Finding Mom Groups in Denver


Becoming a mother is a transformative and rewarding experience, but it can also be challenging and stressful. Having the support of fellow moms when one is in the trenches of raising children can make the journey feel less lonely.

Denver offers various opportunities for moms to build lasting friendships. If you are looking for ways to connect with others over the shared experience of motherhood, then we have you covered with this guide to Denver moms groups.

Where to Find Mom Groups in Denver

Local Community Groups and Centers

Denver is home to numerous community centers that host activities for families. Check with your local center for mom-specific programs, classes or meetups. These gatherings often provide a relaxed and inclusive environment for parents to share experiences and advice. A list of all centers in Denver can be found at this link.

Several organizations have also recognized the need for camaraderie and provide services for moms looking for their “village”. Some are free to join, while others require a fee to take part in various activities. 

MOMS Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support) is an international, non-profit organization for at-home moms. Denver has a local chapter that provides activities during daylight hours when at-home moms need support. Join a playgroup, park date, craft session or brunch. Once a month they also host a Mom’s Night Out. 

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) partners with churches around the metro area, inviting moms with kids through age five to participate in daytime or evening groups. Meeting format varies, but many include childcare, food, guest speakers, a sponsored activity and a chance to mingle. Find a group near you based on your specific needs and affiliation. 

Moms Feelin’ Themselves is a unique concept where the well-being of mothers is put first! They offer a therapeutic outlet, an opportunity to reclaim our bodies and to contact a perhaps long-forgotten but essential feeling of spontaneity and play. They offer wellness classes, workshops, social gatherings, dances and nights out. Realizing moms need their sleep, all events end early! MFT is not “Mommy Wine Culture”, but rather a way to reconnect with the part of ourselves perhaps lost in the throws of motherhood. 

The Den is a social club for families that’s curating a beautiful space for community, classes, and great coffee. It’s lovingly designed for adults and children in equal measure, and aims to provide a supportive and dignified experience for anyone navigating the parenthood journey and searching for something different.

Parenting Classes and Workshops

Parenting classes and workshops can be a fantastic way to not only gain valuable insights but also to connect with others going through similar experiences. 

Fit4Mom has a few groups around the Denver area, offering fitness classes for prenatal and postnatal moms. Once babies are old enough to enjoy stroller time, they host walks where exercise is the first priority and chatting with others in your same stage of life is the second. 

At Kids Wonder, parents are encouraged to attend classes that show how to support healthy child development (physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally) while kids play in a structured and academic setting. 

Belly Bliss offers an extensive list of classes, from a sibling prep class to infant sign language. Sign up for one or a few workshops to meet others wanting to dive into the nitty gritty of parenting. 

Library Story Time Sessions

Denver’s libraries are not just a magnet for book lovers but also a great place for moms to meet. Attend story time sessions with your little one and strike up conversations. Libraries often organize special events for parents and children, creating a welcoming space for building connections. The Denver Public Library has multiple sessions a day, both virtual and in person! 

Playgroups and Playdates

Forming or joining a playgroup is a wonderful way for children to run off some energy and socialize. It can also be an opportunistic time for mothers to relax and commiserate. 

The Mom Walk Collective was formed as a way for moms to cultivate in person and online relationships and help find their people. They schedule FREE walks in Denver (twice monthly) and surrounding areas on both the weekends and weekdays to accommodate different schedules. They encourage moms with kids of all ages, not just those who fit in a stroller. Follow your area on Instagram to be in the know! 

Tumble Haus provides an environment where parents are encouraged to sit, watch their kids and chat. They even offer a happy hour for the witching hours between 4:00 and 6:00 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays where drinks are offered while the kids run wild and parents socialize. 

Altitunes offers music classes for children 0-6, and a setting where parents can easily talk as they gather for something enriching. They schedule both group programs and lessons for children and their caretakers. 

Art Spark Creative Studio holds a mom and me class for budding artists. It’s a creative playgroup for toddlers to Kindergarteners, as well as their caregivers, who enjoy getting a little messy. 

Embracing these opportunities can lead to lasting friendships and a strong support network that makes the parenting journey more fulfilling. So, go out, explore, and connect with the wonderful community of moms in the Mile High City. We have a lot to learn from one another!


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