Category Archives: Cultural Nights




The Cultural Nights take place every month to bring attention to the historical milestones, customs, traditions of Turkish culture. TCC staff and volunteers are able to express their unique culture through Turkish cousin, Turkish Coffee, Turkish baklava, folk dance, spoken word, skits, and other creative media. Some of the cultural nights are as follows: Turkish Coffee Nights, Henna Nights, Turkish Manti  Nights, Hajivat Karagoz Nights, etc.

Cultural Night with Young Peace Builders at TCC Brooklyn

Cultural Night with Young Peace Builders at TCC Brooklyn

Considering the environment of the world in this century, it is important to be familiar with a variety of different cultures and practices in order to establish a basic trust, friendship and dialogue with everyone ...

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Coffee Night at Syracuse Turkish Center

Coffee Night at Syracuse Turkish Center

Turkish Center at Syracuse held usual Coffee Night event on November 19. The event’s featuring topic is Global Water Crisis around the world. The guest speaker for the event was Dr. Farhana Sultana, faculty of ...

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Syracuse Celebrated The Children’s Festival and Turkish Day on April 23

Syracuse Celebrated The Children’s Festival and Turkish Day on April 23

Turkish Cultural Center – Syracuse (TCCS) and Turkish Student Association (TSA) collaborated to organize The Children’s Festival and Turkish Day in Syracuse on the occasion of April 23rd, National Sovereignty Day. The event began with ...

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Coffe Night at TCC Syracuse “The Legacy Of Dr. King”

Coffe Night at TCC Syracuse “The Legacy Of Dr. King”

“Turkish Cultural Center-Syracuse organized a special coffee night dedicated to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. The event was attended by the Turkish-American community and the broader Syracuse community. Professor Mark Muhammad of Onondaga ...

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