Secretary General Denis Ricard To Attend Philadelphia World Heritage Solidarity Day Celebration on September 8, 2016

Graziella Dinuzzo, GPA As you know by now, Philadelphia is the First US City to become a member of the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC) and we are celebrating our first Solidarity Day on September 8th.  Every September 8th, over 266 member cities of the OWHC celebrate “Solidarity Day of the World Heritage Cities” to commemorate our designation. 

This is Philly’s first and we are having one of the region’s largest international gatherings at the Crystal Tea Room on September 8th.

Secretary General of the OWHC, Denis Ricard could attend any of the Solidary Day celebrations around the world – but he has chosen to join us!

Also joining us is Chris Mathews, host of MSNBC “Hardball with Chris Mathews” and other special international guests.

Please click here to get your ticket today and join over 350 attendees who will be making history with us on September 8th.

What is Philadelphia World Heritage City? Our mission statement says it all:

As a World Heritage City, we will work together to attract people to visit, invest, work, study and live in the region, promote preservation and stewardship of our historical and cultural assets, and inspire citizens to feel confident and proud of our place in the global community.