Looking to connect with French culture? Whether it’s music, stories of yesteryear, how trends are changing, etc., These organizations and sites might just have what you’re looking for!
French Music – Sundays 9am – 12pm
A three-hour show featuring French-language music in a mix of various genres: Québécois country western tunes, peppy traditional and neo-traditional folklore, chansons in Cajun and Acadian styles, spiritual as well as smooth popular songs from around the francophonie world … for the folks “at home” (“Chez-Nous”). Click to listen!
Moderne Francos is a lifestyle blog with a French twist written by Mélody Desjardins. Mélody is a lover of French culture and a writer who believes in the lesser-known world of Franco-American culture to the mainstream. She loves taking a creative spin on French topics. Combining the Franco-American experience, French lifestyle, fashion, recipes and DIYs, her blog offers something for everyone.
Find out for yourself at her website: Moderne Francos
NOUS est un institut culturel situé à La Nouvelle-Orléans, dédié à la promotion des langues et cultures françaises et créoles de Louisiane, ainsi qu’au développement d’échanges entre les États-Unis et l’ensemble du monde francophone. Pour plus de détails, visitez notre site web : NOUS Foundation
NOUS is a cultural institute in New Orleans dedicated to promoting French & Creole and to facilitating exchange between the United States and the Francophone world. To learn more, check out their website: NOUS Foundation
The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire is a non-profit, non-partisan organization fostering learning, discussion and citizen involvement in world affairs since 1954. The Council is preparing the Granite State for a global future by creating and sustaining international connections that enhance our state’s cultural, economic and civic life; building global knowledge and understanding through educational programs for communities and schools on foreign policy; and furthering the development of international leaders in partnership with the U.S. State Department.
For information, programs and events, visit WACNH.org