Mommy Clubs

Socializing moms and kids
Go Momma Playgroup

Go Momma Playgroup

Sponsorships may have changed over the years for what is now Go Momma Playgroup, but the mission remains the same: for mommies and children alike to build lifelong memories, connections and friendships. Children get to practice social skills and moms receive a network for advice and friendships by attending play dates and moms night out. While many playgroups and activities follow Go Momma Fitness classes as the fitness group powers the club and is organized by the same local mommy, Glynis Nelson, there is no requirement to join both to be part of the other—all moms and their children are welcome to join Go Momma Playgroup.

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Springfield MO Moms

Springfield MO Moms

Going several days without an adult conversation, or at least one without mention of diaper changes and nap durations, you might start to feel as if you’re living in a loop. Springfield MO Moms seeks to bring those families together to build connections and just get out of the house every once in a while. The group also helps small businesses by offering sponsorships on their sites, directing their members to those services, while keeping membership free to all in the area.

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Moms Club

MOMs Club

Serving moms and their children from Ozark, Nixa, Republic and South Springfield, MOMS Club of Ozark seeks to give moms a support system and adult interaction mixed with fun activities and friendships to entertain their children. Don’t worry about toting a diaper bag to any of the club’s meetings or events as children are welcome to all events—minus Moms Night Out and Couples Night Out events (we all need a break sometimes). Member and former membership vice president Angel Freeman answered our questions about the club.

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Mother's of Preschoolers

Mothers of Preschoolers

Located in both Branson and Springfield, Mothers of Preschoolers, or MOPS, provides local moms of children five years old or younger with the opportunity to take a couple of hours away from the rugrats and come together for games, crafts, speakers and fellowship. Co-coordinators for Branson’s morning MOPS group, Erika Grimmer and Katrina Cramer, answered our questions about their group.

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