister Cities Mission
Tulsa Global Alliance strives to build global cooperation at the municipal level, promote cultural understanding and stimulate economic development.
If you are interested in learning more about Sister Cities, visit www.sister-cities.org
Tulsa Global Alliance manages Tulsa’s eight Sister City partnerships (see map in the HOME page) connecting cultures through friendships, business and cultural alliances, student and teacher exchanges, sports and other activities.
About Savoring Sister Cities event
Tulsa Global Alliance (TGA) organizes, every year, the Savoring Sister Cities event to encourage citizens to experience and explore other cultures. TGA provides a great opportunity or everybody to learn about Tulsa' sister cities. TGA creates an environment where all citizens can enjoy different entertainments and shows while having a great dish from France, China, Germany, Taiwan, Mexico, Israel, Japan and Russia.
If you are a curious person, if you enjoy learning about others cultures and traditions and you love international food, you should save the date for the next Savoring Sister Cities event!
If you want to volunteer in this event, you can sign up online now!
2012 Sister Cities International Showcase Art Contest
This year's theme: Youth as the Catalyst for Change
Participants must be between 13 and 18 years of age at the time the entries are due on April 29, 2012. One U.S. artist and one international artist will be awarded a complimentary registration for the 2011 Regional Conference in Riverside, CA, along with $1,000 toward airfare to the conference or as a cash prize. Read more about it on our website. Click here for registration form and details
We've had winners from the Tulsa area before!
2010 Young Artists and Authors Showcase
For the past 22 years, youth ages 13 to 18 from U.S. Sister Cities and their international partners have participated in the Young Artists and Authors Showcase.
One of the finalists, in the 2010 Young Authors and Artists Showcase, is Su Xi from Tulsa's Sister City of Beihai, China. Congrats to him and all the winners! See more!