All welcome to the Opening Reception on Friday, April 28, 5-8 pm in the Meeting Room.
Saturday, April 29th, during regular Library hours.
The annual Town Clean-Up Day will take place on Saturday, April 29th from 8 AM - 11 AM. Please pick up your gloves and bags and sign up for a street at the Gazebo on the Common and return filled trash bags there.
DOCUMENT SHREDDING Fundraiser
Bring your documents in a box or bag to the Masconomet High School parking lot and an enthusiastic music student or parent volunteer will assist you as your documents are shredded onsite by Highland Shredding of Woburn - NAID AAA Certified.
Your tax deductible donation of $5.00 per banker's box size or paper/plastic grocery bag, $10 per kitchen trash bag or $15 per contractor bag will be collected at the event. Certification of confidential shredding is available upon request. Cash or check payable to MMPA.
Please visit MascoMusic.org for more information.
Watch the removal of the old Parson Capen Ash Tree - 1 Howlett Street
Fun Events for Kids
Sponsored by Topsfield Historical Society, TopsfieldHistory.org
Learn about the kids' contest at: TopsfieldHistory.org/Contest
Town Meeting will be held May 2, 2017 at the Woodbury Auditorium, Proctor School at 7:00 PM.
The 2017 Annual and Special Town Meeting Warrants are available here and through the link to the left under Town Meeting and Election Information.
Polls open 7AM - 8PM
Have a meal at the Texas Roadhouse on Thursday, May 4th, from 3pm to 10pm and 20% of your meal purchase will be donated to the Topsfield Council on Aging. This event is being sponsored by the Friends of the TopsCOA and the proceeds will support COA programs. Get your invitation at the COA office or other locations around town. For more information call 978-887-1523.
Saturday, May 13 from 8:30AM - 2PM on the Common. If rain, it will be in the Emerson Center.
Accepting MasterCard and Visa this year.
Donations accepted April 29th and May 6th from 9AM to 3PM in Emerson Center Parking Lot.
No car seats, tires, skis, suitcases, computer/electronics, appliances, gas grills, stuffed animals, encyclopedias or magazines.
Cloth and material (sheets, towels, curtains) will be accepted this year because the Epilepsy Foundation will pay Troop 81 by the pound.
TRIAD: Help Us, Help You. A special lunch and presentation about TRIAD. John Russell, Sheriff's Dept. Liaison to TRIAD, will give us an overview on TRIAD and how it works to help Seniors improve their quality of life experience.
Soup and Salad ($5/person; $4/person for Friend Members) will be served. Space is limited. Please RSVP at 978-887-1523 for reservations. The Gould Barn is located at 1 Howlett St.This program is sponsored by Topsfield TRIAD and Topsfield COA.
For more information, see the Triad page: Topsfield-MA.gov/TRIAD
Leave at curbside on your regular collection day.
Must remove oil, gasoline and doors from items for safety.
No items containing Freon will be accepted.
9 am - 1 pm Saturdays Only at Highway Department, 279 Boston Street. No weekday drop offs.
Season passes and one day tickets may be purchased at Selectmen's Office at Town Hall Offices, 461 Boston Street, Unit E-6 in Topsfield.
Season Pass - $75.00
One Day Ticket - $10.00
For more information, visit TopsfieldPublicWorks.org
The Steward Integrated Preschool conducts preschool screenings throughout the school year for Topsfield children ages 3 to 5.
Contact Jenny Churchill, Special Education Services Coordinator, at Steward School, 978-887-1538 x4401 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment if you have any concerns about the current development of your child.
The Tri-Town Council Spring Newsletter is now available at: TriTownCouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/Spring-2017-Newsletter.pdf
The April, 2017 edition of the Council on Aging's Newsletter, Senior Scoop, and previous editions are available here.
Operation Concern is a service provided to Topsfield senior citizens and disabled residents, in conjunction with the Topsfield Police Department, Topsfield TRIAD and the Topsfield Council on Aging. It is totally voluntary. The purpose of the program is to give seniors and disabled residents a means of checking in to the Police Department on a daily basis to tell them that they are ok.
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