Super MOMs Development Series

This speaker series is held on the first Thursday of each month, usually at the home of a MOMs member. The series focuses on developing MOMs in all aspects of their lives from parenting and home management to career development.

 

September 7: Organize Those Papers!  

Come to drink and eat your organizing stresses away and hear from the pros! Local professional organizer Rose Lounsbury from Less will be joining us to ease our frustrations with all of the school papers that come home. Learn how to organize past piles and put together a system that will help you move forward through the year in an organized and stress-free fashion that is easy to use for all ages.

 

October 5: Business and Development in Dayton!

These past few years have been an exciting time for Dayton with all of the revamping of communities and building in downtown. What does this mean for our beautiful city of Dayton and you? Business is growing rampantly and the Workforce Investment Board of Montgomery County is going to come and talk with us about what to expect in either getting back into the workforce, changing career fields, what is booming, and where to invest your time and money as Dayton continues to flourish.

 

November 2: This Old House!

In our unique town of Oakwood most of us find ourselves living in quaint and charming old houses. However, a charming old house sometimes means big problems. Most of us don’t know where to begin on updating, renovating, or even maintaining our old houses which can become overwhelming so we let the paint continue to peel away. Fear no more! We have put together an awesome team of a Contractor, Realtor, and Designer to discuss all of our concerns. What should we do ourselves and what should we leave to the pros will no longer be a question we rely on google for. Come and learn what the market is looking for in renovations, what will be the best investment for your home and safety, while maintaining the charm of an older Oakwood home.

 

December 7: Green Holidays!

Holidays typically mean a lot of waste for most of us! With all of the big meals, presents, decor, and cold weather coming in, it can be difficult to find materials and resources that keep your footprint small. Join us for a fun evening of hand-made felted holiday decor as we drink cider, enjoy a fire, and hear from local resources on creating a green holiday! Compost Dayton and Green Oakwood will be coming to chat with us about how to do just that! This will be a fun one: take home sustainable gifts, and be on your way to a greener life and greener holiday!

 

January 4:  Protect Yourself!  

Join us for a self-defense class taught by David Cousino where he will go over how we can feel safer and take steps in defending ourselves. Join us afterwards for drinks and nibbles and help ease our concerns through a supportive dialogue.

 

February 1: All About Chocolate!

Join us for a fun evening where we will learn how to make Chocolate for Valentine’s Day or any other occasion.

 

March 1: Gardening in Oakwood!

Our garden series is back! Join us for an evening with well established gardeners in Oakwood. Last year we discussed setting up a veggie garden and the basics of having a successful garden. This year we will be touching upon that, as well as primarily discussing growing a fresh cut flower garden in our yards! Bring all of your questions, start looking at flowers you want to plant, and we will help you make your dreams of having fresh cut flowers all summer long a reality!

 

April 5: Music as an Adult!

Have you ever considered picking up a new instrument but do not know where to start? Are your kids starting an instrument and you’d like to make music a family activity? No worries, we have that covered. Come and join us for an evening with a local musician and teacher in a conversation about how to begin a new instrument later in life and how to make music lessons part of family bonding!

 

May 3: Preparing for Summer

Dr. Ramey will discussing statistical academic decline over summer, activities, and keeping our kids engaged.