Istanbul Cultural Center organized an Eid Celebration at its new location in Birmingham AL. Guests came together to enjoy meal and celebrated this happy day. The event was especially remarkable for kids. They enjoyed not only at the water inflatables but also at the stage where ICC volunteers distributed gifts.
Turkish American Day at the Capitol
We celebrated Turkish -American Day at Montgomery Capitol
GRAND OPENING was a great success! We had a great time on Feb 25, 2013 at the Grand Opening. Everyone enjoyed Turkish Cuisine, Traditional Turkish Art Performance and Special Live Music Performance
Istanbul Cultural Center is greatly saddened by the car bombings in Reyhanli, Turkey on May 11, 2013. We are disturbed by and condemn these radical actions that caused the death of 51 and injured over a hundred more. Our thoughts and prayers are with victims of these events as well as their families.
If you would like to know more about the tragic events in Reyhanli, please visit the following link:
Istanbul Cultural Center deeply saddened by Boston Marathon bombing.
We condemn the outrageous and shocking bombings at Boston Marathon. We are deeply saddened at this grave tragedy and at the loss of lives of innocent people. Our prayers and hearts are with the victims of this tragic event and their families.
DSS: Role of Turkey in Promoting Global Peace
Peace Valley Foundation and Turkish Student Association organized Distinguished Speaker Series at the Ferguson Center, Room 309 at The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Thursday, November 8th, 2012
Topic was "Role of Turkey in Promoting Global Peace"
Speaker: Dr. James Bowley; Professor of Religious Studies at Millsaps College
Master of Ceremony: Dr. İbrahim Çemen; Chair and Professor at Dept. of Geological Sciences
Distinguished Speaker Series - Tuscaloosa
DSS - Distinguished Speaker Series - Tuscaloosa
Peace Valley Foundation and Turkish Student Association organized Distinguished Speaker Series at the Universty of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Topic was "Turkey and the Ottoman Empire in European History"
2nd Annual Turkish American Day at the Alabama Capitol
Montgomery (February 23, 2012) – The 2nd Annual Turkish American Day at the Alabama Capitol took place at the Alabama State Capitol Building on Thursday, February 23rd 2012 from 10:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. This unique program – free and open to the public - introduced Alabama Senators, Representatives, staff and the community to Turkish culture through fabulous food, fun, Turkish Music performance and cultural exhibitions.
Turkish Tea Night
Peace Valley Foundation and Turkish Student Organization organized Turkish Tea Night at University of South Alabama. There were live demonstration and video about how to
prepare Turkish Hot Tea. At the end of the night, guests tasted Turkish Hot Tea and enjoyed traditional Turkish Baklava & Delight.