By peoplestaff225
Updated May 16, 2007 03:40 PM

Hollywood moms have a new hot hangout. The Treehouse Social Club celebrated their grand opening on Mother’s Day and everyone wanted "in." With the current baby boom in Hollywood, it’s no surprise that the club appears to be a great success – booking parties two weeks before they were officially open.

The unique space, conceived by sisters Joely Fisher and Trisha Fisher, their mom Connie Stevens, and theirbusiness partner Jeanine Chanin, is a busy mom’s dream come true. It’s a place where kids can be kids – playing on a giant indoor play structure, doing messy crafts, or taking a mommy and me superhero yoga class. But at long last mom needn’t park herself on an ugly folding chair or resign herself to junk food while she waits around and lets the kids have their fun.

Formerly known as Nana’sGarden, the Treehouse Social Club reopened on May 7th, and offers spaservices, children’s indoor play, arts & crafts, private parties,creative classes, a boutique and a cafe. Children’sactivities (which can be enjoyed while mom takes advantage of spaoptions, like facials, waxing, manicures, and massage), include arts& crafts and creative classes, under the supervision of spa staff. At the Treehouse Social Club, moms can also get a manicure and massage and meet a friend for a healthy and nutritious lunch. There’s even a convenient little boutique for those last minute presents we all need to buy. All the more reason to hang out a little longer.

The Mother’s Day launch party, was hosted by Joely, Tricia, and Connie, along with business partner Janine Chanin. Festivities featured live entertainment by The Ohmies and fabulous raffles for kids clothing, spa services and other prizes. Kids were treated to face painting, crafts and fortune telling. Everyone enjoyed snacks and appreciated the family friendly vibe. Rhea Perlman and Connie Stevens, chatted by the slide, clearly enjoying the antics of all the happy children and the mom and child friendly atmosphere.

Rena Sofer stopped by with husband Sanford Bookstaver and daughters Rosabella Rosalind, 9 1/2 and Avalon Leone, 21 months. The room was crowded but Avalon was easy to track in her adorable Beesqueaky shoes. Childish designer Skye Hoppus, wife of Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, attended with her son Jack Hoppus, 4. Jack was having a blast with buddy Holden, Tricia Fisher’s son. The two cuties wore matching Peace tees ($34) from the Childish line of clothing.

Mother’s Day guests picked up signed copies of What the other Mothers Know by Michele Gendelman, Ilene Graff and Donna Rosenstein and goodie bags with and assortment of treats including children’s dvds, music, and Lip Venom lip plumping lip gloss by Du Wop.

If you’re in LA, check out the Treehouse Social Club, located at 426 S Robertson Blvd in West Hollywood.