Hosted by Sister Cities of Durham
We Went Live, 9:00 am, Saturday, October 17,
and the Festival is available through Dec. 31:
Join us for virtual presentations about the many international groups in Durham
and our links with Cities and Countries around the world, including
Durham's 9 Sister Cities, plus 18 other nations represented in Durham.
Explore culture of cities and countries, view performers, and learn about tourism opportunities.
For Information, Contact:
Brady Surles, Executive Director, Sister Cities of Durham
We enjoyed being a part of Durham's 2019 Holiday Parade. We had 9 nations with flags, banners, and dancers.
Our Celaya, Mexico group was colorful in the Parade, with their flag and car decorations. Their group included 4 dancers.
We strive to develop a peaceful world, with mutual understanding and cooperation, one person and one community at a time.
Our Mission: We partner with the City of Durham to organize and promote Sister Cities activities for Durham residents and to establish international Sister Cities relationships.
Pictured is our sign and the Sister Cities Peace Grove of Trees at Durham Central Park. The Grove of Trees will eventually include trees representing all our Sister Cities.
Durham students welcome visiting students from our Sister Cities at RDU airport.
We invite you to join us in Sister Cities of Durham to promote a greater understanding of Durham's international connections.
Annual Membership Dues:
-- Family Membership $35
-- Individual Membership $20
-- Student Membership $10
Also Life Time Membership $300
Payment can be made:
-- on our PayPal button on this page;
-- or Mail checks to:
Sister Cities of Durham
PO Box 767; Durham, NC 27702
Thanks for supporting Sister Cities of Durham
Each year Sister Cities recognizes individuals and organizations with the Mayor's Award for "Promoting International Understanding". Pictured are some of the recipients of this annual award at our Annual Meeting in Oct.