MOPS Reminders – Splash Adventure Tomorrow!!!

May MOPS Recap

Thank you again to Wendy Lane for encouraging us with a wonderful message.  Here is the link to the video she shared that her son created.

It’s never to early to register for next year. This will secure your spot in childcare. You can download the registration form here ( 2014 MOPS Registration Form) and send it to Grace Baptist Church with your check or money order enclosed.

Grace Baptist Church 501 NE 48th Street Deerfield Beach, FL 33064 ATTN: MOPS




Friday, May 16th 11:00 am

Join us for a splashin’ good time at Splash Adventure at Quiet Waters Park. The water park is open from 9:30 am – 5:20 pm and there are no sessions so you can come whenever you like and stay as late as you like!
$5 person per day when sessions are not in effect. Children under 1 year of age are admitted free.
Bring a cooler with food and drink or buy from the concession stand!
Quiet Waters Park 401 S. Powerline Rd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Phone: 954-357-5100

Any questions contact: Jamee Good 954-790-9279

Support A MOPS Mom – Josi Geyer and

Expressions of Joy

As they present a ballet based on The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

Saturday, June 14th at 7 pm

for Tickets call The Broward Center Amaturo Theater at 954-462-0222

or click here.

Broward Center Flyer copy


pampered chef

When: Tuesday, June 17th 7:00 pm

What: A fun time of food, fellowship, shopping and supporting our favorite MOPS Group!

Where: Jen Nicholson’s House – 4815 NW 9th Ave Deerfield Beach, FL 33064 (Military Trail just south of 49th/Green Road next door to Sarah Saville’s )

RSVP:  by June 15th Jen Nicholson 561-376-9451 or on Facebook

Additional Information:  I will send out a link to the show soon so you can browse products and place an order if you can’t attend.



messy play date6

When: Friday, July 11th, 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

What: A fun time to participate in messy activities with your kids!

Where: The backyard of the Solid Rock on the property of Grace Baptist Church.

How: Sign up to provide the materials for one of the ideas listed below, suggest a fun messy activity for which you will provide the materials, or pay $10 per family to join the fun.

RSVP by Friday, July 1st by 12:00 pm to Jen Nicholson

561-376-9451 or Facebook.

Additional Details:


  1.     Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy with your kids at the playground before we get messy.


  1.     Bring your children a bathing suit or clothes to get wet and messy in and a towel!


  1.     An email will be sent the afternoon of July 1st with the total number of children that will be attending so you can plan for enough materials for your station. Some stations may need to be refilled during the activity.


  1. This play date will be the most fun if most of the families provide a station however; you will be there primarily to guide your own children in a messy fun time!

If you have any questions, please let me know!


Messy Play Station Ideas
Cloud dough bin: 24 cups of white flour and 3 cups of clear oil (baby oil or mineral oil). This is actually cheaper than buying play sand and I love the texture! It also leaves your hands soft from the baby oil!

Water beads: 2 sets of water beads in a bin. Simply place them in a bowl of water overnight and then add them to a large bin for play.

Shaving cream table: shaving cream all over our outdoor table. Shaving cream can be purchased from the Dollar Tree.

Goop/Oobleck: Recipe:  5 cups water, about 10 cups corn starch, & food coloring of your choice

Spaghetti bin: 2 large bags of spaghetti from Dollar Tree, cook the night before and if it’s a bit sticky add some water.

Pool: Just water! The kids can have fun rinsing off.

Sand table with play sand: play sand and sand toys

Bubble Station:  A large container and/or several small containers of bubbles and many bubble wands, toys etc.

Dirt digging: a tub or kiddy pool with top soil, rakes, shovels, tractors, trucks etc.

Squirt bottles: 5 or more squirt bottles


You will notice that while these are all messy, they are not messy to the point of potential property damage.

Please keep that in mind when suggesting an alternative idea.



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