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27th Annual Community Baby Shower

All St. Clair County pregnant mothers are invited to the St. Clair County Community Baby Shower.

What is the Community Baby Shower?

The Community Baby Shower is an annual event for expectant families offering information on topics important to the well-being of new babies. All expectant mothers and fathers in St. Clair County (or new mom's with babies under 3 months old) are welcome to attend this FREE  event. Participants are provided with workshops on varied topics such as growth and development, healthy foods and nutrition, pre-term labor, safety and play. Vendors from local organizations and agencies will also be on site to share information with parents-to-be.   This is an ADULT only event, with light snacks served. You must be s St. Clair County resident to register.

Mission:

The Community Baby Shower Planning Committee is dedicated to the mission that every baby born in St. Clair County is...

Safe from the start, healthy, happy and smart!

Purpose:

The purpose of the Community Baby Shower is to provide a forum for expectant families to learn about topics important to the health and well-being of their baby.

Date:

March 15, 2017  

Time:

5:00 p.m. Check-in begins
5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. 

Location:Woodland Developmental Center
(Located on the St. Clair County RESA Campus)
499 Range Rd. Marysville, MI 48040

 

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Registration is now closed. Reminder: This event is for St. Clair County residents only.  If you have questions prior to 2:00 pm today,  please contact, Jennifer Gunderson at 810-455-4443. If you have not registered and would like to attend the event, we invite you to show up to the venue, as we will most likely have space available for added moms and their guest.  

Partners

The Community Baby Shower Planning Committee is made up of volunteers from the community who are dedicated to the education and well-being of expectant families.  Many of the volunteers represent  local community organizations and agencies that provide services to children and families.

 The planning committee partners are:

  • Mead Johnson Nutritional
  • St. John River District Hospital
  • Great Start Collaborative
  • Early On
  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • Hunter Hospitality House
  • YMCA of the Blue Water Area
  • Community  Mental Health
  • St. Clair County Health Department
  • St. Clair County Abuse/Neglect Council
  • Blue Water Community Action Agnecy
  • McLaren Port Huron Hospital
What people are saying...
  • "Such a great event!  I came home with so much information to help me prepare for the arrival of my baby!"
  • "I am so thankful to everyone who put so much time into this event. I learned so much.  I will definitely encourage any  pregnant moms to attend!"