Global Citizen Diplomacy of 21st Century — one individual, one city at a time
If you plan to be in or near Avignon, France this weekend, check out their Fête de la Musique. All performances are free. Click here or on the brochure cover below for details.
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Adrift (Choi Voi)
Followed by discussion with Director, Bùi Thac Chuyên
April 11, 7:00 P.M.
212 York Street
See http://www.yale.edu/seas/Adrift for synopsis, trailer, reviews
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I am excited that New Haven Sister Cities’ first happy hour will be held July 14, in honor of Bastille Day, France’s national holiday, at Union League Café, 1032 Chapel Street in New Haven. Light hors d’oeuvres will be provided. This will be a fun opportunity to…Continue
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Fifteen people representing the City of New Haven have arrived in Hue for the start of the 2011 Traditional Handcrafts Festival and meetings with City of Hue officials. Barbara Lamb, president of NH Sister Cities, Chair of the Hue-NH Committee and Director of the Dept of Cultural Affairs for the City of New Haven is being accompanied by Kelly Murphy, New Haven's Economic Development Administrator and 13 other individuals with ties to New Haven and interest in the relationship with…Continue
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|By City of New Haven
|New Haven, CT - Detailed figures released by the United States Census Bureau show New Haven added 6,153 new residents over the past decade, a population…|
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Sister Cities International's New England Regional Meeting
February 18, 2011
“Navigating the Visa Process: Best Practices”
Registration is Complimentary and Lunch will be Provided
This meeting will provide…Continue
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New Haven Register published an article by Jim Shelton about new developments within New Haven Sister Cities.
New Haven wants to be the city of sisterly love again.…
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New Haven Sister Cities is excited to be represented at Edgewood Magnet School's 5th Annual International Night- January 27, 2011, 6PM-8PM!
We'll take part in the exhibit of countries, with a potluck dinner and entertainment.
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2011 Young Artists and Authors Showcase entry forms and guidelines are now available!Continue
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ALLAN APPEL PHOTO
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I was appointed chairwoman of The Amalfi-New Haven Sister City Committee by former Mayor Biagio DiLieto in 1983. My roots are from Amalfi, with both my parents born there, and I have been involved in fundraising for the…Continue
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This weekend, thanks to over 30 years of effort by Theresa Argento, New Haven will become more Amalfitani than Amalfi.
Since 1975, Argento has been organizing the annual St. Andrew Festival in Wooster Square, a…
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Althea Norcott, the City Committee Chair, with with members of the National Organization of Sierra Leoneans in North America, after winning a service award.Continue
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