The Voici the Valley Audio Story and Guide was created to enrich your experience of the St. John Valley. The audio story is an 80-minute documentary on CD included at the back of the guide. It celebrates the history, culture and traditions of the international region told from the perspective of the American side of the river. You'll hear stories, interviews with historians, artisans, and traditional music. The CD isn’t geographically oriented, so you can listen to it at any point on the Cultureway or wherever you may be. The 28-page guide has maps, descriptions of museums and communities, and beautiful photographs.
Much like how the waters of the St. John River craft the landscape of the Valley, the Voici the Valley Audio Story is about influences that shape, shift, divide, and mark a place and a culture.
|Clip 1: Introduction to Tales of Terrain: Shaping Land, Shaping People
(31 sec, 736 KB) (Narrated by Sheila Jans, theme music performed by
|Clip 2: Rachel Leblanc singing Le Gros Dalo, a song from 17th century France (38 sec, 884 KB)|
To hear more excerpts, visit “Humanities on Demand” at
To order the Voici the Valley Audio Story and Guide, click here.