New Hampshire Humanities thanks Eversource for supporting the Connections program

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New Hampshire Humanities thanks Eversource for its generous support of our Connections program, providing access to the humanities through literature for some of New Hampshire’s most diverse and underserved communities.

The Connections adult literacy program is a book discussion program designed to promote English language skills, cultivate conversations about ideas, reinforce family literacy, and support a culture of reading to more than 400 adult learners across the state of New Hampshire each year.  Connections participants can receive up to four free books and keep the books they read.

For more information about New Hampshire Humanities' Connections program, click here!

Photo: Mary Nolin, Program Manager, and David Creer of Eversource hold a copy of David Salmieri's Bear and Wolf, one of the books used in the Connections program.