In 1837, the notary Alphonse Daloz purchased the land comprising Le Touquet. At that time, Le … [Continue Reading]


The source from which Markham draws its name is rich in both resonance and history. In 1791, the … [Continue Reading]

Markham Ontario, Canada

Hsinchu is located in the northwestern part of Taiwan. The city is on the vital north-south freeway … [Continue Reading]

Hsinchu, Taiwan

County Meath is traditionally known as the “Royal County” because it contains the seat of the … [Continue Reading]

County Meath countryside
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Meet Your Sister Cities

Sister Cities of Cary is starting a year-long program in 2015 called "Meet Your Sister Cities".  It's designed to let more Cary residents know that, first of all, Cary HAS Sister Cities, and secondly who they are, what makes them interesting and how they became Sister Cities. Our first Sister City to meet is County Meath, Ireland, or Contae na … [Read More...]


Cary’s Ceilidh Returns!

Last year's first Ceilidh at The Cary was such a success (it sold out two weeks in advance) that we are moving it up to the larger Cary Arts Center this year. The format will be the same - an evening of Irish and Scottish music celebrating the rich Celtic culture here in Cary.  All of the musicians are local.  The dancers might be the children of … [Read More...]


Sister Cities of Cary has hosted the following art exhibits and cultural programs supported in part by grants from the Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival, a Cary-based festival supporting local arts and non-profit organizations and activities.
  • 2014 Ceilidh At The Cary
  • 2013 and 2014: International Children’s Day Festival of Cary
  • 2013:  ARTQUILTSrivers Quilt Exhibit at the Cary Arts Center
  • 2011: “Taiwan Sublime” photographic exhibition at Cary Town Hall Campus.