Providing opportunity to experience other cultures through cultural, educational, and professional exchanges.
Redlands Sister Cities Association is a nonprofit volunteer organization that supports partnerships between the City of Redlands and international communities. We strive to promote cultural awareness and understanding within our community.
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Redlands Sister Cities Association is a non-profit organization that cooperates with the City of Redlands to foster increased international understanding and friendships.
The City of Redlands is located in Southern California approximately 60 miles east of Los Angeles. It is known for the high quality navel organs grown in the area, it many Victorian homes and it fine university.
The Redlands Sister City program began in 1963 when Hino, Japan, became our first Sister City. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, became our second Sister city in 1967.Read More
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October 7, 2015 |
Click Here to Download PDF File Join today with Redlands Sister Cities, take a peek or download our new flyer pamphlet! Redlands Sister Cities Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that cooperates with the City of Redlands to foster increased international understanding and friendships around the world....
May 8, 2015 |
Join Redlands Sister Cities on May 16th, 2015 at our upcoming Garage/ Yard sale completely open to the public and also a bonus pancake breakfast. This is a great place to find hidden treasures, furniture, knick knacks, and more. Gerrards Market 705 W Cypress Ave Redlands,...
February 2, 2015 |
Redlands Sister Cities Student Exchange Program June 2015 The Redlands Sister Cities Association is now accepting applications from students who are currently attending high school in Redlands, or who are between the ages of 14 through 19, to visit Redlands’ sister city of Hino, Japan. The home stay/visitation will be for approximately12 days, leaving around June 15, 2015 and returning around June 28, depending on airline reservations. During this time, students will be staying with host families, participating in the city’s cultural activities, and traveling to some historic sites in the country. Along with the application, students must submit an essay of 500 words or more about why they would like to visit Japan....