December 2021 Calendar

*Denotes members only events.

‘Tis the season for holiday fun! Looking forward to these festive events coming up in December.

Stay-at-home or part-time working moms in the Bismarck/Mandan area: are you looking for new mom friends, a chance for your kids to socialize with other children, and opportunities to give back to the community? Check out MOMS Club® of Bismarck! Stop by one of our public events to meet us and see if we’d be a good fit for what you’re looking for. Email us at momsclubbismarck@gmail.com or direct message us through our public Facebook page to let us know you’re coming.

In the meantime, see these FAQs for additional information about us.

Harvest Halloween Party

Thanks to everyone who joined us this morning at our Harvest Halloween Party! The autumn sun was warm enough that we were able to get together outside at a park. The kids read a Halloween-themed book, made a pumpkin patch craft, and decorated trick-or-treat bags with stickers. Then we passed out candy and celebrated a birthday.

November 2021 Calendar

We have some exciting events coming up in November! Additional details for our members have been posted in our private group.

Are you an at-home or part-time working mom in the Bismarck/Mandan/Lincoln area? If so, are you:

New to motherhood?
New to the area?
Looking for some new mom friends who totally understand the beautiful yet chaotic experience of raising little humans?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, join us at one of our public events! Send us an email at momsclubbismarck@gmail.com or message us through our Facebook page to let us know to expect you. We’re a group of approximately 30 local moms and their kids focused on offering each other support and opportunities to socialize and get involved in the community.

For more info about our club, check our our FAQs.

Adventure at the Archaeology Lab

MOMS Club® of Bismarck had a wonderful tour today of the Archaeology Lab at the Heritage Center! We discovered the faunal comparative collection, and the kids were able to hold a bison femur and turtle, wolf, and rodent skeletons. Then we looked at the material collection, where we checked out obsidian (volcanic glass), Knife River Flint, and viewed the projectile point collection. We also toured the archives, where over 12 million artifacts such as pottery, various knives, and other historic materials are stored and managed.