Turkish Cultural Center is a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promote harmony in diverse cultural setting in the United States. Building and fostering a strong and lasting friendship.
A reception was organized to introduce Turkish Cultural Center Massachusetts`s new building to Boston Consulate and consular family on January,24. After Consul General of Boston Burak Kararti had made speech, all participants introduced themselves.
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What food-lover hasn't had a craving for a sinfully sweet and flaky baklava? West Springfield's Turkish Cultural Center is always teaching and members, Dilyara Celik and Melek Kocak are spicing up the kitchen with their take on a traditional Turkish food.
A delegation from the Turkish Cultural Center Boston and Peace Islands Institute, Massachusetts paid a goodwill visit to Governor Deval Patrick in his office. A group of state representatives who have recently been to a cultural trip to Turkey accompanied the delegation.
A group of Bostonian people some of whom are relatives, forty years old friends and even strangers never met before made a trip to the ancient lands of Turkey and to the seas of dialogue and friendship.
Turkish Cultural Center Massacushusetts (TCCMass) and Turkish American Bussines improvment and development ( Tabid New England) organized the 4th Annual Turkish Cultural Day at the Massachusetts State House on June 5th, 2013.
Representatives of Turkish-American community, including Vice President of Turkish Cultural Center Boston Murat Mutlu, were among a small group of high profile guests attended a dinner with the First Lady Michelle Obama
Joseph P. Kennedy III; Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino; US Representative Niki Tsongas; Newton Mayor Setti D. Warren; were among other attendees.
Turkish community representatives introduced the Turkish Cultural Center of Boston and expressed their support and gratefulness for all that Mr. Obama has been doing to promote global peace.