Mémère Project founder Nick Lucey (2nd from left) with (from left to right) Tony Brinkley, Lisa Desjardins Michaud and Jacob Albert of the University of Maine’s Franco-American Centre Franco-Américain. The center was founded in 1972 by Franco-American students and community volunteers. It’s purpose is to introduce and integrate the Maine, regional and U.S. Franco-American Fact […]
The Mémère Project Podcast is now up and running. You can listen to them via the website at memere.org/podcasts or subscribe via iTunes from your computer or mobile device. The first upload, an introduction to the Mémère Project by founder Nick Lucey, is available for your listening pleasure. Thanks for supporting the Mémère Project!
Le projet Mémère project is now up and running on the world’s largest social media website, Facebook. If you enjoy Facebook like we do, please go to https://www.facebook.com/memereproject and like our page! Thank you for supporting our project.
I’ve officially departed my home in the Southeastern United States and am on my way to New England to conduct research for the Mémère Project documentary film and book. Currently, I’m somewhere in central North Carolina, and will be jumping on I-81 North through the western, mountainous spine of Virginia and into central Pennsylvania. Stay […]
New logo for le projet Mémère / the Mémère project. A journey to discover French Canadian roots in America.