Community Spirit

Community Light Show

Community Light Show

For the third year Pine Knoll Landscape and Hardscape Center, 143 Lisbon Road (Rt.196)  Lisbon, has produced a Christmas Light Show as a gift to the area. This years show features,  4 musical pieces, a dialogue with Able Stable, a 25' decorated Christmas tree with over 15,000 lights.  Also new this year is the "Talking Barn" and enclosed Nativity Scene.   What started out as a father and two sons putting up lights for christmas three years ago, has grown to a light show which takes a crew days to put into place and hours upon hours of programming by a good friend. The show runs nightly from 5:00-9:30 and can be heard by tuning your radio to 88.7 FM.  Parking is available off the road across from the Shop.

Lewiston is Site of Twin Cities Holiday Celebration Festivities This Year

The 4th Annual Twin Cities Holiday Celebration will kickoff with a November 29th Parade of Lights coming from Auburn to Lewiston this year with festivities spanning between Lewiston's Dufresne Plaza (formerly Courthouse Plaza) and the Lewiston Public Library, 200 Lisbon Street.  Should it be needed, the event's rain date is November 30th.
 
The Parade of Lights will kickoff from Auburn's Turner Street at 6:00 p.m.  It will proceed down Mechanics Row, turn left onto Main Street, stop at Festival Plaza for Santa to light the Auburn tree, and then turn right to cross the Longley Bridge heading to the Park Street side of Dufresne Plaza, Lewiston.
 
Festivities at Dufresne Plaza will include holiday music by Nick Knowlton & The Music Connection, as well as special musical performances; FREE Photo Finish pictures with Santa & Mrs.

4th Annual Twin Cities Holiday Celebration

November 29, 2010
(Rain Date November 30th)
6:00 P.M.
Parade Kicks Off on Turner Street, Auburn
Stops at Festival Plaza on Main Street for Tree Lighting
(Crosses Longley Bridge; Turns Right on Park Street, Lewiston; Ends at Dufresne Plaza)
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Dufresne Plaza, Lewiston
(Formerly Courthouse Plaza)
AT DUFRESNE PLAZA, LEWISTON
FREE Hot Chocolate & Donut Holes
FREE Photo Finish Pictures with Santa & Mrs. Claus
Tree & Menorah Lighting
Special Music & The Music Connection
Highlighting of December Holidays
Mingling w/ Sparky The Fire Dog, The Walking Tree, & Monty The Moose
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS FOR NOVEMBER 29TH (No Rain Date)
4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
FREE Holiday Story & Song Time
Lewiston Public Library, 200 Lisbon Street, Children’s Room – 3rd Floor
4:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
FREE Androscoggin Dance Holiday Showcase
Lewiston Public Library, 200 Lisbon Street – Callahan Hall – 3rd Floor
5:00 p.m.

Get your discounted Maineiacs Tickets at the YWCA!

Lewiston Maineiacs has donated tickets to the YWCA
Help the YWCA raise 1 Million Dollars.
 
Come support the Maineiacs and the YWCA.
Watch a great game tonight 11/3 at 7:00pm against Quebec
Tickets $10 or 4 for $30 at the YWCA
We also have tickects for 11/5, 11/14, 11/24 & 11/26

Lisbon PWS Spaghetti Supper

The seventh grade at the P. W. Sugg Middle School in Lisbon will sponsor a Spaghetti Supper on Friday, November 12, 2010.  The supper will be served at the Lisbon Community School, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon between 5:30 and 7:30 PM. Tickets are $6. For adults, $3 for children under 10, and may be purchased at the door. Don¹t forget to bring your luck with you as there will be a variety of raffle and silent auction items.
           
The seventh grade is also offering raffle tickets for 100 gallons of number 2 heating oil.  The last chance to purchase tickets for the raffle will be at the spaghetti supper.  The drawing will be held and the winner will be announced after the supper.

A spaghetti supper is a fun time for the whole family. Come join your friends and neighbors in support of the seventh grade students. Proceeds will be used to send students to a week-long leadership program.

Lisbon HS Students Offer Community Service

Students at Lisbon High School participated in day of giving back to the Lisbon area and greater community on Wednesday, October 13.  Members of the freshman and senior classes volunteered their services during the PSAT testing schedule for LHS sophomores and juniors.  Benoit’s Orchard in Lewiston hosted 55 students who assisted with picking apples and cleaning the grounds of the orchard.  Seniors were treated to homemade donuts and cider and before the left purchased $300 worth of apples to donate to a local food charity, LACO (Lisbon Area Christian Outreach). 

Another 25 senior students assisted at Good Sheppard Food  Bank in Auburn sorting products and helping with different tasks at the facility.

Beaver Park in Lisbon was the site for yet another 14 members of the Class of 2011 Community Service for the day.  Students worked together in teams clearing freshly cut brush from the cross country ski and snowmobile trails for the fast-app

Lisbon Students Assisted by United Methodist Women Evening Circle

On Friday morning, October 15, Lisbon Community School's assistant principal, Ryan Patrie, experienced a great way to end a school week.  Thanks to the combined efforts of community partners and volunteers, students at Lisbon Community School received a generous donation of school supplies.  Members of the Lisbon United Methodist Women Evening Circle presented Patrie with numerous pairs of scissors, notebooks, pencils, markers, colored pencils, crayons, notebook paper, glue, erasers, rulers, glue sticks, pens, pencil boxes, highlighters, backpacks, pencil sharpeners and more.   Earlier in the school year, members of the LCS PTO and PWS PAG also provided backpacks and school supplies to the elementary and middle school for distribution of supplies to any student needing supplies.  "Lisbon is a very giving and caring community," shares Patrie.  "Thanks to the call to action by our parent groups and the other concerned members of the community, no child in