Join L/A Arts, Lewiston 21st Century, MC Lala Drew, and feature poet Porsha Olayiwola for an incredible evening of poetry and performance!
You’re invited to the Y’s annual Halloween Party. Come dressed in your favorite costume, and have a spooky night at the YMCA!
This free family event is open to the community!
Please note: All children must be accompanied by an adult.
- DANCE PARTY
- TASTY TREATS
- COLORING & CRAFTS
- SPOOKY SENSORY ACTIVITIES
- GHOULISH GAMES
- MINI HAUNTED WALK
- FAMILY PHOTOS
- FACE PAINTING
For more information, contact Tina Jennings at the YMCA email@example.com
You don’t want to miss this!
Lights On Lewiston Afterschool is a celebration of all the afterschool programs in our community that serve Lewiston youth! The event will be held at New Beginnings, 134 College Street in Lewiston from 3-6pm on Thursday, October 25.
The event will feature a variety of fun activities for kids and families, information about the many afterschool opportunities for youth in our community, and a free community dinner.
Lewiston Public School's Coding Committee presents Family Learn to Code Night! All Lewiston Public School families are welcome to learn how to write computer code using puzzles, drones, robots and more. There will be snacks and raffle prizes, too!
Stop by anytime between 5 - 7pm on October 10th. Transportation can be provided if notified prior to October 10th.
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Lang is a Comedy-Manipulator out of Andover, MA. He takes both ordinary and out-of-the-ordinary objects and literally spins them into a visual tapestry in a distinctive and dynamic way. Bryson’s high energy act will appeal to any age group. You don’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind performance!
Tree Street Youth’s 4th Annual “I am Tree” Celebration will be held on Thursday, April 26th at the Atrium at Bates Mill. For the past seven years, the accessibility of our programs has enabled local youth to hope, dream, and rise up to any occasion possible. For that reason, we chose this year’s theme to be “I Am the Future.” As our youth grow and develop into tomorrow’s leaders, we are filled with hope for their futures, for the future of our community, and for the future of Maine
“I Am Tree” is Tree Street’s premiere fundraising event to support program costs. At Tree Street Youth, we strive to eliminate economic barriers by providing a space of equal opportunity and advancement for local youth. We believe that all youth deserve the chance to pursue whatever they choose, regardless of socioeconomic obstacles that may stand in their way.