Presented by City Moms Blog Network and Hosted by Our Sister Sites

Bloom is a national event for new and expectant mothers, which will be taking place in nearly 50 cities across the country this year. Our Sister Sites will bring together local resources and businesses that aim to support moms in the early stages of motherhood. Bloom is an opportunity for moms to connect, celebrate, learn and engage with service providers in their local city.

This year, for the 6th annual Bloom, Sister Sites are hosting events both in person and online to meet the needs of moms in their communities. Through a combination of informational panels, giveaways, workshops, pampering and more, mothers will be celebrated and encouraged.

City Mom Collective is pleased to share that the following Sister Sites are participating in Bloom 2021. Read on for more information and learn how to attend Bloom in a city near you.

Our Hosting Sister Sites

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ABQ Mom

Date TBD Albuquerque, NM

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Alamo City Moms

Date TBD San Antonio, TX

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Auburn-Opelika Moms

6/27/2021 Auburn, AL

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Austin Moms

Date TBD Austin, TX

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Birmingham Mom Collective

Date 4/27/2021 Virtual

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Cedar Rapids Moms

Date TBD Cedar Rapids, IA

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Charleston Moms

Date TBD Virtual

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Coastal Bend Mom Collective

4/25/2021 Virtual

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Columbia Mom

Date TBD TBD

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Dallas Moms

Date 6/12/2021 Virtual

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Dayton Mom Collective

Date 4/10/2021 & 9/18/2021 Virtual

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DC Area Moms

Date TBD Virtual

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Des Moines Mom

Date 10/3/2021 Virtual

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Duluth Mom

Date 5/6/2021 Virtual

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East Valley Moms

Date TBD TBD

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Fargo Mom

4/17/2021 Fargo, ND

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Ft. Lauderdale Moms Blog

Date TBD TBD

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Fort Worth Moms

Date 5/2/2021 Virtual

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Greater Mankato Mom

8/26/2021 Virtual

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Green Bay Area Mom

6/23/2021 Green Bay, WI

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Indianapolis Moms

Date TBD Indianapolis, IN

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Inland Empire Mom Collective

Date TBD TBD

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Iowa City Moms

TBD Virtual

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Kansas City Mom Collective

TBD TBD

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Louisville Mom Collective

Date 4/10/202 & 9/18/2021 Virtual

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Memphis Mom Collective

Date TBD Memphis, TN

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Miami Mom Collective

5/20/2021 TBD

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Military Mom Collective

TBD Virtual

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OC Mom Collective

Date 3/20/2021 Virtual

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Orlando Mom Collective

Date TBD Virtual & In-Person TBD

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Pensacola Mom Collective

Date TBD TBD

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Portland Mom Collective

TBD Virtual

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Providence Mom

Date TBD TBD

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QC Moms

TBD Virtual & In-Person TBD

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San Diego Moms

TBD TBD

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San Francisco Bay Area Moms

8/21/2021 Virtual

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Scottsdale Moms

6/3/2021 Virtual

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North Phoenix Moms

6/3/2021 Virtual

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St. Louis Moms

TBD TBD

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Toldeo Moms

TBD Toledo, OH

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Twin Cities Mom Collective

Date 6/24/2021 TBD

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Vermont Mom

TBD Virtual & In-Person

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Waco Moms

TBD Waco, TX

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