Taste of L/A
The Bates College Campus Life Office is pleased to present:
The Tenth Annual Taste of Lewiston Auburn
October 8th, 2014
11:00AM – 1:00PM
Gray Cage @ Bates College
Admission: $5.00 for 10 tickets at the door
Tickets may be used to redeem food samples from our participating Lewiston Auburn restaurants, or placed into our raffle! All members of the Bates community are welcome. This year, all of our proceeds will benefit The Tree Street Youth Center.
Participating Restaurants Include:
Bua Thai Sushi | Buffalo Wild Wings | FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars | Fish Bones American Grill | Forage Market | Jasmine Cafe | Mac’s Grill | Marché | Nezinscot Farm | Pedro O’Hara’s | Pepper & Spice | Pinky D’s Food Truck | Pure Thai Kitchen | Sea40 Japanese Cuisine | The Cupcakery | Vespucci’s Pizza and Sandwiches
Raffle Contributions from:
Antigoni’s Pizza | Bethel Outdoor Adventure | Dubois Café and Variety | Grants Bakery | Gridiron Restaurant & Sports Pub | Heathco’s Pizza and Variety | Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli | Lewiston-Auburn Community Little Theatre | Maine Art Glass Studio | Middle Eastern Dance with Anabee Beal | Mother India | Orchid | The Italian Bakery | The Sedgley Place | The Village Inn
Additional Sponsors Include:
Special Thanks To: Bates Services and Staff of Dining and Catering Services, Facilities, Office
Services, Campus Life Office, Travis Dow of MenusinLA.com, & our Bates Student Volunteers!
The Tree Street Youth Center opened in 2011 to meet the academic, athletic and social needs of low-income and at-risk youth in the area, offering opportunities for learning and growing in a nurturing environment. Programs that Tree Street Youth offers students include exploring visual and performing arts, taking workshops in different art mediums (music, studio art, handicrafts, Somali traditional dance, Hip-Hop), familiarizing students with college opportunities and goals, giving students job skills through tutoring and mentoring, providing an afterschool program, and more. Each day, Tree Street Youth serves around 120-150 youth from ages 5 to 18. The Center provides a safe, nurturing and affirming environment where youth from throughout the neighborhood can easily access opportunities to improve their academic performance, obtain positive social reinforcement, learn healthy lifestyles, cultivate personal interests and build community.