If you would like to see what MAMA is about you can join us for one of our coffee mornings held once a month to meet other mums, or join our baby playgroups held every Wednesday. Non-members can also attend our weekly parish playgroups for $10. However to really get the benefits and enjoy all of the activities and events we run you would need to become a member.
MAMA is open to all families and caregivers looking to meet other people and find activities for their children. Your membership fee covers mum, dad and children. You are also welcome to name a nanny on your account.
It is also possible to set up an independent account as a caregiver. We currently have nannies and grandparents listed as members.
Playgroups are designed with the caregiver in mind, so that you can create your own support system and resources within our association. Our playgroups are a wonderful way to establish yourself with a small group whose primary goal is to support one another through the challenges of caregiving. You can attend any of the parish playgroups, bilingual playgroups or baby group.
MAMA is entirely run by volunteers and we are always looking for more help. We frequently need help during events, playgroup coordinators and other positions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Yes. MAMA has several group pages on Facebook.
MAMA Connecting Family with Fun which is an open group intended to promote MAMA events that are open to the public.
Our Instagram page is also public and you can see all our latest events and activities on here.
To gain the full benefits and access to all MAMA events, please consider joining.
MAMA Bermuda– which is a closed group for members of MAMA to keep updated on MAMA events and activities
Friends of MAMA – a closed group that is intended to be a conversational forum for MAMA Members. Whether swapping tips, sharing local events, asking for advice or crowd sourcing
MAMA Market Bermuda – a closed group that is a marketplace, inspired by the successful boot sales held by the MAMA GROUP. It helps us to buy, sell, bargain hunt in between car-boot sales.
Not really. You can lookup registered providers on the government’s site at www.health.gov.bm. You can also put an ad in the weekly newsletter, the Stroller and on our website.