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ASG Parent and Child Show Auckland

ASG Parent and Child Show Auckland

Totally dedicated to pregnancy babies and early childhood

WHAT: ASG Parent and Child Show Auckland

WHERE: ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane

WHEN: 30 September – 2 October 2011

TIME: 10.00am – 5.00pm daily

TICKETS: Adults $15 through eventfinder.co.nz under 12s free

PRIZE DRAW: Pre-purchased tickets go in draw to win a Springfree Trampoline!

WEBSITE: www.parentandchildshow.co.nz

The ASG Parent and Child Show is a one-stop-shop that gathers thousands of essential parenting products and information into one, easy-access, family-friendly show.

Talk to the experts about every stage in the early parenting journey. From pregnancy to breast-feeding, from postnatal depression to immunisation, from baby nutrition to sleeping through the night, from child safety to toddler taming, and so much more.

Stage 1 – Yay! We’re pregnant! Now what?
Try and buy buggies, bassinets, blankies, booties, car seats, cots, and a million other things.

Stage 2 – Any day now we’ll be parents! Arrgh!
Consult with the experts, tick off the final bits of equipment, and check out free seminars.

Stage 3 – The baby’s here, now for the real work!
Get a baby sling, a portable bath, extra baby clothes, allergy-free soaps...

Stage 4 – OMG… Baby number 2!
Stock up for the new baby and check out childcare options for their older sibling.

Stage 5 – My, how they’ve grown.
There’s all-day entertainment for the littlies, featuring The WotWots everyday, plus tons of products specifically for toddlers.

The show is made with parents and small children in mind, with wide aisles for buggies, a well-equipped ABC Learning Centre Parents Room, lots of comfortable rest areas, loads of entertainment, special deals and giveaways.

For expectant parents, people with pre-school aged children, doting grandparents, caregivers and anyone involved in bringing up Kiwi kids, the ASG Parent and Child Show is a must-attend event that takes the hassle out of shopping and allows you to try before you buy.



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