Our playgroups are parent-and-child-activities. They are held weekly or monthly with different themes, such as music, dance, crafts, games, play and even swimming, and for different age groups (0-5 years). They are a great way to let your children play with new toys in a different environment while making and meeting new friends. For parents they are an easy way to get in touch with other parents to share experiences and for support. They are open to all member families – first timers are most welcome.
Our app on Twizzit holds the current BCT agenda with all playgroups and many more events and group activities. We ask members to sign up their attendance online via the link in the agenda and/or the newsletter. There is no attendance fee but groups might ask for a donation for refreshments and snacks.
At our Clubhouse in Ixelles, we run weekly playgroups as well as monthly or bi-monthly playgroups, support and interest groups. All these groups are organised and hosted by members that volunteer to do so. The more members take this initiative, the more and varied playgroups we can offer.
Please do contact the group organiser before attending for the first time, so they know to expect you. This way they also have the chance to notify you, should a group get cancelled at the last minute. Contact details for all group organisers can be found in our weekly newsletter and on Twizzit.
Please remember that children must be supervised by an accompanying adult.
You are not a member yet but would like to join one of our groups to see how it is? Just email our groups coordinator at email@example.com for more information.
There are more time slots available, so if you are interested in organising a playgroup our groups coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org would love to hear from you.
BCT Clubhouse schedule - Spring 2022
“The BCT has been an absolute lifeline both for me and for my family – it would not be overstating things to say that it’s kept me sane(ish!?). The playgroups were not only a fabulous way of making new friends (several of whom I’m still in regular contact with), but also, to put it bluntly, the only thing that forced me to leave the house some days when my kids were tiny.”