Mom and Baby Expo on Sept. 29

New and expectant parents can be entertained, informed and pampered on Sept. 29 at the Holiday Inn on 67th Street.

New and expectant parents can be entertained, informed and pampered on Sept. 29 at the Holiday Inn on 67th Street.

The hotel will be the site of Rock Your Bump Mom and Baby Expo, a trade show being organized by Mommy Connections Red Deer. Scheduled to run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the free event will feature more than 45 exhibitors, a fashion show and other attractions.

A similar show held in April attracted more than 900 new and expectant parents.

Mommy Connections is a social and educational network for new and expectant moms in Central Alberta. Claire Weisse is the Red Deer director.

Additional information about Mommy Connections and its Rock Your Bump Mom and Baby Expo can be found online at www.mommyconnections.ca/red-deer.

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