Thu, Oct 11 | Highland Park Library, 2nd floor

Early Wonders: Innate Skills of Newborns

Newborn care is so important, we often miss all the amazing skills of these smart, new people. Let's shine a light on the intricate and important instincts of infants. Join us and spend time with our special guest facilitator, Gina Dolski.
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Early Wonders: Innate Skills of Newborns

Time & Location

Oct 11, 2018, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Highland Park Library, 2nd floor, 1974 Ford Pkwy, St Paul, MN 55116, USA

About The Event

Parents, grandparents, caregivers, students, and administrators, you won't want to miss this one!

Spend the evening with us as we join guest facilitator, Gina Dolski, to learn just how incredible infants are from the very beginning. Gina works with expecting, birthing and new families with her business The Sown Seed. From childbirth education, doula support and early parenting assistance, she loves watching families grow in their confidence to birth and parent. When she isn't working with other families, she is happily spending time with her own husband and young daughter, Tess, where they live in West Saint Paul.

Note: Please RSVP for this free event. Attendance certificates will be available at the end of the evening. Parking available in the adjoining lot. Feel free to bring along a covered beverage to enjoy.

Photos might be taken at this event for possible future use in FORM's or RIE®'s printed material, website, or social media. To ensure the privacy of the individuals, images will not have any personal identifying information. Please let the photographer know if you do not wish to have your photo included.

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