March 14, 2018
“French-Speaking Culture in the Granite State” is on display at the Nashua Public Library until March 30.
Originally exhibited at Castle in the Clouds in 2016, the show explains the history and impact of French speakers in New Hampshire from the 19th century to the present.
The Franco American Centre, Plymouth State University, and Castle in the Clouds created the exhibit, interviewing and photographing everyday people throughout the state.
The show is part of Francophonie, a worldwide, month-long celebration of the French language and the countries where it’s spoken. Additional Francophonie events at the library are listed at www.tinyurl.com/nplfrancophonie.
The exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours.