Event Pics: Kid and Baby Expo



The Kid and Baby Expo was held on Sunday, April 24 at the Elements Conference and Events Centre in Sharonville. More than 40 vendors were available for meet and greet. These included health and educational organizations, childcare providers, children’s clothing boutiques, party planning services, family photographers, services for new and expecting parents and so much more! A food truck and children’s activities helped keep the little ones entertained. There were more than $3,500 in raffles and prizes. Fire trucks and police car photo ops were also available. And, back by popular demand, was the Cutest Baby Photo Contest. This is always a tough choice, as every baby is adorable. The event was open to all expecting, new and current parents and the entire family. Admission was free. 

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