Large Baby Fair at Science Museum




Local nonprofit Nurture will host its second annual Nurture RVA Birth & Baby Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 1 at the Science Museum of Virginia. Fifty exhibitors, including local hospital birthing facilities, midwifery practices, pediatricians, doulas, infant sleep consultants, fitness, wellness and mental health resources and more will be on hand. Visitors will enjoy raffle prizes, giveaways, prenatal yoga and infant massage demonstrations, toddler activities and shopping.

        “The fair provides an outstanding opportunity to learn about a variety of local resources geared toward people who are thinking about becoming pregnant, pregnant or in the early stages of parenting, all under one roof,” says Leslie Lytle, executive director of Nurture. 

        Nurture’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of childbearing families through fitness, education, social support and community engagement.

For more information, visit NurtureRVA.org. See ads, pages 7 and 41.

 

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