Nashua kicks off its month-long celebration of French-speaking culture

Staff photo by Hannah LaClaire Nashua mayor Jim Donchess thanks Dominique Boutaud, who has been coordinating Francophonie events in the city for several years.
John Tousignant, executive director of the Franco-American Centre (center) makes some opening remarks before the Francophonie flag is raised by Dominique Boutaud (back). They are joined by Nashua mayor Jim Donchess and Adele Bouffard Baker, honorary consul of France from New Hampshire.

NASHUA – Bonjour, parlez-vous Francais? For nearly 220 million people worldwide, in more than 30 countries, the answer is a resounding, “oui.”

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