TPOMBA organizes a number of events throughout the year for its member families. During Covid we have had to cancel our in-person events, however we continue to be very active as a support community offering online socials and expert speakers on various topics via zoom.
Some of the free members only events we've held in the past year includes:
- Zoom Coffee Breaks (day time), Wine & Whine (evenings), and regional socials to replace in-person get togethers for parents
- Double Trouble Sing Alongs
- Expert speakers on topics such as potty training, positive parenting, financial wellness, and multiples specific experts such as Dr. Joan Friedman.
Our regular events are listed below. We hope to resume in-person events as soon as we are allowed. Note that some of the links below are accessible only to active members by logging in.
Our semi-annual consignment sale lets members resell gently used clothing, toys, books, equipment, and more to each other and to the public. Member shopping also starts an hour before public shopping.High Park Picnic
An annual tradition, and the best way to start the summer! All member families are welcome for fun in the park with bouncy castles, face painting, balloon animals, caricatures and crafts.Halloween Party
Ever popular, our annual Halloween party is for members only! Bring the kids (costumes encouraged!) to an indoor playground for snacks, crafts, and playtime.POMs Socials
Parents of Multiples (POMs) groups are the backbone of TPOMBA. Smaller, local POMs groups meet monthly at members' homes for socializing and support.Big Kids Events
We don't forget about the kids once they start to grow up! We plan and offer events that are fun for families with school-aged kids too.Expert Speakers and Webinars
For members, TPOMBA offers occasional expert speakers, in person or as an online webinar, on topics of interest to parents. Previous speakers have dealt with topics like Potty Training, Body Safety and Awareness, and Work-Life Balance.Annual General Meeting
Once a year in June, all members are welcome at the Annual General Meeting of the Membership. Members of the Executive Committee let members know what they've been up to all year on behalf of the membership, and what their plans for the role are for the future.