The 2015 C3 Summit took place Friday, November 13, 2015,
to Sunday, November 15, 2015, in Lewiston, Maine.
Check back soon for information on the 2017 C3 Summit.
Fun & Food in Downtown Lewiston/Auburn
- Forage Market (cappuccino/lattes, gourmet foodstuff, some seating): 180 Lisbon Street, downtown Lewiston–open from 8am on Sat/Sun.
- Fish Bones American Grill (upscale, restaurant and bar): 70 Lincoln Street, downtown Lewiston
- Fuel (upscale, restaurant and bar): 49 Lisbon Street, downtown Lewiston
- Orchid (Thai/casual, restaurant and bar): 40 Lisbon Street, downtown Lewiston
- Marche Kitchen and Wine Bar (upscale/casual restaurant and bar):
- Mother India (casual, restaurant): 114 Lisbon, downtown Lewiston
- Gritty McDuff’s Brewing Company (brew pub): 68 Main Street, downtown Auburn
- Davinci’s Eatery (Italian/casual, restaurant): 150 Mill Street, downtown Lewiston
Food & Fun Beyond Downtown
- Starbucks: 37 Mt. Auburn Avenue, Auburn, Maine
- Auburn Riverwalk (from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy)
Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, the Auburn Riverwalk features scenic views of the adjacent waterfront and the Lewiston skyline on the opposite shore. Start your journey in the north at the Great Falls of the Androscoggin River and the manmade Lewiston Falls Project Dam, both of which provide a stunning backdrop for a photograph. Near Bonney Park, the trail splits, with the western segment running through the park and the eastern section crossing a converted railroad trestle into Lewiston. The bridge features scenic vistas and seating areas to enjoy the Androscoggin River.
- Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary
Gates to the right of the corner of Highland Spring Road and Montello St, Lewiston, ME 04240. From the Androscoggin Chamber of Commerce:
Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary, the largest bird sanctuary in New England, is a 372-acre wildlife preserve located within the city limits of Lewiston. It is owned and managed by Stanton Bird Club. A half-mile hike to the top of the sanctuary is rewarded with a view, at the highest point in the city, of Mt. Washington, NH. The sanctuary is open to anyone from dawn to dusk for bird watching, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, picnicking, hiking, and many other activities. Trail maps are available at the gate kiosks. Dogs and other domestic pets are prohibited from Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary.