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Museum L-A

LEWISTON — From the whispered history of a prohibition-era speakeasy in Lewiston to a wealth of stories and musical instrument demonstrations by 97-year-old Carroll Poulin, a gallery reception held Saturday, June 15, launched Museum L-A’s new display, and it’s an essential destination for area residents and visitors. Among the fascinating elements of “The Roaring ’20s […]


Why Museum L-A Is Important

by GeneGeiger on June 2, 2013

By Rachel Desgrosseilliers, Executive Director, Museum L-A Why is a museum in Lewiston-Auburn important? Research shows having a museum in your community stimulates economic activity and the revitalization of downtowns. Museum L-A has contributed more than $6 million in economic impact and spurred economic growth in this community since 2004. It has been identified as […]

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Teens Curate Museum L-A Exhibit

by GeneGeiger on March 28, 2013

Museum L-A Educator Joan Beal gu cheap cialis online ides Auburn Middle School students as they analyze primary sources in preparation for an exhibit on teenage culture, which they are creating for the museum. Read the full Sun Journal story. zp8497586rq

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Workers On The Job At Museum L-A

by GeneGeiger on February 16, 2013

buy cheap viagra pills online Laurie Ouellette of Wales wipes a tear from her eye after seeing the display of her father, Ray Pinette, who was a legend in the local music scene from the 1950s to the 1980s, playing keyboard and leading many bands in the area.  An important new exhibit is now on […]

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LA Bricks Built It

by GeneGeiger on September 13, 2012

RUSS DILLINGHAM/SUN JOURNAL Henry “Lefty” Gilbert works on restoring an antique brick-making machine that he and his longtime friend, Harvey Desgrosseilliers, once used at Morin Brick in Auburn. The machine now sits in a bay at Cote Crane and Rigging. “Textiles and shoes are what most people think of when they consider the history of […]

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