• February 9th - Peace Concert
  • February 10th - Jazz Concert & Quito Celebration
  • February 15th - Visual Tour & Tamale Celebration

Feb 9 - Peace Concert

Peace Concert Flyer

The Peace Concert is presented annually in celebration of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week which is observed during the first week of February.

This concert is a multi-cultural affair for global peace presented by Interfaith Paths to Peace in partnership with Sister Cities of Louisville. Featuring ensemble and choir performances by musicians of diverse faiths, nationalities, and cultures. Led by renowned jazz pianist, Harry Pickens. We hope the concert will promote inter-religious and intercultural dialogue for global unity and peace through music. There are many who seek to divide us -- this concert intends to bring us all together as one -- regardless of our faiths, traditions, or backgrounds.
The concert will take place on Saturday evening, February 9th 6-8p at Saint Paul United Methodist Church. Tickets are $15.
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Feb 10 - A Gathering: Ecuador Jazz

A Gathering: Ecuador Jazz flyer

Groove to music from Ecuador, learn about our Sister City relationship, and find out how you can be part of the fun!

Join us for a concert and evening of celebration, culture, and connection-making as we welcome students and faculty from Quito’s Universidad de Las Américas (UDLA) to Louisville. The Schools of Music at both the University of Louisville and UDLA are running an exchange program with students and faculty; UDLA students are in town to participate in UofL’s JazzFest and perform in local schools.

The kick-off celebration is Sunday, February 10th 5-7:30p in a private home in Old Louisville (1401 S. 6th Street). Short presentations on the history of the Louisville-Quito sister city relationship and general information in Ecuador precede the concert. All tickets include concert, wine, and small bites. Tickets are $10. Hurry now - tickets are limited to the first 75 people!

The Louisville-Quito Sister City relationship, is one of the oldest South American Sister City relationships in the country – now in its 57th year! Meet new friends and old as we welcome & grove to music from musicians from Quito's Universidad de Las Américas.

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Feb 15 - Love Ghana, a visual tour

Love Ghana

Sister Cities of Louisville’s Cultural Ambassador Intern to Ghana, Cameren Golden, will relate her experience living in Ghana through a visual tour complete with African food and wine on Friday, February 15th 6-9p in the Community Room at Kosair Charities (982 Eastern Parkway). ALL Tickets include Ghanaian dinner and two glasses of South African wine. Tickets are $10. Hurry now - tickets are limited to the first 100 people!

The Louisville-Tamale Sister City relationship, one of the oldest African Sister City relationships in the country, is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year! This relationship was partly founded to create a positive impact in the Northern Region of Ghana and to improve Louisville’s knowledge of the people of Africa.

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