Museum program highlights positive changes for L-A


LEWISTON — On Thursday, June 2, Museum L-A will host a presentation of “The L/A Area – Look How We’ve Changed,” reviewing the positive changes experienced by the community of Lewiston-Auburn in the past several years. The program begins at 7 p.m. and is free of charge.

Jan Barrett and Susan Stacey will present the results of research and work performed during the past couple of years by the Androscoggin County Chamber’s Regional Image Committee. Barrett is co-chairwoman of the Regional Image Committee and Stacey is chairwoman of the Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors.

The committee’s extensive work even surprised members as they kept listing all the fine dining, historical attractions, arts, recreation and events.

Also slated on the program is “Museum L-A: We Are Not Just About the Past,” presented by Museum L-A Executive Director Rachel Desgrosseilliers. “My presentation will show how Museum L-A is not only about the past but we are about inspiration leading to innovation,” Desgrosseilliers said.

Museum L-A is located at 35 Canal St. in the Bates Mill Complex at the corner of Canal and Chestnut streets. For more information call 333-3881, email [email protected] or visit