Let's join hands and give thanks for each other this holiday season! Please join us on Friday, Nov. 17 for our annual Working Moms Group Momsgiving. We will enjoy a celebratory fall meal featuring Honey Baked Ham and hot apple cider. This year's Momsgiving will also feature a pie competition! We will sample homemade pies and vote on two winners: prettiest pie and most delicious pie. Winners of the pie-baking competition will earn a prize. All registrants are welcome to enter the pie competition, but if baking a pie isn't your passion or doesn't fit in your Working Mom schedule, we invite you to bring a bottle of wine instead!
Please register by Nov. 12. Registration fee is $25.
Momsgiving will be hosted by Dabney Baum. Please park on the even side of the road.
We hope to see you there!
Emily Farrar, Working Moms Group Lead Coordinator
Your registration fee is due at the time you register. Please note that we are generally unable to issue account credits less than 7 days prior to an event.
All members are welcome. Preference on the waitlist will be given to those who have joined the WMG subgroup and 2023-24 WMF volunteers. Subgroups are open to all members. To join a subgroup, including WMG, update your profile on the app or website. For more information, please visit our webpage. If you would like to volunteer with WMF, please reply to this email or contact email@example.com.
WMG is a Wellesley Mothers Forum subgroup dedicated to fostering this unique community of working moms. We join together from across Wellesley and neighboring towns to support and empower each other with positivity, encouragement and solutions for the unique challenges of juggling motherhood with careers and community leadership. We are here to share what encourages our excellence. Event topics are intended to cover a broad range of themes of interest to our members, and especially those addressing the nexus of succeeding as women in the workplace, thriving as moms at home, supporting our local communities, and finding time for self care. We are all in this together. #wellesleyworkingmoms