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Auburn Public Library              Link to Auburn Public Library, After over 100 years, still true to their mission: to provide books and related materials that will assist the residents of the community in their pursuit of knowledge, information, education, research, and recreation in order to promote an enlightened citizenry and to enrich the quality of life.  

Bates College                         Founded in 1855, Bates is recognized as one of the nation’s finest colleges of the liberal arts and sciences. Bates students work directly with faculty and enjoy a 10:1 student-faculty ratio. The close relationship between students and faculty continues from first-year seminars to capstone senior theses.  

Lewiston Auburn Economic Growth Council       An innovative manufacturing, healthcare and printing center, Lewiston-Auburn is home to world-class companies, colleges and institutions. Industry Week ranked Lewiston-Auburn the strongest manufacturing area in New England , and Down East recently featured an entire issue on Lewiston-Auburn. The Twin Cities is centrally located and offers access to 50 percent of Maine 's population within a 30-mile radius. Lewiston-Auburn can help your business soar. 

Greater Androscoggin Humane Society         Originally called the Androscoggin County Humane Society, this organization was started on February 25, 1885. Volunteers and their agent accomplished most of the work. The dream of a "home" for stray animals was abandoned in 1912 because there was not enough money to buy land. The SPCA continued to exist and be involved in animal welfare causes without a shelter.  

Great Falls Balloon Festival                           New England Largest Balloon Festival  

L/A Arts                                 L/A Arts, Lewiston Auburn's Local Arts Agency, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community cultural organization that exists to integrate the arts into the fabric of everyday life in the region.  A fundamental goal of this organization is to show how art in all its forms can uplift spirits, inspire, educate, cause positive change and generally improve the quality of life for the residents of the communities we serve.  

Liberty Festival                       The Liberty Festival was born on July 5, 1996, the day after dark Fourth. It was born in the hearts of hundreds of citizens of Lewiston/Auburn who said to themselves that it would never happen again—never again would the skies above the falls go dark on the Fourth of July. Many of these people came together in January of 1997 at the Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce, where it was decided that L/A would benefit from a new festival dedicated to the "gift of freedom". This festival was given the name "Liberty Festival".  

Lost Valley                             For many years, the children of the Perkins Ridge area traveled  long paths down to a hidden clearing on a hillside. They called this adventure: "A Visit to Lost Valley ." 

Maine Employment Info Guide                      This link access to a wide variety of current labor market information, along with economic and demographic data through two modules: LMI for Job Seeking and LMI for Analysis. LMI for Job Seeking displays current data of most interest to job seekers in an easy to use intuitive fashion. LMI for Analysis consists of current historical data for Maine , including MSA, counties, labor market areas, and towns.  

Maine Event Scheduler            Maine offers a variety of activities, regardless of your interests. Interested in the latest craft shows ... how about a concert .. or maybe a wooden boat show is more your style? Well, now on the Maine Event Scheduler, you can locate events happening throughout the great state of Maine . And, if you don't see your event online, then all you have to do is complete our online form and submit your event.  

Maine Memory                       At Maine Memory Network, you have history at your fingertips. You can search for historical documents, view stories on Maine history, save images in an album, purchase images, even create a slideshow to send to a friend.  

Moxie Festival                        Now that the 2007 Festival has come and gone, this web site will be updated to give the highlights of the festival. Hopefully we have gathered enough information and PICTURES of all the events so that the world will know where Lisbon, Maine is and what a Moxie Festival is all about. Please give us some time to post the pictures on the site and update the content. I figure it should take about 30 days to re-touch, scan and collect the pictures from all the people who took some and place them on the site.   

The Public Theatre                  In 1991, a small group of visionary people hired a director, borrowed a space, and created The Public Theatre. Currently in its sixteenth season, The Public Theatre has blossomed into a professional equity theatre, dedicated to producing high quality entertainment at an affordable price. Nationally recognized for its artistic excellence and remarkable growth, The Public Theatre is proud to be cornerstone in the cultural life of Lewiston/Auburn. A post-show discussion series entitled Theatre and the Voice of the Community directly follows the first Sunday matinee performance of each production and is free of charge and open to the public.  

Maine Music Society              The Maine Music Society supports the artistic and educational activities of the professional Maine Chamber Ensemble and the auditioned, mixed-voice Androscoggin Chorale. Based in Lewiston-Auburn, the Society brings its activities to rural Maine audiences in the Oxford Hills, Farmington , the Capital region, and other areas of central and western Maine











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