Parents & Family groups near California
The Contra Costa County Moms Meetup Group
THIS GROUP IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO NEW MEMBERS
The CCC Moms Group is a wonderful, supportive group of Moms who enjoy each other's company during twice weekly park playdates in Central Contra Costa County. We have weekly music groups, monthly Girls Night Out, family nights, field trips, quarterly book club, and other seasonal activities. We're a very active group; members MUST be interested in meeting and forming friendships with other moms and attend at LEAST one meetup per month.
•This group is open to stay at home moms and working moms (including moms-to-be) of children from newborn to those in kindergarten.
•All park meetups are at 10am (We have one Saturday morning and one Afternoon playdate per month)
•To help build relationships we have a limit of 125 members
•Membership is $20 per year (September thru September) and is payable via private PayPal. We do not accept cash.
Making friends can seem intimidating and hard, but it doesn't have to be! Come frequently to meetups, be social and friendly, and the rest will fall into place naturally. We are a drama free organization, so keep in mind common rules of courtesy, and you will find some wonderful friendships here.
Sunnyvale, SC, MV, Parents (Expecting Moms-Kindergarteners)
Mountain View, CA
Hey! We would like to welcome Moms, expecting parents, dads and caregivers! This group is created for parents who are going through similar stages in this new adventure who can offer support (baby development, emotional, advice, etc.) friendships (for you and your little one) and give you the opportunity to continue to have a social life. Many events held by the creator will be in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Mt. View, and Palo Alto. However you can host events in any surrounding areas!
We want to help you and your baby grow as individuals and a family. We like to include all types of meet ups that benefit ourselves and our babies! Like:
1. Getting Outside! (Hiking, Going to the park, play dates, etc.) <br> - Getting outdoors are great for babies and children who use their senses to understand the world around them. Without over stimulating our babies, being outside offers new experiences to sight, sound, feeling, taste, smell, texture, and movement. Which are sensory inputs that encourages a baby’s brain to form connections, develop and grow. <br> - Staying active while pregnant is very important! It gives you more energy, promote healthy weight gain, and makes it easier for you during labor, delivery, and recovery.
2. Crafting! <br> - DIY projects that help with the development of your baby, capture memories (they will go by quick!), crafts for your nursery and any other suggestions!
3. Coffee, Brunch, Mom’s Night Outs! <br> -Your life will seem like it’s all about the baby, this is your chance to get out of the house and form friendships with ladies going through the same thing you are! (Babies are always welcome to these social outings!)
Members are encouraged to host events and make suggestions!
Diablo Valley Homeschool Group
***Please note that all prospective members must first meet with the organizers at an event within 30 days of applying before membership requests are approved. Once you submit your information to join you will be contacted by one of our organizers with upcoming event information to attend. Please make sure to check your Meetup Messages so you don't miss out!***
This community is focused on healthy, long lasting friendships and shared learning. The purpose of this group is to bring together families in the Contra Costa County and surrounding areas to build friendships, a support network, and cooperative learning opportunities.
Our Code of Conduct: Because we have a multi-age group, we remind all families, especially the older children, that they are influencing the younger crowd and so we ask that they act appropriately. Our group does not allow name-calling, or destructive/disrespectful behavior. We are building a community of friends and we expect that everyone act in a respectful way (this pertains to children and adults).
Who are we? We are a group of families who share a passion for teaching our children through homeschooling. Our group is focused on school aged children (K-12) but younger siblings are welcome. We believe that children of all ages socializing together is a part of healthy development.
What do we do? We have weekly park days in the Contra Costa County areas. Additionally we have monthly Mom's Night Out and sometimes extend that to Parents' Night Out and Family Fun Nights. It is our goal to have other activities such as nature walks, movie nights, even co-op learning groups available for families to participate in. Families may participate in any and all events, but are welcome to opt out of any that don't meet their families needs or interests. We do require that all families attend a MINIMUM of one park day per month. This ensures building strong, lasting friendships.
When do we meet? We get together every Friday at 10 A.M. in the summer and 10:30 A.M. in the winter for weekly park day play groups. Additional events will be scheduled at various times.
Where do we meet? For most events we meet somewhere in the East and Central areas of Contra Costa County. We may occasionally schedule field trips that are outside of the county as well.
How can your family participate? Join our group! We are always looking to make great connections for children and parents - the more the merrier! Send us a request to join and tell us a little bit about your family. Then come to a meetup and start making connections!
Membership fees - We do require all families to pay membership fees of $10 per family for the year. For all new incoming families, you will have a 3 month probationary period to check out our group, make new friendships and discover if our group is a good fit for your family. At the end of that 3 month period, new families are required to pay the membership dues to stay active members.
CIRCLE of Homeschoolers
Citrus Heights, CA
CIRCLE of Homeschoolers -
(Children Involved in a Respectful Cooperative Learning Environment)
Formerly known as Citrus Heights Homeschool Meetup Group and Folsom Homeschoolers - We've merged and changed our name to more accurately reflect our group focus and location. Our events are held several times a week and we have activities in various areas surrounding Citrus Heights including Fair Oaks, Folsom, Orangevale, Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln, Antelope, Granite Bay, Carmichael, Rancho Cordova, and wherever else our adventures take us! Our events, field trips, educational days, holiday parties, classes, etc. are held throughout the surrounding areas depending on what families want to do each year.
**It seems a little silly to have to say this, but if you are not a homeschooler, this is not the group for you. To join this group you must be a homeschooler (either via private school affidavit, homeschool charter school, or an umbrella school). Being a homeschooler is a requirement for our homeschool group.**
We are an all-ages group. We have brand new babies up to teens and we plan a variety of activities that will appeal to all ages, as well as some that are specific to particular age groups. We do ask that all older kids remember that they are influencing the younger crowd and that they behave appropriately. We do not allow cursing, name-calling, or destructive/disrespectful behavior at our events. We can share information on our favorite curriculum and our favorite homeschool classes while our kids have a chance to learn and play together knowing that they are in a safe environment. If parents need to address issues with their kids, we ask that it is done so in a respectful way.
**WE WANT OUR GROUP EVENTS TO BE HARMONIOUS. WE LIKE OUR EVENTS TO BE PEACEFUL, INCLUSIVE, AND FILLED WITH KINDNESS, AND WE TRY TO AVOID HAVING AN ATMOSPHERE THAT INCLUDES YELLING, BEING UNKIND OR HARSH, OR DRAMA (ALL OF THIS GOES FOR BOTH THE PARENTS AND THE KIDS).** <br>
This group requires active in-person participation and support from its members to be successful. Families are expected to help in various ways - by setting up field trips, hosting co-ops, opening up their homes for events, etc. (by planning at least 1 event per year per family). There are many ways you can help, just let us know what your strengths are and what you can offer to the group.
This group does require an annual fee. Dues ($15.00 per family) are good through FEBRUARY 2020.This will fund the Meetup.com site, but will also help the group by having people actually commit to being a part of it. Often free groups have lots of lookers without many active participants. By charging a fee, people tend to feel more committed and want to "get their money's worth" from the group by attending events and participating. For the safety of those in the group, we do require that you complete the questionnaire and submit a picture of yourself and/or your kids before your membership is approved. You will then have thirty days to attend at least one event and, should you decide the group is a good fit for your family, to pay the annual dues.
WE ARE A NUT-FREE GROUP. OK, we may be nutty homeschoolers, but because of the life-threatening allergies of some of our members, we do not allow nuts of any kinds (including peanut butter and other nut butters) at any of our events.
If our group sounds like a good fit for you so far, please click above to join!! We look forward to meeting you and your homeschooling family soon!!
United Moms of Natomas
United Moms of Natomas is open to all moms in the greater Sacramento area. The majority of our play dates take place in Natomas with the exception of some field trips or other play dates to places like the Train Museum, Aquarium in Folsom, and more!
The majority of events are held during the day time but we are in the process of offering weekend and evening play dates as well! Children of all ages are welcome to ALL events. They are almost all free or very low in cost. We offer play dates at least once a week every week.
We also have moms night out every month! These can include paint night, cookie decorating workshops, game night or even an escape room. It’s a nice opportunity to have some fun with a great group of moms.
We also host parties with potlucks and we host monthly meetings where we can chat about what’s going on with the club and celebrate birthdays as well.
We invite you to join this amazing group of mamas by coming out to a play date (or zoom call) to see if it would be a good fit. Our group is very open and welcoming of all moms and we can’t wait to get to meet you.
Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to meet you soon!
United Moms of Natomas
DaVinci Homeschool Group
San Leandro, CA
Welcome to the DaVinci Homeschool Group!
This friendly & supportive group is geared for families who are actively homeschooling with at least one school aged child (siblings are always welcome). We have a strong teen/tween presence and are developing more events for that age demographic.
We are located in the SF East Bay Area, and meet primarily in San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Castro Valley & Hayward. Our weekly park day is on Tuesdays.
We are a secular group that encourages diversity and our members vary in homeschooling styles, religions, political views, family structures, and probably anything else you can think of.
This group identifies as a community. Communities exist and thrive when all members are active and engaged. We are not just a network or a calendar of events, we are here for the connection. The things we do are possible because we are all working together to make this a fun, caring, and supportive homeschool community. We want to help our children build lasting friendships and at the same time build those kinds of relationships for ourselves too.
Our weekly park day is an important part of our community and the best place to come socialize and connect with the group. We expect every member to be an active participant and require members to attend an event at least once every 60 days, but that number is a bare minimum which we hope members strive to exceed. Our intention is for those who join the group, to also be looking for a community that they can identify with and actively participate in. This group is more than just an online resource, we do need to see you in person. :)
We meet for field trips, art & craft activities, park days, holiday parties, nature walks/hikes, social activities, and lots of hanging out and having fun. We feel that activities for our children are very important, but we also think that it's important for the parent who stays home to get some time to themselves too, so we have a parent's book club and a reoccurring parent's night (or day) out.
We don't offer classes or structured learning situations. To learn about those type of activities offered in the Bay Area, we recommend joining Bay Area Homeschool Field Trips (BAHFT) at https://groups.yahoo.com/groups/BAHFT or checking out Outschool's calendar of events at outschool.com.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
To learn more, please read our "About Us" page here: http://www.meetup.com/DaVinci/about/
**You should receive a message with details about upcoming park days within 48 hours. (If you haven't received a message and are concerned that we missed you, feel free to email us at email@example.com) Meetup may not send a message to your email address, please check your message center here on the Meetup. Thank you!**
Bay Area Single Parents !
Mountain View, CA
Who We Are:
We are a vital and active community of single parents. Our group provides a low pressure way to connect with other single parents on hikes, kids activities, dinners out, events with other single families and more. We average 5+ events per week.
Parenting solo is not easy. The mission of this group is to get single parents and children out interacting with each other for fun, support and friendship, and to enhance lives in the process.
Note: this is not a “singles” dating group. While we do not discourage dating in the group, our focus is on activities and events that foster friendships and support for the parents and kids in our group.
Also, we do not allow former partners of existing members to join the group. See the "About BASP" document below for more information.
See the following pages for more information
Profiles without a full face photo, good introduction or interests and groups blocked will likely not be approved!
Our group sponsors are also single parents:
These individuals and businesses help keep this group going. Please patronize and thank them for the generous donations to our group.
Welcome to The Bay Area Single Parents Meetup Group!
Nerd and Geek Parents
Santa Rosa, CA
We are looking for new friends with similar interests;
Comic Books/Movies-Isn't everyone?
Raising awesome kids-A must
Obviously Covid has taken away much from many people, friendships should not be one of them. My wife and I have a 5 year old daughter and we want to make friends who have kids too, both for our daughter's sake and our own.
We are looking to do play dates, game/movie nights, maybe couples DnD, or hikes.
**Boring Covid Stuff: We are pro-vaxx, science loving super-liberals, who will probably continue wearing masks at social gatherings for the foreseeable future. If this sounds unreasonable, this is probably not a good group to join.
MOMS Club of Fresno-North
Ever feel like you are the only mother who stays at home? Do you live north of Shields and east of the 99, including Clovis. You are not alone! Come meet other at-home mothers at the MOMS Club of Fresno-North, CA. Make lasting friendships for you and your children.
If you are interested in joining, send us a request here and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The International MOMS Club® is a nonprofit organization with over 2,000 chapters in seven countries. We are just for you, the at-home mother of today. Our local chapter has monthly meetings with speakers and discussions, park play days, holiday and family parties, outings for moms and kids, and activity groups tailored to our members' interests. We also help local moms and children through various service projects.
We believe that staying home to raise children is a fulfilling full-time job; perhaps the most important job any mother can choose. We also know the daily challenges that stay-at-home mothers face, and offer support, friendship, and networking for moms, and social opportunities for children. We meet during the day, when mothers-at-home need support. Our goal is to help moms feel less isolated and more understood in the gratifying, yet sometimes difficult role of motherhood. Children are welcomed at all of our activities.
San Mateo First Time Moms (New and Expecting)
San Mateo, CA
I have created this group as I am expecting my first baby this coming August 2021 and would love to meet other first time moms who are new to motherhood or are currently expecting their first baby. I would love the majority of meets ups to be in person but socially distant e.g at the park and other outdoor meet ups where we can socialize in person but still have safety as our first priority.
Santa Maria Homeschooling Meetup Group
Santa Maria, CA
The purpose of this group is to provide homeschool meet-up opportunities for families in Santa Maria. We will be planning park play dates as well as homeschool field trips. These meet-ups are a great opportunity for kids and parents to socialize and have fun. Often times at park days, a parent will offer a quick lesson or kids will present a project they have been working on. Attendees under the age of 18 must have a guardian with them at all times.
parental alienation support meetup (Sacramento area)
August 9, 15 and 23 (Family Access) and 15, 21 and 29 (ISNAF) are this month's seminar & support group calls by two organizations listed below. Click "read more" and scroll down for this and much, much more info related to parental alienation.
This group is for parents (moms and dads) who have been unreasonably estranged from their children due to "parental alienation" (defined below). Adult children who were affected by this are also welcome. Typically our ex-spouses, the allied-favored alienating parents, have some combination of borderline, narcissistic or antisocial personality disorder traits, often including sociopathy / psychopathy. We will share experiences, strategies and support each other. Meetings are approximately monthly
"Parental alienation" is a term which has been used to characterize a set of family dynamics in which a child is influenced by one parent into rejecting a relationship with the other parent, who is otherwise a normal-range and affectionally available parent. This typically occurs following a divorce, although the process can begin while the family is still intact.
The more accurate term for "parental alienation" is "pathogenic parenting" (patho = pathological; genic = genesis, creation). Pathogenic parenting refers to parenting practices that are so aberrant and distorted that they produce significant psychopathology in the child. In professional psychology, the term "pathogenic parenting" is most often used in the context of distortions to the child's attachment system, since the attachment system does not spontaneously or independently dysfunction, but only becomes dysfunctional in response to problematic and "pathogenic parenting" practices.
The correct clinical term for what has traditionally been referred to as "parental alienation" is pathogenic parenting involving a parentally induced suppression of the child's attachment bonding motivations toward a normal-range and affectionally available parent. An induced attachment system disorder.
At the same time as the child entirely rejects a relationship with the targeted-rejected parent, they show a corresponding hyper-bonding motivation toward the allied and favored alienating parent, along with a range of characteristic psychopathology and impairment of development, much of which has been ignored by most of the mental health and legal systems, which lack specialized expertise in assessing, diagnosing and treating this worldwide issue.
Pathogenic parenting is the issue of concern. The borderline / narcissist / antisocial parent is creating significant psychopathology in the child in order to meet the parent's own emotional and psychological needs. This is child psychological abuse, a child protection issue, not a custody issue.
Seminar & Support Group call info:
Note that calls listed on the above site as "Support Call for Parents of Adult Alienated Children" are closed unless you sign up and wait on a long list for your turn to be one of the five parents on the call. Other calls open to anyone.
December 2020 update:
"Don't take anything personally" - a hard but important lesson, here presented on pages 44-49 of a 90 page pdf: https://pdfkeep.com/en/personal-growth/The-Four-Agreements-Don-Miguel-Ruiz.pdf
One way to find additional support in COVID times: on meetup.com, search for "parental alienation," change the distance setting to "any distance," and you'll find some other groups elsewhere offering support via zoom or teleconference. Some of our members have come to this group via the same route.
November 2020 update:
on the importance of appearing emotionless and boring to your sociopathic ex:
check out this group: isnaf.info (International Support Network of Alienated Families) - they have monthly aupport group calls, a grief program and more.
a great new book: Outsmarting the Sociopath Next Door, by Martha Stout, Ph.D., 2020
March 2018 updates:
Live Facebook Video Chats with Director Ginger Gentile are back! How do we build a winning movement to reunite families?
Director Ginger Gentile shares lessons on how to build a global movement that will reunite families #erased by divorce courts. What has worked in other countries? How do we get people to support children's rights to have both parents in their lives?
an adult alienated child's website - includes podcasts: https://danalaquidara.com
February 2018 updates:
A couple of websites for those who had relationships / children with psychopaths:
Liane Leedom is a psychiatrist who married and had a son with a psychopath. Her book "Just Like His Father?" is about parenting kids who have a genetic risk for anti-social behavior, as well as ADHD and addiction.
A superb site with the top experts contributing; also has some great podcasts on the topic.
In October 2017 the Parental Alienation Study Group had its first open conference; you can watch the presentations by the experts here at the PASG youtube channel:
August 2017 updates:
Karen Woodall's long-awaited book "Understanding Parental Alienation: Learning to Cope, Helping to Heal" is finally available and has good advice for those who still have some contact with their child, also Karen was a former alienated child herself:
Erasing Family Documentary: learning about this upcoming film and help to support it:
Also at the link you can watch the director's previous film "Erasing Dad" (Borrando a Papa, spanish with english subtitles, produced in Argentina, available on youtube)
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has given an emotional UC Berkeley commencement address and written a book, "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy," about coping with devastating loss (her husband died abruptly two years ago), which are both inspirational and relevant to the situation of the target parent of alienated kids:
Mommy Interrupted Radio Show is a good listen, with host Kristi Beck, who was erased from her daughter's life. A variety of ways to access by internet, I get shows off youtube and convert to mp3, but there's sure to be a more direct way to get them.
Listening to the comments of adult children of alienation, who have returned to the long lost parent, is always good. In addition to Karen Woodall and Ryan Thomas, mentioned below, three others are
Dorcy Pruter http://www.consciouscoparentinginstitute.com/
Amanda Sillars https://www.emmm.org.au/
and an alienated daughter (don't know her name) who writes Mother Erased: a Memoir, which is a blog at https://thefourthagreement.wordpress.com/ She recently indicated that she will start a podcast on behalf of alienated children.
A word of caution about Dorcy Pruter: she has a valid message and important things to say, but also no formal training or education, is a former "life coach" and has chosen to monetize what she has to offer in a (to me) disturbing scam / multilevel marketing-type way involving absurd amounts of money charged for little substance. I've seen her in person and would say listen to whatever you can on the internet for free - there is value, but don't spend a dime (for example, there's a very good interview of her and Craig Childress on Mommy Interrupted Radio Show, 4/16/2017).
H.G. Beverly's book "The Other Side of Charm: Your Memoir" is a unique portrayal of intimate life with a charming psychopath for a spouse, through courtship and marriage, divorce, alienation of the children . . . written entirely in the 2d person voice ("you . . .") If you've experienced this, it's very insightful and rings true.
The blogs of Karen Woodall and Craig Childress remain my best daily source of inspiration and understanding on this issue:
Also Dr. Childress' website: http://drcachildress.org/asp/site/parentalalienation/index.asp
End of August 2017 updates
To start getting a state of the art understanding of what you and your children are really dealing with:
Karen Woodall has the best advice re: how to interact with these kids if you still have some contact. These 4 blog posts (on empathic responding) are some of my favorites:
The book "The Power of Validation" by Karyn Hall and Melissa Cook is also helpful for learning this, especially for those of us who were rarely validated ourselves as children.
These are two blog posts every target parent should read, about taking care of yourself in light of the trauma that is being inflicted on you:
(responses are great, too)
Karen's 2d blog (apparently discontinued, but still has good stuff up), described as for those:
"who are on the journey beyond where they can rescue their children and who are learning how to wait and hope and seeking to live a congruent life whilst doing so. . . . my journey on that road beyond the court process and into the world where parents wait for their children to get free. I will be sharing stories on here from parents whose children did get free and will be interviewing children as well as their parents about those things which helped them most. Here is where those who wait are welcome. Here is where we will not push the river but learn how to help it flow.
Ryan Thomas is an adult alienated child who eventually saw the light, reconciled with his dad and now coaches targeted parents:
Consider joining the National Alliance for Targeted Parents and becoming an informed part of the movement to end this:
Karen's advice to the mother of a completely alienated adult daughter who can't tolerate mom's presence rings true to me:
"From her perspective, she is likely to be under so much pressure/charm/threat/anxiety/distortion within her relationship with her father that she is unable to see anything any differently and that is the legacy her relationship with her father has handed to her. For now. Until one day the sense of cognitive dissonance she is currently able to bear, may fracture for one reason or another – his death perhaps, her contact with someone who challenges her, the coming to consciousness of the underlying dynamics he is burying with his controlling behaviours. In real terms, as she is an adult, there is little you can do other than to live well and healthily knowing it is not you, it is him and leaving all the possibilities for her return open without spending time by the door waiting for her. Your live must be lived and lived well. Her life has its own trajectory which will include, at some point, questions, anxieties, hauntings and other signs that she may follow one day. Alienated adult children who are convinced [the problem] is you can grow to become toxic, and protection from the double whammy of father and daughter ganging up against you is an absolute must in situations like yours."
The above quote is in the comments from this controversial post:
It's worth reading the post and all the comments. The claim that one's child has been alienated against you is sometimes untrue, or not fully true to that the extent the target parent thinks, as explored in the post.
Thanks for reading and feel free to message me with comments or questions.
MOMS Club-Simi Valley
Simi Valley, CA
Welcome to MOMS Club Simi Valley!
MOMS Club is a support group designed to meet the needs of today’s mother. We host a variety of activities including park days, play dates, field trips to various locations, community service projects, and seasonal parties. Don’t forget Moms Night Out, the best way to really get to know the other members in the group! Every member is encouraged to suggest activities for the monthly calendar. This ensures that the things you enjoy doing with your little ones can be shared with others. Of course children are welcome to all activities.
We are not simply a play group, but a group designed to support MOM. Our members are looking to make lifelong friends as well as create meaningful, lasting friendships for their children. We encourage lots of participation. The more activities you attend, the more you will benefit from the group.
We know that being an at-home mother means making a financial sacrifice, so dues to our local chapter are only $25 per year. Please feel free to email us if you’re interested in joining our group, or have any other questions regarding MOMS Club. We'd love to hear from you! MOMSClubSimiValley@gmail.com
Hope to see you soon!
MOMS Club Simi Valley serves moms living in Simi Valley!
To find a chapter near you...
The MOMS Club® is a nonprofit corporation and a 501 (C) (3) publicly-supported charity.
Single Moms by Choice-Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
This group provides a community of support for Single Moms by Choice (also known as SMC or Choice Moms), thinkers and triers who are living in Los Angeles County. A SMC is a woman who makes the deliberate choice to become a mother (most commonly through use of donor insemination, egg donation, or adoption/fostering) knowing from the outset that she will be the sole parent of her child.
Women who are thinking about becoming a single mom by choice, actively trying to become pregnant, or already are a SMC are welcome to join us. We host monthly gatherings and play dates for the kids that are open to all members along with meetups for thinkers/triers who have questions and need support. Our goal is to provide deeper connections between thinkers/triers and SMCs to help you navigate the pathway to and throughout motherhood, answer questions and to create a larger community in Los Angeles for SMCs and their children.
We know that how one becomes a single mother may encompass many other situations (divorce, separation, widowed, conceived using a partner no longer in the picture, etc.). For women who are single parents in the more traditional sense or are co-parenting, there are many other groups and resources available to support you but this group would not be appropriate.
https://www.singlemothersbychoice.org/ We encourage you to join this national network and to participate in the discussion forums for additional resources and support.
West Coast Watercraft PWC, Enthusiasts, Adventures & Beyond
Long Beach, CA
West Coast Watercraft PWC Enthusiasts and Adventures in SoCal (Southern California) a Jet Ski Riders Society
California based organization, Jet Ski Adventurers and Enthusiasts on the West Coast and beyond…
Our Personal Watercraft Riders are in Southern California, Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Canada, Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. This organization was founded in 2012 along with a group of experienced PWC enthusiasts who enjoy riding and exploring waterways throughout the West Coast and Southern California. The WCWCC is an adventure destination watercraft riding entities in Southern and Northern California and continuing our 10th consecutive year as the hottest and respected organization in SoCal with over 40 planned rides a year!!! Since we are a Watercraft Riding entity, we have no restrictions on what types of watercraft's are used at our events.
The WCWCC is a lifestyle branding PWC group associated with Jet Rider Nation, IJSBA with over 50 sponsors to provide our club members with discounts. Being a member is free there are no fees or hidden costs. The WCWCC wants our members to participate and have a great time on the water.
The WCWCC offers organized, non-organized jet ski rides and events all year around. Our PWC group visits, Catalina Avalon, Catalina Two Harbors, Long Beach, Newport Beach, Dana Point, Oceanside, San Diego, Mission Bay, Marina Del Rey, Channel Islands Harbor, Ventura, and Santa Barbara. When riding these areas, we always stop and take in the amazing view of the coastal communities and admire the scenery.
Some of our away trips include Laughlin, Lake Mojave, Lake Havasu, Parker Strip, Blythe, Yuma AZ including a stop at Walters Camp (A WCWCC Sponsor) and well as our NorCal division offering over 1800 miles of river ways where you can see the Golden Gate, Fisherman's Warf, The Dead Fleet (retired ship are stored) Sacramento, and Stockton.
Our 2022 riding schedule is being planned amongst our newly formed committee. Lots of exciting untouched areas that the WCWCC will explore during their adventure.
WCWCC Club Sizzle: https://youtu.be/WYkv1QJd8ew
We are a warm and welcoming group of moms that get together for playgroups, playdates, field trips, Mom's Night Outs, and much more! Most of all, this is a place where moms can connect and build lasting friendships for themselves and their kids. Most of our moms are from Moorpark, but we welcome moms from any of the surrounding towns. Most of our activities take place during weekday mornings and early afternoons. Our kids range in age from 0-8. Our group is a great way to meet new friends, especially if you're new to the area. We look forward to meeting you!
We meet every member before they join the group--this is just a safety precaution and not an interview. We have yearly membership dues of $11. You will have a 60 day trial membership with us to make sure we are the right group for you. We look forward to hearing from you!
Please make sure to check your spam folder after you request to join, unfortunately many of our emails end up there.
Bay Area BIPOC Families Hiking Adventures
San Jose, CA
Hi Everyone! This hiking and outdoor adventure group is for BIPOC parents, moms, dads, friends and families with kids ages newborn to 10 years old who would like to explore the outdoors together with our kids in a supportive and encouraging community. We will be planning 1-2 hikes a week in the surrounding Bay Area parks, as well as other outdoor activities (ex. Ardenwood Farms, Children’s Fairyland, etc) 1-2x a month. We look forward to everyone joining and will have a zoom meet up before the first scheduled hike. If you have any questions, let us know.
Also, following community guidelines all attendees under the age of 18 must have a guardian with them.