They will rock you
The Baby Expo at Cape Town's International Convention Centre
This show is for everyone from the bump, the babies and the families to the future moms and dads
The 2008 Baby Expo Cape Town -previously Your Baby Show- will be held from 7 – 9 November at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
The focus of the Baby Expo in Cape Town this year is wholesome living for families on the go, and the expo will highlight the importance of healthy food, active living and a balanced lifestyle.
An exciting addition to this year’s event is that The Baby Expo Cape Town - together with Pampers and Your Pregnancy Magazine - is offering one very lucky expecting mum an All Expenses Paid Pregnancy worth over R 200,000.
As part of The Baby Expo’s theme for 2008 and its desire to promote ‘Active families, Wholesome Living’, Barney™, the world’s best loved purple dinosaur, will be performing ‘At the Farm’ show which features an all new line-up of songs and entertaining actions and is presented by Baby City.
Showcasing more than 200 exhibitors, the expo will also feature Philips Avent Breastfeeding rooms, Pampers Nappy Changing rooms, a Liqui-Fruit Barney Play Zone that active kids will love.
The Baby Expo Cape Town:
Date: 7 – 9 November 2008
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre
Location: Cape Town | Foreshore
Prices: R40 per person
For more information please contact +27(0)11-704 6695
The Baby Expo is the perfect opportunity to learn about pregnancy, being a great parent and building a wholesome, active lifestyle for your family, all while having an entertaining day out!
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