May 28th, 2015 in News

The Nicholas Sparks Foundation and One World Now are proud to announce that we will premiere a short film titled “Around the World in Raleigh” on Thursday, August 27 at 5:30pm at the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle, Washington.

In this film, seven high school students take each other to places that are important to their cultural backgrounds. In doing so, the students highlight and celebrate the diversity of Seattle. If you are in the Seattle area on August 27, come join us for an around the world journey…all without ever leaving Seattle.

The premiere will be organized by One World Now, a Seattle-based non-profit organization dedicated to providing language learning, leadership development, and study abroad opportunities to underserved high school students. For more information about the logistics of the premiere, or to purchase tickets, visit One World Now’s website.

This film will be the second of our “Around the World” series, following up on our successful partnership in Raleigh, North Carolina, with International Focus. Click here to watch the “Around the World in Raleigh” video online.