The Mommybites Summit: The Ultimate Moms Night Out, has become one of NYC’s most popular and talked about parenting events. It’s a night to mingle with other parents that have kids of all ages (dads & grandparents welcome too!), hear the industries’ leading parenting experts discussing hot, edgy topics, check out cool and educational kids’ products and services, all while sipping wine and snacking on delicious munchies. The night will kick off with keynote speaker, Hal Runkel, talking about what all parents crave – “ScreamFree Parenting!” And, the conversation doesn’t stop there. Learn, discuss and share during our spirited talks with leading parenting experts from a variety of fields – including, Emmy winning producers of The Today Show, and the founder of Cool Mom Picks just to name a few. All attendees will be entered to win dozens of incredible raffle prizes and leave with great gift bags.
Join us for an evening of learning, socializing, & shopping. Enjoy wine and light refreshments, mingle with other moms, win awesome prizes, and take home fabulous goody bags! Learn from expert guest speakers. Experience the ultimate moms’ night out and sign up now!
Who: Expectant moms, moms (and dads!) of babies, toddlers, and school aged children
Where: Columbia Faculty House, 64 Morningside Drive, NYC
When: May 19th, 6:00 – 9:30 PM ( Click here to see the full agenda)
Cost: $40 single ticket, $10 discount for two tickets ($50 day per person day of)– Register Now!
To learn more about the 2011 Mommybites Summit — Agenda, Venue, Speakers, Sponsors, & more — check out the Mommybites Summit homepage.
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