Join us on the mezzanine level of the Nordic Heritage Museum to review the 2016 SBSCA program highlights and help shape the program for the 2017 Fifty-Year Jubilee, followed by the nomination and election of officers. Enjoy a slideshow presentation from Bergen and light refreshments in the tradition of Norwegian hospitality.
Following the meeting, experience the gallery exhibit “People, Places, Changing Lands: The Photography of Anders Beer Wilse,” turn-of-the-century scenes from Norway and the Pacific Northwest. Free admission for SBSCA meeting participants.
Extend your stay at the museum for the season opening of the Mostly Nordic concert series with “From Surf to Turf,” featuring the music of Iceland, followed by a smorgasbord buffet. For more information, ticket prices and group reservations, please email the SBSCA (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the museum directly at (206) 789-5707.
Space at the annual meeting is limited, so please reserve your seat(s) early. You may also pay your annual dues or contribute to our Fifty-Year Jubilee fund online. Please note that the SBSCA is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.
Thank you for your generous support - we look forward to a fabulous year in 2017!
Why join the SBSCA?
The Seattle-Bergen Sister City Assocation has emerged as one of the most vibrant Northwest Nordic organizations in recent years with an outreach that extends into the broader Seattle community. Not only do we offer programs to enrich your knowledge and experience of Bergen, Hordaland and Norway, we also build direct connections between the cities of Seattle and Bergen across multiple disciplines. To make our programs widely accessible, most of the them are free or very low in cost -- and here we rely on your support. As a member, you also gain an active voice in shaping our agenda and offerings and make an importance difference in people-to-people diplomacy within the larger framework of Sister Cities International.
Can anyone join?
Our organization is open to anyone who has an interest in the mission of Sister Cities International, Bergen and Norway, or representing the City of Seattle as a citizen diplomat.
Where do I park at the musuem to attend the meeting?
There is free parking in the Nordic Heritage Museum lot. If you need assistance with your transportation arrangements, please contact us at the email address below.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?