Come learn about the Club and your Aggie’s new home-away-from-home at our annual Howdy Event!

The 2021 Howdy Event will be held at B-52 Brewing in Conroe on Sunday, August 29 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. The Event is FREE to attend, and food and drink will be available for purchase.

There will be food, drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), fun games with prizes, shopping for Aggie Swag, and useful resources for Aggies and their moms.

Stop by – with our without your Aggie – and learn about the Aggie Moms of Montgomery County.  We can’t wait to meet you!

B-52 Brewing: 12470 Milroy Ln, Conroe, TX 77304

April meet-up at Deacon Baldy’s

What: Club meet-up
Where: Deacon Baldy’s Bar & Food Trucks (outdoor)
When: Thursday, April 15, 6:00 – 8:00

Join us for an IN-PERSON meet-up at Deacon Baldy’s, where everyone visit together and enjoy food and drinks!  This will be our last meeting of the year aside from May’s Senior Dinner, so we hope to see you there!

March 20 Social at Bernhardt Winery

Join us at beautiful Bernhardt Winery in Plantersville, TX just off Hwy 105 for an outdoor afternoon of wine, food, crafts, music, and most of all, friendship!

We will be meeting up on Saturday, March 20 at 12:00 pm.  Relax while taking in the spectacular rolling hillside view on the winery lawn under the shade of century-old native Pecan trees. The grounds will be open for wine flights and bottle sales of their award-winning wines.  Browse handcrafted goods from local artisan vendors on the spacious lawns, then kick back with live acoustic music with Johnny Norvell, fresh local eats, and handcrafted wine.  Aggie moms are welcome to bring their families!

The event is free, but we will be saving tables for our members, so please let us know you’re planning to come by signing up here.

Bernhardt Winery
9043 County Rd 204
Plantersville, TX 77363

January Book Club

Wednesday, January 20
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Book: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue (V.E. Schwab)


January General Meeting on Zoom

Thursday, January 14
7:00 pm 

Join us for our January General Meeting on Zoom.

Our guest speaker will be Paul Pausky, Associate Director of Texas A&M’s Former Student Career Center, which provides a variety of resources to help graduating seniors and former students find jobs.  Bring your student along to learn how the university can help them in choosing a major/career, resume writing, job/internship search, and more!

See you there!

Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/96788115811?pwd=YVQxTXJYWStYVDBya296NEdUNlY3Zz09

Passcode: MocoMoms

November Book Club

Tuesday, November 10
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Book: The Giver of Stars (Jojo Moyes)


Round Top Collection shopping event

What: Fundraiser benefitting our Club!
When: October 24 & 25
Where: Round Top Collection Gallery, Market Street in The Woodlands (9595 Six Pines Dr.)

Come shop at the new Round Top Collection Gallery in The Woodlands on October 24 & 25 – Montgomery County Aggie Moms Club will receive 20% of the proceeds during the sale!

In addition to their fabulous fall home decor, RTC will also be selling special Aggie Mom-themed holiday ornaments, so come get your Aggie Christmas swag!

Thanksgig’em Dinner – November meeting

What: Thanksgig’em Dinner
Where: Deacon Baldy’s Bar & Food Trucks (outdoor)
When: Thursday, November 12; 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Our club’s first annual Thanksgig’em Dinner will be at Deacon Baldy’s, where everyone can buy food at the food trucks and meet one another face-to-face!

Bring your favorite recipe – we’re putting together a Club recipe book that will be shared with all members!

Also, please bring canned goods donations; we are collecting donations for The 12th Can Food Pantry, a student-run food pantry at Texas A&M built to serve all students, staff, and faculty in need of assistance.

UPDATE:  Thank you for your donations!  Here is a thank-you from the Executive Director of the 12th Can:
“This is Kelly Villarreal from The 12th Can reaching out with updates on the donation from this weekend. The total poundage of the Montgomery Aggie Mom’s Club donation was 184 lbs. Thank you so much for making the trip down to College Station to drop-off the donation and for coordinating the food drive! The 12th Can could not operate without generous donations like this one, so on behalf of Aggies, thank you so much for the donation and for supporting our mission to eliminate huger at Texas A&M, especially during times like these.”