Moms’ Circle and Dads’ Circle


Create opportunities to bring together Friendship Circle parents throughout the year.


The mission of our programs for Friendship Circle parents is to provide the opportunity for parents to connect with other parents, while enjoying different activities in good company and in a relaxing, stress-free environment. Activities include lunches, art, cooking, and health and wellness.


Support, Fun, Friendship, Community

Program Philosophy

We believe in recognizing our Friendship Circle parents and providing an environment for them to relax, to get to know other parents and to build friendships of their own!

Program Goals

To get to know other FC parents
To connect with new and old friends
To provide a relaxing environment for our parents
For our parents to have fun
For our parents to get to know FC staff

Who Can Participate

Parents of our Friendship Circle members can participate in these programs.


  • Moms’  Night Out
    Moms need some fun too! Connect with other Friendship Circle mothers while enjoying good company, delicious treats and innovative activities in a relaxing, stress-free environment.
  • Moms’  Lunches
    Takes lunch to a whole new level as you connect with other moms in an open and supportive environment.
  • Dads’  Night Out
    We are so excited about Dads’ Night Out! A special night for our dads to bond with fun, food and friends!

FC Health and Safety Update as of March 4, 2022

We continue to monitor our health and safety measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other government organizations, and our Health and Safety Task Force. In line with these health and safety measures, and based on rising cases of COVID-19 locally, we are providing the following guidance regarding the use of face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here for a link to our current Health and Safety Guidelines.
Please contact Rivkee Rudolph at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.


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