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Eight Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Are you a new or experienced Metro Vancouver mom with littles looking to connect with others in the same boat? Here are some great events specifically geared to moms of little ones. We’ve got yoga, walks, hiking, play-grounding, music, dance, a gear event and even a babywearing conference.

Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Vancouver Active Moms & Mom- to-Be

Thursdays in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

This active longstanding group for active, outgoing pregnant, new and seasoned has been going strong since 2012. They go on walks, hikes and host holiday events for moms and their little ones. Head to their Meetup page to see what’s up for their weekly outings typically dubbed ‘Play, walk and chat!’ They are dedicated to improving moms’ lives by helping Get Out, Get Active & Have Fun!

>> Vancouver Active Moms and Moms to Be

Groovin’ Babies

Every Wednesday, Brentwood Mall, Burnaby

Join mamas and toddlers every Wednesday for a Groovin’ Babies Dance Class designed for toddlers who are active and on the go! Parents and caregivers can dance and interact with their toddlers to fun, lively music and dancing. All levels of fitness and dance experience are welcome.

>> Groovin’ Babies

Moga: Mom and Baby Yoga

Sept 17, 2018, Gastown

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Get bendy with baby! Calling all mamas with newborns and pre-crawlers. Join Hannah Day of MOGA Moms, for a FREE Mom & Baby Yoga class. Hannah offers the perfect yoga class for busy moms to help rebuild the core safely, so you can feel strong in your body and confident in your new role.

>> Moga: Mom and Baby Yoga

Free mom and baby drop-in activities

Saturday Zumbini Session: Kalino Finds The Music

Saturdays, North Vancouver

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Zumbini is a new world of music, movement and rhythm where little ones 0-5 years+ can sing, wiggle and grow alongside their caregivers. Classes are fun, energetic and full of movements set to cool global rhythms that stimulate early childhood learning and development.

>> Saturday Zumbini Session: Kalino Finds The Music

Snuggle Bugz Gear Day Coquitlam

Sept 15, Coquitlam

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Stroller or car seat stumped? Test drive your favourite strollers and check out a huge range of car seats. Get advice and questions answered from brand experts at Snuggle Bugz Coquitlam on Sept 15. PS: Get a $25 SnuggleBugz Gift Card with a purchase of any stroller or car seat at event. PPS: First arrivals (registrants) receive an awesome swag bag.

>> Snuggle Bugz Coquitlam

Adventure Meetups for parents and littles

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Head out on adventures with moms, babes, toddlers and pre-schoolers and explore woods, beaches, playgrounds and other fun locations around the Tri-Cities and Lower Mainland.

>> Adventure meetups for parents and littles

Up Babywearing Conference

Sept 22, 23, Coquitlam

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Are you a babywearing super fan? Then join the moms at UP Babywearing Conference  for a weekend of fun, speakers, vendors, and some very cool door prizes brought to you by some amazing pro-baby wearing companies. Tickets start at just $10.

>> Up Babywearing Conference

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Moms, Pops & Tots Series

Tuesdays from Sept 11 – Dec 15, 2018

Seven Mom & Baby events in Vancouver this fall

Dance, yoga and delicious treats – a real recipe for a great morning! Dance instructor and nutritionist Carla Budd guides the group through wiggles, twirls, and stretches all designed for 0-5 year olds (and their moms, dads or caregivers). After you’ve worked up your appetite, you get to finish the session off by making a tasty and nutritious treat!

>> Rocky Mountain Flatbread Moms, Pops & Tots Series

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