Many thanks to Lori at Roving Donkey Farm for the tour this morning! We learned about how they grow vegetables and support the Bismarck community through their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. They also sell some of their produce to local restaurants and donate it to Bismarck Public Schools.
Looking forward to some exciting events this fall! Members, check out more details in the private group.
Moms in the Bismarck/Mandan/Lincoln area, are you:
- New to motherhood?
- New to the area?
- New to being a stay-at-home or part-time working mom?
- Looking for some company while your older kids are at school?
- Or simply looking for some new mom friends who totally get the beautiful yet chaotic experience of caring for little humans?
Then come join us at one of our public events! Just send us an email at email@example.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. See you soon!
Thanks to everyone who stopped by to see us at Urban Harvest on July 29th! We enjoyed hanging out downtown and telling members of the community about our club.
Thanks to everyone who helped out with our club’s yard sale last weekend! (The sale will count as our service project for the next year.) We have currently raised over $600, which will be donated to the Dakota Children’s Advocacy Center.
Some other items that didn’t sell were donated to local groups, such as North Dakota Adult & Teen Challenge, Inc. A box of kid shoes and throw blankets was picked up by ND Emergency Relief, and a car load of leftover items was donated to the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch. We also sent a truck load of unsold items to Goodwill and a box of books to the Bismarck Veterans Memorial Public Library.
It was a beautiful evening for MOMS Club® of Bismarck to ride in the Band Day Parade through central Bismarck! It’s an annual tradition where musicians of all ages get together to play, along with local community organizations. The kids helped us decorate our float, and a few of our older kids walked along and passed out brochures.