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Great Falls Forum Season: 2015-2016


Great Falls Forum Season: 2015-2016

all programs take place at 12 noon in LPL’s Callahan Hall

Tues., Sept. 15: Senator George J. Mitchell, on his recently-published memoir, “The Negotiator;” book sale and signing to follow talk.  

Thurs., Sept. 17: Kevin Lewis, CEO, Community Health Options, “Moving Beyond Coverage Towards Reducing the Total Costs of Care:  Reflections of a New Start Nonprofit Health Plan.”

Thurs., Oct. 15: Maine Public Radio Reporters Susan Sharon, Mal Leary and Patty Wight, “From the Ebola Scare to Climate Change to Politics Under the Dome: Covering Daily News in Maine.”

Thurs., Nov. 19: Penobscot Nation Chief Kirk Francis, “Penobscot Tribal Sovereignty and the Maine Environment.”

Thurs., Jan. 21: Maine Attorney General Janet Mills, “A Week in the Life of a Maine Attorney General.”

Thurs., Feb. 18: “Youth Arts Showcase,” featuring visual and performing arts by L/A area children and youth.

Thurs., March 17: Margaret Micolichek, Restorative Justice Consultant, “When We Cry for Justice What Do We Really Mean? – In Celebration of 10 Years of Restorative Practices in Maine.”

Thurs., April 21: Maxwell Chicuta, Chair, Portland Community Development Block Grant Board, “Making Maine Communities Livable and Safe.”

Thurs., May 19: Gene Geiger, Commission Chair, “Report Out from the Lewiston/Auburn Joint Charter Commission”


The Great Falls Forum is a partnership of the Androscoggin County Chamber, Bates College, the Lewiston Sun Journal and LPL. For more information on the series, contact the Library at 513-3135 or

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