What We Do

The MOMS Club® of Uniontown, OH has events scheduled Monday thru Friday during the day.
You may attend as many or as few as you desire for your lifestyle, family, and schedule.

MOMS Club of Uniontown Ohio picture, 4 small children sitting together on a swing outside enjoying the day.Monthly Social – We meet once a month to go over club business, meet with new members, have informative speakers, and simply hang out!  There is toys available for the kids, and we take turns bringing snacks for both kids and moms!

MOMS Club of Uniontown Ohio picture, child wearing Halloween costume standing in front of scarecrow, pumpkin, and straw bale decorated Thanksgiving scene.Playgroups – Playgroups are one of the top reasons members join our club. These are either hosted at a member’s house, local park, coffee shop, or some other fun place!  Members will be asked to volunteer to host a playgroup at least once every 3 months, but are not obligated to host at their homes.  As a host, you and your children will attend the playgroup and be the point person for the activity (i.e. if you host at a park or other venue).

MOMS Club of Uniontown Ohio picture, Miller's Farm tour, child cradling small kitten.Tours & Field Trips – We have had tours of restaurants, ice cream shops, local fire stations, farms, and orchards.  We also go on field trips to  places like the Zoo and the McKinley Museum.

MOMS Night Out (MNO) MOMS Night Out occurs once a month.  During this time, moms are given the opportunity to join together and mingle with other moms.  Some past events have included attending a spa for pedicures, dining out, a comedy club, movie night, a winery, and lately a huge hit has been MOMs Night IN (at a members house).  It’s a great way for moms to relax and pamper themselves.                            

Donut DayParties – We have a Spring Egg Hunt, an annual Spring Banquet, a Family Picnic in the summer, a Halloween Party in the Fall, and a Family Holiday Party in the winter.

Activity GroupsThe MOMS Club sponsors adult activity groups for members with common interests.  These change as interests change, but there has been a scrapbooking club and coupon, book, and lunch exchanges.

Toddlerathon 2012Community Service Projects Each chapter is asked to complete at least one service project per year benefiting families and children in need.  Its a great way to teach our children the importance of giving.  Past proceeds have been donating to charities such as Susan G. Koman Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, adopt a Military Family, Green Good Neighbors, Akron Children’s Hospital and the Akron-Canton Regional FoodBank, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Project KARE, and the YMCA. Go to Service Projects if you’d like to know more!

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