Duluth Sister Cities International Posts

Lake Stories: A Collaboration of Russian and Native American Students

This past winter, Native American high school students from Duluth and high school students from Petrozavodsk, capital city of the Russian Republic of Karelia, worked together to create Lake Stories, a video project that takes a poetic look at the magic of Lake Superior and Lake Onega, the great lakes that lie next to their cities. The video is presented by Duluth Sister Cities International with support from Eurasia Foundation.

More info in the Duluth News Tribune story “Northland students find freshwater bond across borders.”

Duluth You & Me: Sister Cities

Duluth You & Me was published in 1993. Since then Duluth has added a fifth Sister City — Rania.

Vladimir Lobanov Demonstration

The Duluth Sister Cities program is hosting a delegation from Petrozavodsk, Russia this month, including a watercolor artist named Vladimir Lobanov. The Lake Superior Watercolor Society is sponsoring a free demo by Vladimir on Oct. 28 at the DAI Lincoln Building – social time from 6-6:30 p.m. followed by the demo. The event is free and open to the public.

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