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February 2023

Hungarian Mardi Gras Party

February 19 @ 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

The Metroplex Magyar Cultural Circle invites you to a Hungarian Mardi Gras Party on Feb. 19! There will be games, dancing, music, and a costume contest.

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April 2023

Young Artists & Authors Showcase

April 3

Through the Young Artists and Authors Showcase students ages 13-18 have an opportunity to submit their art in six categories and receive cash prizes, as well as international recognition. Fort Worth Sister Cities International is holding the local Young Artists and Authors Showcase to choose student pieces to be submitted to the worldwide competition.

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May 2023

Japanese Children’s Day

May 6 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Free for kids under 12, Kodomo No Hi, Japanese Children’s Day, is a family-oriented community event to celebrate Japanese culture. Join us for martial arts demonstrations, games, Taiko drummers and calligraphy.

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The Experiment Digital

May 22 - July 2

Fort Worth Sister Cities International has an incredible opportunity for high school students (grades 9-12) to participate in a State Department sponsored program called the Experiment Digital. This program is scheduled for eight weeks for this summer and is free of charge and 100 percent digital.

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June 2023

From Munich to the Mosel

June 17 - June 26

Join Fort Worth Sister Cities International as we explore Germany! Discover castles, festivals, beer and wine – and amazingly generous and hospitable people.

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July 2023

Tricolore Youth Sports Games

July 22 - July 30

The Tricolore Youth Sports Games, held every four years in Fort Worth’s sister city, Reggio Emilia, Italy, began due to admiration for the world Olympic Games and their ability to create peace and unity among people.

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September 2023

The Harvest Moon Festival

September 29 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The Mid-Autumn or Harvest Moon Festival is a widely-celebrated holiday in China, and throughout Asia. On this night, it is said that the moon is at its brightest and fullest size, coinciding with the time of autumn harvest. Celebrate this 3,000 year old festival with moon cakes, lantern-making, poetry, music, and more!

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