Here you go, this was the scene at Justin Herman Plaza last week:
And here’s the explanation, but I’ve flipped the image so that the English part comes first, ’cause ‘Mericah:
(I’ve already said my piece on this art piece right here. We should get rid of it.)
But hey, the home-made banner added to it last week is well made. It’s great:
All the deets:
Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day (French: Fête de la Saint-Jean-Baptiste), officially known in Quebec as La fête nationale, (English: National Holiday) is a holiday celebrated annually on June 24, the feast day of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. In Quebec, it is a public holiday with festivities occurring on June 23 and 24 which are publicly financed and organized by a Comité organisateur de la fête nationale (Organizing Committee of the National Holiday). June 24 is also celebrated as a festival of French Canadianculture in other Canadian provinces and the United States.