Below are links to various groups who share a common interest in various facets of French culture, language and heritage.
If you know of any other you would like to share with us, please send an email to [email protected]
Le Club Richelieu est activement engagé aux États-Unis avec divers chapitres locaux. Voici une liste, avec des liens internet, pour ceux du New Hampshire.
Le Club Richelieu de Manchester – renseignements : [email protected]
Le Club Richelieu de Nashua – renseignements : Facebook page.
Le Club Richelieu de New Bedford – renseignements : à venir
Dans le respect de ses valeurs et de sa devise, le Richelieu International a pour mission de faire la promotion de la francophonie à l’échelle internationale, nationale et locale, ainsi que d’être au service de la francophonie et de la jeunesse par des actions de type social, éducatif, culturel, politique à caractère non partisan et économique. Cette mission contribue à l’épanouissement des individus et des collectivités. Pour renseignements à l’extérieur des États-Unis : Richelieu
French Conversation Groups:
Free-Form Français – Hancock Public Library. For more information, please contact Hélène Laliberté Bickford [email protected]
Dis-moi French Conversation Meetup Group – Nashua, NH. For information : Dis-moi Meetup
Conversation et culture françaises – Dover (NH). For information : Conversation Dover Meetup
Language Discussion Groups – City of Portsmouth. French group meets Fridays at 1:30pm. For information: French discussion Portsmouth
Le rêve de Gagnon – French Canadians in Canada and the United States :
Ferdinand Gagnon (8 June 1849 – 15 April 1886) had a dream. Gagnon envisioned a national union of the French Canadians in Canada and the United States. He saw this union as something that would happen sooner or later and worked toward that goal.
This group is intended to continue Gagnon’s work and bring Québécois, Franco-Americans, French -Canadians, Acadians…whatever you refer to yourself as…together.
This group focuses on, but is not limited to facilitating genealogical research, as well as a fostering those interested in the French language of North America, and the music, art, customs and history of our people. Many Franco-Americans have taken a renewed interest in the situation in contemporary Québec, Acadia, and Francophonie throughout Canada. Many of us are asking: “Where do we really come from? And what does it all mean for us today?” Looking for answers? This group might be for you!
Everyone is welcome in our group. We already have some FANTASTIC MEMBERS as you will see. They are very helpful to each other and most friendly too!! It doesn’t matter where you live, come on in and make new friends and stay a while. We will HELP YOU in your research however, we cannot do your research for you. That is for you to do, we will do everything we possibly can to make it easier to find your next generation. If an Admin can’t help you, another member of the group may be able to.