about mothers meetings calgary
Mothers Meetings is a place where mothers can grow, flourish and learn through community connection, personal development opportunities and laid-back socializing experiences.
Mothers Meetings is for mothers of all ages but is also welcoming to future mothers, individuals interested in motherhood and parenting, and allies of mothers. Mothers Meetings is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Event participants violating these rules may be expelled from the event without a refund at the discretion of the event organizers.
A portion of the proceeds for all Mothers Meetings will be donated to Emma House Calgary, a non-profit agency that provides support and transitional housing for pregnant women and youth facing homelessness, empowering them to move out of that vulnerability and into a healthy and sustainable life for them and their child.
about kait kucy
As both a single mother and a self-employed individual, I have found that community is paramount to the success of either pursuit. I am eternally grateful for my family and friends who have lifted me up so I can be the best I can be for myself and my child. In return, I want to give back to the community-at-large by providing a safe and inspiring space for mothers to connect in, support their passions and pursuits and create fun social experiences.
Kait Kucy is your typical multi-hyphenate (writer, blogger, social media lover) who gets zero sleep. A busy single mom to four-year old Jack, Kait loves sharing the best things about living in the heart of Calgary.
The Archives of Cool is a lifestyle blog featuring design, decor, travel, food and style with a dedicated Canadian following.
Recently, Kait has worked in partnerships with Kĳĳi, KIND Snacks, lululemon, the Calgary Farmer’s Market, Freedom Mobile, Cadbury and Shaw Cable – among many other brands.
Beyond The Archives of Cool, Kait has a strong media presence in Alberta writing for Western Living magazine, Avenue magazine and Dote magazine, among other online publications. She has appeared on CTV, Global and CityTV as a segment guest. You can check out her work here.
Kait is also the co-founder of Next Big Thing, a conference held annually focusing on creativity, entrepreneurship and social media. It is now in its third year of production.