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May 2010 Meet Up Details

Based on the votes, comments and emails I received, I think the best day for most is Saturday, May 8. (So sorry @Slim! I'll try to make sure the date in June works for you!)

Here are the details:

-Who's Invited: Anyone in the DC area who is interested (bloggers, commenters, Ask Moxie readers and silent lurkers), spouses and kids
-Day: Saturday, May 8
-Time: 10:30
-Place: Be with Me Children's Playseum in Bethesda (directions)
-Cost: $5 per person, any age
-Other Info: Be sure to read the Safety Policies, Playseum Manners, Sickness Policies and Food Allergy Awareness pages! This place isn't like the At Play Cafe we previously went to in that they ask you to be within arms' reach of you child at all times.

Please leave me a comment or send an email letting me know if you can make it!

I am tentatively planning a June meet up, also. I may even try to do one a month in order to give us all some momentum.

Comments

Slim said…
Don't be sorry! Have fun, and I'll try for the next one.

xoxo
Heather said…
Oooo, just found your blog through AskMoxie. I'm in MoCo. Great to see a local mom blogging!
Anonymous said…
Hi...I wish I could come, but we have Mother's Day plans with my MIL that day. Have fun, I can't wait to hear about it and I plan on going in June.

Kate
JessicaAPISS said…
I'd love to try and make it with the kids - we have soccer in the morn and an event that night - we're a maybe!! Would love to see you again Cara and meet more parents too. :)
eep said…
I am planning to go! I can't wait to meet you!
eep
caramama said…
I'm an idiot! I have Water Babies with the Pookie from 10:30 to 11:00! We can shower there and then head to Bethesda, but there is no way I will make it until probably 12! I think you all should still plan to meet up with each other at 10:30, maybe by the front door? With a sign or something? I will get there as soon as I can, but it likely won't be until 12. :-(

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