In collaboration with the Consulate General of Mexico, the Austin-Saltillo Sister City Committee, the City of Austin, Univision, the State Preservation Board, and the Mexican American Legislative Caucus, Austin’s annual Fiesta de El Grito de Independencia is a musical celebration and historical re-enactment of Mexico’s call for independence from Spain.
Proud to call Mexican Entrepreneur Association (AEM) a member of Austin-Saltillo Sister Cities:
Join us for lunch to celebrate AEM’s partnership with Literacy First, and learn about how we are helping local Austin children from predominantly low-income Hispanic families who are struggling to read.
Please join us at the upcoming Austin Saltillo Sister Cities Meeting! Details below:
When: March, 11th from 4pm-5:30pm
Where: Austin City Hall (301 w 2nd St) , RM 1027
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See you there!
On behalf of the Austin-Saltillo Sister Cities Association, we invite you to join us in celebrating 50 years of friendship between Austin and Saltillo at the Gala De Oro on Saturday, November 10, 2018.
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Join the Austin-Saltillo Sister Cities Association and Mexic-Arte Museum on Friday, November 9 from 6-9pm for a special reception and presentation of "50 Years of Friendship and Memories". The book chronicles the past five decades of friendship, respect, and mutual exchange between Sister Cities Austin, Texas and Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. There will be complementary beverages and antojitos.
Join Mexic-Arte Museum for the opening reception of our upcoming exhibitions
Viva la Vida: Celebrating 35 Years of Mexic-Arte Museum’s Día de los Muertos and Danzas Matlachines: Tesoros y Patrimonio Cultural, Las Tradiciónes Continúan. There will be Antojitos, live music and drinks to enjoy.
Austin Sister Cities is bringing a group of Mexican bilingual story tellers to Austin from Saltillo on Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14. We are looking for teachers and students from grade 1 to 12 that are interested in Mexican folk stories, Spanish language and international relations. Story times slots are approximately 30 minutes and can be scheduled for either day between 10am and 5pm. This community program is supported by Austin Sister Cities and Mexic-Arte Museum. There is no cost to participa
Since the declaration of Saltillo Day in Austin and Austin Day in Saltillo in 2017, our two cities are celebrating friendship with a special day dedicated to international understanding. Join us in Saltillo, Mexico on July 25, 2018 for Austin Day in Saltillo.