Sister City


  • 1:30 pm
  • Second Tuesday of Each Month
  • Civic Center Burkett Community Room
    152 West Cedar Street
    Sequim, WA 98382

About the Sister City Association

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed on October 31, 1992, with Yamasaki, Japan. The Sister City Association was formed to:

  • Promote friendship and mutual understanding between our communities
  • Coordinate student educational exchanges
  • Support the Friendship Garden               

Yamasaki, Japan, joined with five other cities to form Shiso City, Japan. A new Sister City agreement was signed with Shiso City in 2004.

Download the Brochure to learn more!

Become a Member

If you have an interest in planning cultural events and student exchanges, fundraising, gardening, or just getting involved, you are invited to attend a Sister City Association meeting, which is open to everyone. To join or find out more information about the Sequim-Shiso Sister City Association, attend our next meeting or email Sequim Sister City.

Garden Photo

Garden photo by Jan Danford, Sister City Association Vice President