MOMS Club of Fullerton

MOMS Offering MOMS Support

We offer a variety of activities for you and your children to enjoy.  


Child-Friendly Activities

Park Play

We schedule many park days where the kids can run, play, and enjoy snacks, giving Moms a chance talk and enjoy some time outside. 
 
Playgroups

Special interest or age groups are formed as needed to support mothers and children that play together.  These groups are ever-evolving as the club shows a need and enable MOMS to form bonds with other women whose children are of similar developmental stages. 


Parties 

Themed parties are fun to plan and implement as the kids get to celebrate festive times of the year.  Most of these parties are open to potential new members and are great ways to meet our club.  Some of these parties include a Halloween Trick-or-treat, Christmas book exchange, and Valentine's exchange.


Field Trips

We enjoy monthly outings to local places for no or low cost to our families, where kids get to participate on many levels in the activities.  Some places include baseball stadiums, grocery stores, eateries, fire and police stations, and many more. 



MOMS ONLY Activities


MOMS Club® of Fullerton East offers the possibility of a variety of activities for you to enjoy, occasionally without the kids. 


MOMS Night Out

MOMS just need to get out every once in a while and enjoy the friendships that we are creating.  Join us for our monthly night outs where we get to hang out, relax and not have to chase after little ones.


Couples Night Out

MOMS also enjoys nights out with our significant others. We will go out as couples throughout the year for date nights. Past nights have included CSUF bowling, Brea Jazz Festival, and The Bruery, to name a few.


MOMS of Older Children

Our "Empty nest" MOMS enjoy a cup of coffee and chat while the kids are at school, hanging out, sharing ideas, and providing a shoulder as our little ones are growing up.


History


MOMS Club began in 1983 when Mary James, an at-home mother in California, decided she was tired of being alone at home. She wanted to meet other at-home mothers and she wanted to find other at-home children for her children to play with. When she discovered there were no other organizations that met during the day and allowed her to come with her baby and preschooler, she decided to start a brand new organization just for at-home mothers, and MOMS Club was born.


The chapter she started was so successful, she knew mothers in other areas must have been needing the MOMS Club too. Soon she and other volunteers were helping mothers start MOMS Club across the country and around the world! 

MOMS Club currently has 2,100+ chapters in the US alone and more than 110,000 members worldwide. Visit MOMS Club to find your local chapter or create one.