MOMS Club ® of Oregon City & Beavercreek, Oregon

MOMS Club members contribute events to the monthly calendar. Members can pick and choose which events they attend. Children are welcome at all MOMS Club functions.

Open Playdate: Get together with MOMS to visit while the kids play. Open Playdates are open to any age children.

MOMS & Muffins: This is a morning time with muffins, coffee, tea, etc. MOMS can gab with one another while the kids play. This is usually held at a member’s home.

Snack & Craft: MOMS open their home for kid friendly crafts along with a snack.

Park Outings: Members organize outings to local parks for playtime, picnics and activities.

Local Outings: Members visit local attractions such as the zoo, OMSI, the library, museums, gymnastic centers, or even the local McDonalds.

MOMS Night Out: MOMS enjoy an evening out. These outings are sometimes held at local restaurants but may be whatever the Members are interested in doing (Movies, Arts & Crafts, Rotating Dinners, etc.).  This is one of our most popular events!


The MOMS Club sponsors activities for members with common interests. Here are a few groups our club offers:

Sugar & Spice is a recipe exchange. Try tasty goodies and share recipes with other MOMS.
SHARE Club  (Sewing Hearts Are Rewarded Everlasting) makes no-sew blankets that are donated to the community.
Empty Nesters are the MOMS in the club whose youngest child is school age or older. These ladies get together for special “kid free” playdates (ie. lunch out, beauty treatments, Christmas shopping, ect.).
Book Club meets to discuss predetermined books that are read by the group.
Playgroups are weekly or monthly groups that meet for play-dates.
Fit & Trim meets to support one another in healthly lifestyle choices including weightloss.

Our Club believes in giving back to the community. Throughout the year we participate in many different services projects and fundraisers. Such as…

Project Start Right

Fill a Stocking, Fill a Heart

Dougy Center for Grieving Families

Clackamas County Women’s Services

The Children’s Center of Clackamas County

The Children’s Center Teddy Bear Parade

MOMS Club International’s Mother-to-Mother Fund

Additionally, the Club publishes and distributes a directory of Oregon City and Beavercreek area preschools. These directories may be viewed at the Oregon City Public Library, Eastham Community Center and the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce.

You are welcome to come and check out MOMS Club of Oregon City and Beavercreek at our next monthly meeting! Our chapter is very open to newcomers and hope you’ll consider becoming a new member. You’ll probably be one of many visitors.

Each of us is in our own season of mothering. Some of us are first time parents, others have many children; some have grown kids, others have infants; some of us are new in town, while some of us have lived here for years, but we all have mothering in common. MOMS Club introduces stay home moms with other stay home moms for togetherness, support and friendship.

Our MOMS Club Chapter is 12 years old and has around 50 members. You’re bound to find the connection that is right for you. Please contact our Membership Vice President at to find out when our next meeting will be held.

We hope to see you soon!

We are a support group designed just for you, the at-home mother of today. You are interested in the world around you, want a variety of activities for you and your children, and are proud of your choice of at-home mothering for your families. We know, because we’re at-home mothers, too!

You need a support group that understands your special needs as an at-home mother and we’re it. We are the first, largest and fastest growing support group specifically for all at-home mothers.

We believe being a mother shouldn’t isolate you.  Mothers may bring their children with them to any Club functions. For meetings, child care is provided by member volunteers and at activities, having children present is considered a natural part of any MOMS Club event.

At-home mothers of any age children are welcome to join our club.  You don’t have to leave the group when your children enter school or are a certain age.  You still need support as your children grow.


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