We are a group of SAHMs, WAHMs and moms who work PT who love getting together during the week to talk about our kids, give and take advice, make friends and have fun.
We participate in many activities ranging from play dates in each others' homes to mom's night out, and everything in between. We're laid back moms who just want some adult conversation, something to do, and a chance to make friends.
Our calendar is FULL of amazing activities (sometimes 3/day!). We know it's difficult to attend events when babies need naps, so we offer a nice range of times and locations.
Our members live in Emmaus, Upper Milford, Macungie, Alburtis, Allentown, Southern Lehigh and Salisbury Townships and we tend to hold most of our Meetups in this area. Our children's ages primarily range from newborn to 5 with most events slated for morning and some mid-afternoon (3).
Please note: As a member of Club Mom, we ask that you host at least 1 activity every 2 months to keep our calendar diverse and to allow everyone to be part of the planning. These hosted activities can either be at your home or at a park where you supply snacks/drinks.
We also require attendance to at least 3 events each month. We keep our group membership low, so we need to ask these two things to make sure everyone remains active. It has proven to bring our members closer to each other!
If you have any questions, you are welcome to email our Organizer through the "contact us" tab, but please include your contact information to include name, phone number and email address. This website does not allow us to respond automatically so if you don't provide this information, we can't respond to you.
Thanks for your interest.
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