The Baby Fair will be held on April 10, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Museum Center at Five Points. The admission is free to the public.
The first 200 moms will receive goody bags, including a free beauty treatment that ranges from microdermabrasion, manicure, pedicure or shampoo, cut and style provided by Franklin Academy and baby rattles courtesy of The Plastic Surgery Clinic and Mix 104.1.
Parents of infants and toddlers and expecting parents will be able to browse a host of vendors providing information into their services that range from baby wear to pediatrics.
Some of this year’s vendors include SkyRidge Medical Center, Life Circle Women’s Healthcare, Townhouse Bake Shop, The Baby Place, Advocare, The Plastic Surgery Clinic, Ocoee OBGYN, Cupcake Divas, Cloud Nine 3D/4D Ultrasound, Shades of Grey Photography, Peerless Pediatrics, Don Ledford Automotive, First Baptist Church, Blue Ribbon Foods, Toyota of Cleveland, The Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Dermatology Center, The Museum Center at 5ive Points and more.
This year’s event will also feature a Mom’s Marketplace, in which parents and grandparents can browse and purchase products for their home and baby.
Special services will be offered by some of the vendors, such as free ultrasounds for pregnant mothers provided by Ocoee OBGYN.
Registered mothers will have the opportunity to win a variety of giveaways provided by vendors.
There will be two grand-prize giveaways available: a “Million Dollar Baby” crib provided by The Baby Place for one mom-to-be and another grand prize for a mother of a child age pre-K and under.
Toddlers in attendance will have fun meeting and having photos taken with Barney.
Parents will also have an opportunity to participate in games provided by SkyRidge Medical Center.
“I am very excited to invite all moms and moms-to-be, along with their families and friends, to our second annual Baby Fair. We appreciate our partners at SkyRidge Medical Center and all of the other vendors who make this event possible. We hope that the Cleveland Baby Fair will be a valuable service to mothers of the Cleveland area.” said Steve Hartline, Mix 104.1 WCLE general manager.