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Get info on sleep and your baby

Baby’s First Year continues is a popular program at Coquitlam’s Place Maillardville community centre, offering information for parents of newborns.

No registration is required for this free, drop-in program for moms, dads and grandparents with children up to 12 months of age.

The program offers information, conversation and support, and runs every Friday from 1:45 to 3:15 p.m.

The November and December roster of guest speakers includes a variety of community partners, including:

• Nov. 18: Patty Bojczuk, infant sleep consultant, on sleep;

• Nov. 25: Rae Ingram, child care resource and referral, on child care;

• Dec. 2: Kimberley Lowes, BCAA, on car seat education;

• Dec. 9: children’s programmer, Coquitlam Public Library (Poirier branch), on storytime with babies;

• Dec. 16: Marnie Tocheniuk, physical therapist, on injuries and treatments.

For more information, visit www.placemaillardville.ca. Place Maillardville is located at 1200 Cartier Ave. in Coquitlam.

 

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