Wow! It’s hard to believe September is already here! We hope you all enjoyed another great summer on the North Shore with your families and are feeling ready for the back to school routine to set in. This years’ council is hard at work planning opportunities for both caregivers and kiddos to connect safely despite . . . read more
Not yet a Member?
For just $50 starting each September, our members receive:
- Invitations to all of our member-only events (over 25 a year!), sent out via Evite.
- Participation in our playgroups and other programs.
- Membership in our private Facebook Group (optional).
Access to the members-only section of the web site.
Why all of the privacy?
We avoid publicizing playgroup times and all of our children’s events and locations for safety reasons.
What does the HWMC spend the $50 on?
Membership dues are used to fund programs and activities for our moms and kids (face painter, easter eggs, live music at events, etc) as well as pay for operational expenses.
As we approach the end of our 2020-2021 ‘season’ (for those who don’t know, we take a break from events for the summer in July and re-engage late August/early September), we reflect on a year that was far (far, far) from perfect, but that somehow brought us together despite it all. We are so thankful for . . . read more
Spring has officially, fully sprung and we aren’t surprised to see a flurry of outdoor activities throughout our communities. The warmth of the sun has brightened spirits and delivered renewed energy and hope as we continue to round the corner of this pandemic. In concert with this change to warmer weather and better days, our club will . . . read more
We’ve never felt as strongly that fresh air and muddy boots make everything better as we do this spring. The warm weather has brightened spirits, encouraged blooms and drawn our children outside to run off all of that ENERGY. While they’re out there, consider teaching them about Earth Day and all it stands for – . . . read more
The warm weather teases we’ve enjoyed these past few weeks, as well as the relative safety of outdoor play and meet-ups, have us pining for spring temps even more than usual. As we get closer to the opportunity to offer outdoor events and excursions similar to those we enjoyed in the fall, we’ve continued to cultivate a . . . read more
Despite an unexpectedly 2020-ish start, we hope as we enter February, that 2021 is taking a turn for the better for everyone. It’s getting dark a bit later, Tom Brady will keep the Super Bowl interesting, we’ve welcomed a bunch of adorable babies, we made (and drank) Sangria, people are getting vaccinated – we’ll just . . . read more
We are so thrilled to be able to wish you all a very HAPPY NEW YEAR! We are wishing…and hoping…and thinking…and praying…that 2021 brings much peace, relief, togetherness and happiness to everyone. As we eagerly await warmer temperatures and the ability to gather more frequently once again, we continue to find as many virtual – and . . . read more
We hope everyone has been well and that you were able to relax a little this Thanksgiving holiday – whatever shape or form it took. It was helpful to reflect on all we have to be thankful for and to remind ourselves this situation is temporary, regardless of whether or not it feels that way . . . read more
Repeat after me: We will not let a snow storm in October keep us from finding ways to get outside! And at least we’re all ahead of the game now in terms of digging out all of the snow gear??? If you take a moment to read through this month’s newsletter you’ll take comfort in the . . . read more
Hello October!Fall is here and we’re loving the crisp, yet still sunny weather. We’re going to continue to provide opportunities that take advantage of the great outdoors for as long as possible. We’re New Englanders after all and bundling up comes with the territory. Be sure to peruse the newsletter for upcoming outdoor events including . . . read more