The Valladolid and San Cristóbal Committees
invite you to join us for
Ocho de Mayo: A Celebration of Mexico
Friday, May 8 from 7-9:30pm
33 Page Ave., Downtown Asheville
(Event Flier | Facebook Invitation)
- Mexican Guitar Music by Michael Luchtan
- Mexican Folk Dance Demo
- Great Food and Beverages
- Info on Upcoming Committee Events & Activities
SISTER CITIES ARTICLE IN OUR STATE
Check out this excellent article in Our State magazine about North Carolina’s Sister Cities organizations. It talks about the work our Osogbo committee has done in our Sister City in Nigeria. Want to get involved? Visit our Events & Committee Meetings page to learn more.
FRENCH CONVERSATION GROUP
Each Thursday from 12:30-1:30 p.m., Asheville Sister Cities hosts an informal French conversation group, Club Jeudi, at the office at 33 Page Ave. (across from The Grove Arcade). All levels are welcome to come and practice their spoken French. There are no rules or expectations except that everyone speaks only French – no matter how imperfectly – during the hour. Usually a native speaker or people who have lived in France are on hand to help out. Club Jeudi often reads excerpts from books out loud just to help warm up the lips and help the pronunciation. Doors open at 12:30. Feel free to bring your lunch. Please email Phyllis Cook for more information.
SAN CRISTÓBAL COMMITTEE MEETING & POTLUCK
The next meeting of the San Cristóbal committee will be Friday, April 17th at 6pm at the home of Gwen and Carroll Hughes. Please bring a potluck item and your favorite beverage. We’ll be discussing our Cinco de Mayo event (scheduled for el Ocho de Mayo — May 8), which we’ll need volunteers for, and a tentative delegation trip to San Cristóbal in August of this year. For directions, please RSVP to Greg Clemons. We hope to see you there!
DELEGATION TO VALLADOLID
The Valladolid Committee is planning a delegation to this beautiful Sister City from June 16-23. Email committee chair Karon Korp for more information.
Welcome to Asheville Sister Cities, Inc.! We are a non-profit organization that serves to promote international awareness and maintain relations with Asheville’s sister cities of Vladikavkaz, Russia; San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico; Saumur, France; Karpenisi, Greece; Valladolid, Mexico; and Osogbo, Nigeria.
Join us for international films, performances, travel opportunities, food and wine tastings, and a chance to promote peace through global friendship.
THANK YOU TO OUR CORPORATE MEMBERS
Asheville Chapter of the Links, Inc. • The Brite Agency • The Captain’s Bookshelf
Ira B. Jones Elementary School • Metro Wines
Lenoir-Rhyne University – Center for Graduate Studies of Asheville