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3 Resources for Moms in Long Island

If you’ve just moved to Long Island you might be exploring Long Island. If you’re a Mom, this might be a difficult transition for you and your kids. Being responsible for finding your kids the best school, community groups and activities, can be a daunting task. That’s why Hall Lane and our Long Island movers have put together a list of resources to help new Mom’s in the Long Island area get settled. Whether it’s a website, resource or community meet-up group – we have something for you.

1. Mingling Moms: Visit if you’re a new (12 months or less) or expecting Mom moving to Long Island. The group hosts two-hour lunches where a guest speaker will offer advice and insight into motherhood. This event also offers time for Moms to mix and mingle in an open-discussion.

2. Café Mom: Visit the “Long Island Moms” group on café to participate in forum discussions around specific topics, including:

a.Long Island Pregnant Moms

b.Long Island Toddlers

c.Long Island Kids with Special Needs

d.Long Island Teens and Tweens

e.Long Island Childcare and Babysitter

3. Want to meet some Moms for a meetup? Check out for local interest groups including some that are Mom-specific. One active group that’s organizing activities right now is the “Stroller Strides Moms Group of Long Island”:

After you check out these resources, be sure to talk to neighbors and parents at your kids’ schools, as there are usually some localized play-dates or groups that get together more informally. It’s always great to get to know people in your community – it will help moving to Long Island that much easier for you and your family.

For more information about moving to Long Island or to request a free estimate contact  one of our Long Island movers Hall Lane Moving and Storage today. Our Long Island Movers are ready to help you with all your moving needs.


Hall Lane and North American together for a year.


It has been a year since making the major change from United Van Lines to North American Van Lines. The change was a tough one, but a rewarding one. We would like to thank all of the employees and individuals at North American for helping us with this change. In this process we have learned a whole lot from each other and will continue to learn and grow from each other. We can not wait to see what the second year has in store for us. The buzz is building and  we are very excited about the future. Thank you all!

2012 Breast Cancer Walk

Hall Lane walked in the 2012 Breast Cancer walk