Tuesday, October 30, 2018

FARMS at the Y KITCHEN FOR KIDS

FARMS AT THE Y Kids in the Kitchen Thursday 3-4:30pm November 1-December 13 This hands-on 7-week program is designed for kids Pre-K through 5th grade. Organized kitchen-based activities will take the mystery out of cooking in this interactive and fun learning experience. Kids will learn everything from cooking skills to knife skills to garden skills, while utilizing the new teaching kitchen and raised garden beds. Family Member $115 Member $120 Nonmember $240

Here is the link for the fall guide; https://www.clcymca.org/

We strive in supporting you in the health and well being of your students.

Friday, August 31, 2018

Tennis anyone?

Parents FYI: The Y is offering a Middle School Team tennis program during the month of September for interested 5th-8th grade kids.  It begins Tuesday, 9/4 and will be held Tuesday and Thursday from 3-4pm. If your child is interested, please contact the Y to register (online, over the phone, or in person). The NCS bus swings by the Y after school. If your middle school student is signed up and needs to take the bus, please send a note to the school office.  

Monday, March 12, 2018

Heartwood Theater Summer Camp

Spots are already filling, in Heartwood’s 16th session of summer camp for students entering grades 3-12, scheduled July 2nd thru 12th.   Heartwood’s theater camps teach performance skills and promote student confidence both on and off the stage.   

Scholarships are available upon request, thanks to the help of many local business donations and grant support.  EMAIL or Phone 563-1373 with scholarship inquiries.

“Kids Camp” is a popular 8-day program exploring the areas of storytelling, stage combat, improvisation, Broadway dance, mime/movement and acting, designed specifically for students entering grades 3-8.  No prior experience necessary.

For middle school students who have previous theater experience and for high school students, the 8-day “Intensives Camp” focuses on the multiple areas of Broadway dance, scene work, stage combat, classic/poetic language, improvisation, mime/movement and monologues. 

All students will work with a diverse and professional staff: Griff Braley, Heartwood’s Artistic Director and LA Drama Teacher; Alison Machaiek, award winning Drama Instructor at Oceanside High School in Rockland; Broadway Choreographer/Singer/Dancer/Actress Michelle Bruckner; Karen Montanaro, Mime/Dance Artist and Teacher; and Mark Bedell, certified fight master and professional stuntman / fight choreographer.

The student/teacher ratio is very low, with the help of several professional actors in residence for Heartwood’s summer production of “The Secret Garden,” who will work closely with students, sharing their acting experience and enthusiasm for the stage. 

Many sponsors make Heartwood’s youth programming possible, including Heartwood’s Season Sponsor, Bath Savings Institution, Season Youth Sponsor, Damariscotta Hardware, and The Rising Tide, camp snacks sponsor.

Full details and registration forms are available: A) on Heartwood’s Website, B)  by EMAIL or C) PHONE 563-1373.

Friday, March 2, 2018

March 14, 2018



Parent Resources--Medomak Valley High School, 320 Manktown Rd, Waldoboro:


Tuesday, Mar 6, 2018, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
“What Disabilities Qualify for Special Education Under IDEA?” Presented by Karen Willey, Regional Parent Support Coordinator

This workshop will provide an overview of children’s disabilities, special education qualifying conditions under IDEA and possible accommodations to make your child’s school experience a successful one. We also will review local and statewide resources available to your child and family.

Location: Crisis and Counseling, 120 Tillson Ave, Rockland
Thursday, Mar 8, 2018, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
“Positive Behavioral Supports & Tantrum Management: Self-Preservation & Success in Parenting Children with Behavioral Health Needs” Presented by Karen Willey, Regional Parent Support Coordinator
Do you sometimes feel like you don’t know how to help your child? Children with behavioral health needs do not come with a manual! This workshop will offer a framework to understand the nature of your child’s behavior and methods to flexibly respond to the needs your child presents. Positive behavioral supports emphasize practical ideas about how to meet your child where they are and utilize their motivation to increase success. Understanding and using Stage of Change concepts, maximizing provider involvement and enhancing natural supports will be emphasized to provide usable tools that can be applied in a variety of real life situations. Temper tantrums are disruptive behavior or emotional outbursts displayed in response to unmet needs or desires. Come and learn how to manage your child’s tantrums by using positive behavioral supports!

Dodgeball Fundraising Tournament


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Lincoln Little League Registration Time!

Baseball and softball SIGNUPS for LITTLE LEAGUE, FARM TEAM and TBALL for Nobleboro kids will be held:

  • Tuesday, March 13 @ 6-7pm at GSB School
  • Thursday, March 15, 6-7pm at GSB School
New and returning players, ages 4-12, should register.  
  • TBall: ages 4-5; 
  • Farm Team: ages 6-11. 
  • Boys/girls ages 9-12 are eligible to register and try out for Little League baseball/softball. 
Registration fee:  $55. Additional siblings are $35 with a family maximum of $125.

Information regarding tryouts for Little League baseball and softball will be available at the signups. FMI: Allen Tomasello 380-1751.