Parent Groups for Moms and Dads in Westchester County
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Mocha Moms is for women of color who have chosen to postpone their careers in order to take care of their families. The chapter has a book club, morning tea sessions at a local tea house, an annual black history book fair, a spring wine tasting fundraiser, mom's nights out, and weekly support Chat 'n Chew sessions.
The group's mission is that all mothers fall in love with life as much as they have with their children. To accomplish that goal, the group provides plenty of opportunities for mothers to reconnect with their lives by relaxing and reinventing. The group sponsors Mom's Nights Out and conferences, including a "Mom Gets A Business" conference.
Moms of Pelham, NY prides itself on leaving its doors wide open to any type of mother. Whether you are a mother who is strict on healthy foods and early bedtimes or take more relaxed methods to raising a child, Moms of Pelham is there to provide a common setting for moms to come together and share their experiences and knowledge.
Moms of Pleasantville prides itself on leaving its doors open to any type of mother. Whether you are a mother who is strict on healthy foods and early bedtimes or take more relaxed methods to raising a child, Moms of Pleasantville is there to provide a common setting for moms to come together and share their experiences and knowledge.
Mothers of Preschoolers is a group that meets the needs of moms with children from birth through kindergarten. Having a preschooler can be a long lasting, exhausting experience, and MOPS is there to provide a network of moms of all ages who want to be the best moms as possible. MOPS believes that building relationships with other local moms and providing resources like books, meetings, and their website is a great way to help moms who have preschoolers.
No Drama Mammas & Pappas of NY is a social networking group unlike any other mommy group around. Open to all parent guardians including fathers, grandparents, and caregivers, this group provides a substantial list of local events for the family while connecting parents in an online social setting. The group offers adult and child book clubs, as well as an array of classes in arts, sports, and music. A parent written newsletter is also published every month on a national level, covering a wide range of parent topics plus reviews of products.
The Guidance Center of Westchester
2 Central Ave., Tarrytown
Located at The Guidance Center of Westchester whose mission is to improve the well-being of people all ages through specialized programs, Parents Place is a place for both parents and children to socialize and play. With scholarships available and very affordable class prices ($30 for six sessions), Parents Place is a great location to bring the kids. Parents Place also offers programs for children with special needs. Every two Sundays during the month, a Family Days course is offered for parents and their children affected by autism. Also, on one Wednesday each month, Parents Place offers a parents-only class providing the time to share information and resources for coping with behavioral issues your child has. All autism programs are free of charge.
Parents Without Partners of Westchester is for all the single parents living in a two-parent world. PWP is the only international group of its kind providing help to single parents. The group offers an array of activities including dinners and socials at local restaurants, group discussions, and end-of-month meet-ups.
Playtime for Little Ones New Rochelle was founded for moms looking to have their young ones meet friends and have playtime together. Each month there are different themes, circle time, outdoor activities, story telling, and games.
145 Palisade St., Dobbs Ferry
Geared for new moms, Rivertown Mamas is located in the heart of Dobbs Ferry and connects local women and their children through workshops, playgroups, and a variety of classes. From prenatal yoga to breast-feeding classes and cafe dates Rivertown Mamas provides everything a new mother needs, including classes for mothers looking to reclaim some of their own creativity. Support groups are also offered for parents of children with special needs.
South Asian Parents of Westchester was created with the aim to bring together South Asian immigrant families living in Westchester. Commonly known as Desi parents, the group strives to provide the opportunity for South Asian children born in America to grow up around other South Asian children.
Southern Westchester Attachment Parenting is dedicated to the principles of babywearing, co-sleeping, and gentle discipline, among others. Every month, Founder Jennifer McCay holds a playmate session at her own home in White Plains to bring together like-minded attachment parents living in Westchester. The group also has a monthly attachment parent support group, playschool sessions, and parenting book clubs.
We offer Stroller Strides and Stroller Barre classes, which are not just a walk in the park for moms with strollers! We offer a total body workout for mom while your child comes along for a ride in the stroller. While we are sweating, we sing and play fun games with the kids to keep them entertained and involved in the class. In addition to a great workout, you can meet some amazing moms and kids. Our program also offers FREE Moms Club Playgroups that consist of weekly meet-ups after class, monthly moms night out activities, and special community events. Enroll online in any class to register for you first FREE.
This group offers support to divorced and separated mothers by providing a group of women going through the same process.
Started by three women who traded their busy New York City lives for motherhood in the suburbs of Westchester County, Wee Westchester was created to provide mothers looking for fun stuff to do with and without their children around the entire county. From guides to the best schools to date nights with local moms and the newest family-friendly events happening around the corner, Wee Westchester provides plenty of chances for moms and their children to get out of the house.
Westchester Families prides itself on being the ultimate meet-up group for families living in Westchester, no matter the age of the children. Due to the wide net the group casts, the two founders work hard to organize local events for everyone. Over the past two years, the group has developed relationships with local businesses to help sponsor family-friendly events.
The Westchester Food Allergy Support Team gives Westchester parents a chance to meet other parents raising children with food allergies. The group gives plenty of opportunities to socialize and discuss the hardships of dealing with food allergies, asthma, and eczema.
Started by a mother who moved from Manhattan to Westchester County, this group strives to bring together Scarsdale mothers through community driven events and playdates.