As Mayor of the City of Hendersonville and Honorary Chair of Hendersonville Sister Cities, I welcome you to our website. One of the main purposes of our Sister City Program is to open new dialogues with other cultures to improve our quality of life, through formalized relationships and informal partnerships within and outside of our community. Hendersonville is proud to be called "the friendliest city in America" and we open our arms to people of all backgrounds and cultures. In an increasingly global world, we strive to build bridges with our international neighbors, and to strengthen our civic, economic, and cultural ties. I invite you to explore our website, learn more about what we do, and to join us!
Barbara Glennon Volk
Mayor of Hendersonville
A sister city, county or state is an officially approved, long-term partnership between two communities, counties or states in two countries. A sister city, county or state relationship becomes official with a signing ceremony of the top-elected officials of the two local jurisdictions, following approval by the local city councils (county commissions or state legislatures), as appropriate. Sister Cities programs carry out many different types of activities and projects and generally involve local government, businesses, and a wide variety of citizen volunteers.
We welcome your interest! Please contact us for more information about what we do, and how you can get involved.
"Hendersonville Sister Cities, Inc. fosters international cooperation and understanding by promoting education and understanding of cultural differences, travel and social interaction, and economic cooperation through formalized international partnerships."
A wine-tasting to celebrate the growth of local vineyards and wineries will be hosted on Tuesday, June 4, 5:30-8 p.m., at Saint Paul Mountain Vineyard by Hendersonville Sister Cities. Cost is $30 per person. Reservations and checks must be received no later than May 28 at HSC,
The wine-tasting will pair wines produced at Saint Paul Mountain Vineyard with an array of catered foods for small plate tasting. Descriptions of the wines and pairings will be explained by staff, and participants may take home a Saint Paul Mountain Vineyard wine glass. News of HSC projects will be presented. The breath-taking view of the vineyards from the tasting room, and the company of fellow travelers and friends of Hendersonville Sister Cities will be a boon.
“This is a way of celebrating the exciting growth in
Hendersonville Sister Cities is a nonprofit organization formed in 2007 to foster and celebrate international cooperation and understanding through education, exploration of other cultures, travel, and social interaction.
Hendersonville Sister Cities hosts popular international dinners and events and programs about travel and other countries. The organization is a member of Sister Cities International, a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network seeking stronger economic and cultural ties at the municipal level between
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