Tri-Town Council News


Don’t miss out, classes are filling fast! Tri-Town Council Horizons After School Enrichment registration is open! Fun fall activities to engage and learn. Classes will begin at the end of September, and include fencing, drama, sewing, Lego engineering, art workshops, fitness, nature exploration, and more! Go to

Drop In Fridays are back!
Join us for challenging and rich conversation on topics of depth and relevance.

Stop by for Let’s Get Real with Dr. Kate, on Friday October 3, 2014 9:00am-11am at the Tri-Town Council office, 49 Main Street, Topsfield.

With the school year upon us, it’s time to rethink expectations, schedules, and priorities. (Hint: it’s all about pacing, timing and being realistic). How parents approach the school year may influence not only how successful their children are but also our potential for burn out.

Please drop in to Tri-Town Council for this informal chat with Dr. Kate Roberts. Dr. Kate will discuss keeping it real: setting expectations, handling disappointments and the nitty gritty of life’s everyday challenges. (Challenges like how keep the peace during homework or establishing tech free times/zones in your home.)

Join us for our first Let’s Get Real with Dr. Kate to listen, laugh and learn! Discuss with others what works and what doesn’t when it comes to getting the most out of the school year. Dr. Kate will troubleshoot, offer tips and provide insights to guide us! For more info:

SAVE THE DATE: “Supporting Kids Social Success & On-Line Safety”
Wednesday evening, October 8th, 7:00pm

This program will be presented by Meghan McCoy of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC); 7:00PM in the Masconomet Auditorium. It is intended for parents, guardians and educators of Tri-Town youth of all ages who have or will have access to social media. Learn how youth are using social networking sites and technology, and how to support your child’s on-line and off-line social interactions, while keeping them safe in person and on-line.