Rockville Sister City Corporation
WELCOME! WILLKOMMEN ! 欢迎 (huan ying)! 歡迎!
This is the official site of the Rockville Sister City Corporation (RSCC) in Rockville, Maryland, representing a long-standing relationship between the people of Rockville, Maryland and the people of Pinneberg, Germany. The relationship was established in 1957. Rockville developed a Friendship City Relationship with the city of Jiaxing, China in 2009.
JIAXING SUMMER LECTURE SERIES
The Rockville Sister City Corporation Jiaxing Committee will present a summer lecture series in July titled, “The Three Waves of Jewish Emigrants to China - Shanghai and Harbin.” It will be a two-part lecture by renowned author, Liliane Willens.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
July 12, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Lecture on Jewish Emigration to Shanghai
July 26, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Lecture on Jewish Emigration to Harbin
Rockville-Pinneberg 60th Anniversary - 2017 !
For an amazing 60 years Pinneberg and Rockville have maintained a meaningful and intense friendship. The initiators were former mayors Henry Glissmann (SPD) and Dickran Hovsepian. The German-American Society Rockville-Pinneberg, founded in 1984, is under the leadership of Bernd Hinrichs since 2007. The Pinneberg City leadership has dedicated a Rockville Room at City Hall. The corresponding organization in Rockville was founded in 1983 under the name of Rockville Sister City Corporation.
READY FOR CHRISTMAS ?
German Toy Exhibit in November and December 2018
We are planning a special exhibit about German toys from the 19th centry to the present in the weeks preceding Christmas! Germany has been known as the country of toy makers since the late Middle Ages - from dolls to wooden figurines, tin soldiers to trains, German-made toys dominated the market, and American toy sellers ordered their items from illustrated catalogues.
How can you help us? We are currently gathering items for our exhibit, and if you think that you can make a contribution - either a temporary loan or a permanent donation - please email Katja Sipple at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-467-5000 At the German-American Heritage Museum https://gahmusa.org/