Events around Vancouver, April 2010

FOURTH ANNUAL BIRTH FEST
APRIL 10TH, 2010
10AM-3PM

BRITANNIA COMMUNITY CENTRE, GYM D
VANCOUVER, BC

Enjoy shopping & services from over 50 vendors at this year’s Birth Fest. We’ve gathered together some of the finest our community has to offer.

Great Shopping

Whether you are pregnant, have a new baby, or a family of 5, Birth Fest offers you some fabulous, local, creative shopping options.

DISCOVER fabulous shopping for baby gear, clothing, slings, cloth diapers, natural toys and more! Much of what is offered at Birth Fest is handcrafted and made of organic & natural materials.

Quality Support

Birth Fest features some of the finest service providers in the Lower Mainland.
LEARN more about childbirth preparation, midwifery care, massage therapy, birth supply and fitness options in pregnancy.
TALK with experts in classical homeopathy, perinatal & pediatric acupuncture, naturopathy, herbal medicine, chiropractic, and doula care.
ENJOY mini-workshops throughout the day, including Back Health & Carrying your Child and a mini-yoga class for children!
NURTURE yourself with free chair massages!

Community Resources

This is a wonderful place to have children, and a host of great community resources support us through the changes.

ENGAGE with unique support services available to support your growing family, from breastfeeding support to play groups to childcare.

Live Music

Over 50 incredible vendors and community groups, live music, a festive and funky vibe, a truly community-centred festival in celebration of bellies, birth and babies.

  • 10 – 11 Navaro Franco on Mbira – www.onewithdrum.com
  • 11:15 – 12:15 Zox of the Forest – www.zoxoftheforest.com
  • 12:30 – 1:30 Jim Meyer on Chapman Stick – www.jimmeyer.ca
  • 1:45 – 2:45 Christine Gaspar with Elephunk Safari
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  • ANNOUNCING THE GRAND OPENING OF VANCOUVER’S FIRST ECO-DAYCARE!
    APRIL 10-11, 2011, 12pm – 5pm
    Grow Childcare

    www.growchildcare.ca

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