“I don’t know what “thriving” will look like for you in this year of your life, but I hope it looks like Peace. I hope it looks like reading good books and having living room conversations right in the middle of your uncertainty. I hope you notice you are thriving in the most subtle ways, on the . . . 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.
- Glass Blowing class at The Bubble FactoryThu Apr 16 2020, 07:00pm EDT - 09:00pm EDT
- No Small Matter screening event hosted by Early Childhood PartnersThu Apr 16 2020, 07:00pm EDT
February seemed to zip by in a flash as we catapult into (dare we say) the premature signs of spring. We hope everyone is healthy, rested and rejuvenated after a busy month of colds, school vacation and daily routine. This coming week on March 5th we look forward to hosting our New Member Social. This is one of our favorite and most . . . read more
2020 is off in full swing. We’ve had a busy month and even more planned for you in February. In addition to our usual packed calendar, we’ve added a few weekend fitness classes thanks to the ‘Health Challenge HWMC 2020.’ There has been an amazing turnout at our latest events, and we couldn’t be more excited to continue . . . read more
Happy New Year! As we’ve all relished in the downtime the end of 2019 brought, we wanted to wish you all a joyous and healthy new year, and new decade. As we step back into our busy schedules we hope everyone starts the year off with a fresh and optimistic outlook. Which, as mothers of young ones, . . . read more
It’s hard to believe that the Holidays are here and are in full swing. Time is just cruising on by! We kicked off Thanksgiving week with a really fun night decorating wreaths while sipping wine at Marini Farm. One of our favorite annual events! We have a lot of fun things lined up for December, so be on the . . . read more
A Letter from the Co-Presidents Where did the last month go?! Between power outages, cancelled school days, kid sports, mom sports (yay MomBall!!) and life in general the last thirty days zipped on by! As we gear up for holiday mode, the HWMC has lots to add to your calendar to keep you sane and get . . . read more
Wow, September has flown by! We hope that you have enjoyed this beautifully warm month and eased back into school and schedules. Things have been busy here gearing up for another great year of the HWMC. Our Council has been hard at work scheduling an amazing line up; lots of exciting new events, favorite old ones and weekly meet ups . . . read more
As summer is winding down, we hope everyone has enjoyed time outside with their families in one of New England’s best seasons. We’re so lucky to live in such a wonderful place! As we look ahead to the start of school, we’re excited for the HWMC activities to resume. We have a lot planned for the month of . . . read more
It’s been an amazing summer break thus far! We hope everyone has been basking in the long hot days, taking extra deep breaths to find that reserve of patience, and really soaking up the season we pray for all winter and spring.We had such a fun year and wanted to take a moment to thank all . . . read more
School is coming to a screeching halt this month leaving our calendars jammed with all sorts of end of year celebrations, recitals and birthday parties. We hope amidst all the craziness you carve out some time, because the Council has put together some really great events this month to wrap up our year. We’ll be going a . . . read more