News

On December 5 many of our Members met in person (following New Mexico Health Department guidelines) to celebrate Winter Fest. The event was hosted and catered by the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, and attendees were able to sample the wonderful cuisine of IPCC’s Harvest Kitchen, including chips-salsa-guacamole, three kinds of savory meatballs, green chile quesadillas, blue corn pancakes, and several kinds of fruit and cheese.   Entertainment was provided by soloist Hannah Stephens, Spanish classical guitarist Ron Manginell, Shamisen performer Masahiro Kamei, and the Tierra Adento of New Mexico Flamenco Dancers. The entertainment was live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube for  those who attended virtually.   

Congratulations Richard Buckler

Congratulations Richard Buckler

Albuquerque Sister Cities Foundation (ASCF) would like to announce that Richard Buckler has received the Award of "Outstanding State Representative" by Sister Cities International! Richard's work mirrors SCI Mission to Promote Peace through People. He also serves as...

International Teas

International Teas

Our annual International Tea Events look different this year due to the current pandemic challenges. We have planned alternative events through our Facebook livestream that will feature two of the 10 Sister Cities each month beginning with February 21, 2021 through...

Travel Update

Travel Update

Please Note: Update on Travel- Due to the continued Covid-19 pandemic, there will not be any outbound or inbound trips. ASCF will be monitoring and following USA guidelines as well as their twin city/country’s guidelines for travel.