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"Cutting The Cord" - Getting TV & Phone Services Over The Internet


with National Digital Equity Center

Calendar Next session starts Sep 28, 2023 at 6 pm
1 additional session on Nov 21, 2023

What does it mean to "Cut the Cord"? It's about canceling cable or satellite services and being able to watch television shows online, as well as options that would allow you to get rid of your landline. This class will not only show you the wide variety of options out there but also teach you some tools to decide if cutting the cord is right for you. 

Salem Haunted Happenings


with NACE Staff

Calendar Next session starts Oct 7, 2023 at 8 am

Noble Adult and Community Education and Sanford Adult and Community Education are partnering this Fall to bring you on a day trip down to Salem, Massachusets. Infamous for the witchcraft hysteria of 1692, Salem has become a destination for many who want to learn about the history of the town and the trials that took place there. From the number of museum offerings around the town, to the historical sites and shopping and resturaunt options, there is something for everyone. Some of the most popular activities include visiting the Witch Museum, taking a tour through the graveyard where the last words of the victims of the Salem Witch Trials are memorialized, and visiting filming locations from a little indie Disney movie called "Hocus Pocus."

Visit Haunted to see all the festivities happening the day of the trip!

The bus will be arriving at 8:15am and leaving Noble High School at 8:30am. We ask that you please arrive no later than 7:45am in order to take attendance, as well as to go over some housekeeping matters. Once in Salem, the bus will drop us off downtown, and you can begin your exciting day of exploring. To leave, we ask that everyone arrive at the meet-up spot no later than 30 minutes before the bus arrival in order to take attendance. At the end of the day, plan to be back at the bus pickup spot no later than 7:30, and we will be leaving Salem at 8pm, arriving back at Noble High School around 10pm.

The cost of the trip is for the bus and does not include gratuity to the bus driver, museums, shopping, etc. Seats are first come first served. 

TIP: Suggested $3-$5/person gratuity tip to the driver. We will collect this on the bus.

No refunds after September 12th.

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Sew for "Dress A Girl"


with NACE Staff

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 21, 2023 at 9 am
2 additional sessions through Dec 16, 2023

Every girl deserves at least one dress. Since October 2009, "Dress A Girl Around The World" has reached over 81 countries with a recorded number of over one million dresses delivered to girls in need around the world. Recently, we spoke with the Maine DAG Ambassador, Jane, who is in need of help with sewing menstral pads and dresses for girls in need.

We will be holding 4 sewing dates for those who are interested in volunteering their time to sew. You can stay the whole time or for a few hours; any help is appreciated. If there are more requests for sewing days, we will update that information on our website and social media. Feel free to bring a lunch with you; the sewing room at NACE has a refrigerator you can keep your food/drinks in.

We do ask volunteers to please register for the days they wish to come in and sew to be sure the sewing room and supplies are all ready.

Plan Your European Vacation


with Leslie Slater

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 23, 2023 at 6 pm

Are you planning your bucket list trip to Europe? Not sure what options are best for you? Leslie Slater of Cobbled Streets Travel is an experienced European traveler who can offer you tips, tricks, and insights to make your dream trip everything you want it to be. 

Annual Family Literacy Pajama Party!


with MSAD60 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Next available session starts Nov 16, 2023 at 6 pm

NACE is excited to welcome author Marie Miller to our 20th Annual Family Literacy Pajama Party! Wear your PJs and bring the whole family to this FREE, fun-filled event that will include the reading of Marie's book

"Where Do You Sleep?", raffle prizes and healthy snacks. Copies of "Where Do You Sleep?" will be available for purchase for $12.99.

Marie Miller is a board-certified neurologic music therapist and owner of Rhythm and Strings Music Therapy, LLC, in Southern Maine. She is passionate about creating rhythm-based resources that help children build skills in the areas of speech, language, motor planning, academic sensory regulation. She loves to develop and implement teaching methods that make learning fun, engaging, and effective.

Marie creates multisensory learning experiences that combine music, visuals, and movements to increase engagement and enhance learning. She has written over one hundred children’s songs that target specific developmental goals. This book is one of those songs!

Where do you Sleep? is a singable picture book about the sleeping habits of animals targeting expressive and receptive language skills, and beginning literacy. The book is beautifully illustrated by Erika Parker Rogers, and printed by an FSC-certified, Green Printing company.

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