November 17, 2015
The Nashua Experience: A Three-Decade Upgrade, 1978-2008 is on sale at the Nashua Public Library through December 31. Normally priced at $25, the book is available for holiday giving at just $15, or two copies for $25. And gift wrapping is included!
The Nashua Experience, written by three Nashua librarians, tells the story of the Best Place to Live in America awards, the growth of high-tech, the fight for a wetlands ordinance, the sesquicentennial celebration, and the high school project. You can even read about the unusual circumstances in which Jim Donchess became mayor the first time, in 1984, and see a picture of what he looked like at age 35.
You can read the table of contents and introduction of the book here.
The book is a perfect gift for anyone who lives—or has lived—in Nashua.
For more information, contact Carol at (603) 589-4610 or firstname.lastname@example.org.