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Event Details

 MOMS ClubŪ of Omaha-NW, NE Welcome Home Open House
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When
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Where
Omaha, NE
Region
Omaha Metro
Description
The MOMS ClubŪ, an international nonprofit support group for at-home mothers, is starting a new chapter in the Omaha area this month.

Local chapters plan monthly meetings with interesting speakers and discussions, park play days, special outings for mothers and their children, family holiday parties, and activity groups like playgroups, arts 'n crafts, monthly MOMS Night Out, babysitting coops, coffee club, and lunch bunch!

Because the MOMS Club is a support group for the mother-at-home, we meet during the day and children are welcome at ALL of our activities!

The Omaha-NW, NE MOMS Club is specifically for mothers in their area, but mothers outside the boundaries can find out which chapter is available to them by visiting momsclub.org.
For more information or to RSVP for the Welcome Home Open House, call or email:

Emily Oshel, President
641-691-1981 (cell)
nwomahamoms@gmail.com
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Price
Member Price: $The Welcome Home Open House is a free event for all interested moms and children. Prospective members are invited to attend up to 2 monthly meetings before joining. Upon joining, member dues are $25.00 annually.

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