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Bloom 2018

Bloom 2018 :: Announcing Our Event for New and Expectant Parents

Who ::

This event is geared towards Pittsburgh area parents who are currently expecting a baby, had a baby within the last year, foster parents of infants, or parents who are planning on growing their family soon.

What ::

An afternoon of learning, fun, shopping and pampering! Moms will get to listen and ask questions of our expert panel, interact with local businesses and enter to win fun giveaways, have their photo taken by a professional photographer at our bump station with an adorable backdrop, enjoy personal pampering like a mini massage, food and demonstrations, and so much more! It’s your one-stop-shop for all things parenting, baby, and mom!

Why ::

Whether you’re expecting for the first or third time, have a newborn at home, are waiting for that phone call or paperwork to clear to bring that baby to their forever home, this event is for you. Every guest will leave with an adorable tote bag filled with fantastic swag, enjoy great food, meet and chat with other moms, enter some fabulous giveaways and receive introductions to local experts on topics pertaining to parenting.

When ::

Saturday, April 21, 2018
12:00-3:00pm

Where ::

 

Allegheny Health Network, Wexford Health + Wellness Pavilion

12311 Perry Highway
Wexford, PA 15090

Our Bloom 2017 event was a tremendous success. See our Facebook Albums of Bloom 2017: backdroplive action and more by Three One Photography. We are excited to welcome back many of our same sponsors, including Allegheny Health Network.

For our readers, we ask that you save the date for this event, ticketing information will be available soon!

Saturday, April 21, 2018 

For potential sponsors, we are currently securing speakers, vendors, giveaways, and SWAG. For more information, please contact Carissa Howard at [email protected]

 
 
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