Join Us for an Event in Your City

We’re excited to see The Help! During opening weekend, August 12th and 13th, nannies from across the country are coming together in their local areas to see the movie and enjoy dinner afterwards. Check the list below to find an event in your area. Don’t worry if you don’t know others going. New faces are always welcome!

It is always nice to know the new people from your field of work, by this you will come to know more about new jobs and their way of tacking difficulties and childish tantrums. You will get to know their part of the story and can share yours with them. Learn the facts here now and register for the event.

If you don’t see an event listed close to you, it’s easy to organize your own. Contact Lora Brawley for details and help in planning and promoting your event. Hope to see you at the movies!

If you plan on attending an event, please let your event coordinator know by emailing them directly.

Atlanta, GA
organized by Metro Atlanta Nannies
contact Deborah Brown at admin.metroatlantanannies@gmail.com
Sunday, August 14th
details TBA

Baltimore, MD (Hunt Valley, MD)
organized by Rochelle Matheson
contact Rochelle Matheson @ frenchyny2001@yahoo.com
Saturday August 13th
3:10 movie at Regal Cinemas Hunt Valley Mall (arrive at 2:45 to meet group) then dinner at California Pizza Kitchen located next to the movie theatre.

Bergen County, NJ
organized by Andrea Flagg
contact Andrea @ andreaofnorthernnannies@yahoo.com

Boston, MA
organized by Massachusetts Alliance of Professional Nannies
contact Jennileen Joseph @ Jennileen@mapnannies.com
Wednesday, August 17th
details TBA

Chicago, IL
organized by First Class Care
Contact Erin @ erin@firstclasscare.com

Denver, CO
organized by Denver Area Nanny Association
contact Christy Ochs @ cbochs@msn.com

Detroit, MI
organized by Michigan Professional Nanny Association
contact April Krause @ april@michaginpronannies.org

Durham, NC
organized by Triangle Area Nanny Group (T.A.N.G.)
contact Tracey Chipps through the TANG facebook page

Los Angeles, CA
organized by Westside Nannies
updates posted on facebook fan page

Milwaukee, WI
organized by Northshore Professional Nanny Agency
contact Mary Boyle @ northshorenanny@gmail.com

Orlando, FL
organized by Central Florida Nannies and Loving Arms Orlando
details will be listed on their facebook page
Saturday, August 13th
Meeting at noon for a 12:30 movie at Regal Cinema’s at Winter Park Village then to The Cheesecake Factory afterwards for lunch. All interested parties may RSVP via our FB page or contact MARCIA at 407.490.4236 or Marcia@OurLovingArms.com. All who RSVP will be entered into a drawing for a FREE ticket to the show!

Philadelphia, PA (Main Line area)
organized by Nannypalooza 2011
contact Sue Downey @ SueDowneyPA@aol.com

Seattle, WA
organized by Nanny Biz Reviews and Northwest Nanny Association
contact Lora Brawley of Nanny Biz Reviews info@NannyBizReviews.com
contact Jenny Brown of Northwest Nanny Association
Saturday August 13th
1 PM movie at Lincoln Square Cinemas in Bellevue, WA with a late lunch at Z’Tejas

Washington, D. C.
organized by Metropolitan Nannies

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