Nashua Multicultural Festival

Nashua Multicultural Festival Logo

Join us on September 15 from 12-4 p.m. in the cafeteria of Elm Street Middle School for the Nashua Multicultural Festival! 

This FREE event, which is organized by the Nashua Mayor's Office and the Nashua Multicultural Festival Planning Committee, will feature multicultural food, art, dance and more! Free samples of foods from a variety of countries will be provided (first come, first served).


The Multicultural Festival is part of Nashua's celebration of Welcoming Week, an annual series of events where communities bring together immigrants, refugees, and native-born residents to raise awareness of the benefits of welcoming everyone. Learn more about Welcoming Week at the Welcoming America website

In September 2016, the City of Nashua adopted legislation to officially become a Welcoming City. Since then, the City and community partners have worked hard to incorporate welcoming initiatives into the daily life of our community. This event is also an opportunity to celebrate the two-year anniversary of Nashua becoming a Welcoming City.

Thank You to Our Event Sponsors!




  • Rivier University
  • World Academy
  • Gateways Community Services
  • Agile Workplace Staffing
  • India Association of NH


  • Franco-American Centre Franco-Américain Alliance Française de Manchester
  • Diversity Workforce Coalition
  • Fieldwork Photography
  • Diversity Workforce Coalition
  • Rashdas Beauty Salon
  • Kumon Math and Reading Center of Nashua
  • Access Health Insurance, LLC.
  • Professor Elizabeth Berry
  • World Language Club Students of NCC

Big thanks also to the Multicultural Festival Planning Committee:

Deepa Mangalat, Sylvia Gale, Elizabeth Berry, Jenn Hosking, Paul Janampa, Liz Fitzgerald, Sandra Pratt, Claudia Castano, Awilda Muniz, Samba Halkose, Becky Field, Dominique Boutaud, Martha Alvarado, Claudia Decker, and others have put in some incredible, hard work over the past few months!