Barriere Babies of 2018 Party happening June 7

If you live in the area and your baby was born in 2018, you’re invited

If your baby was born in 2018, and you live in the Barriere area, you’re invited to the best baby party ever on Friday, June 7, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Barriere Ridge (a new location for the annual party) in the NTACS room.

Yellowhead CommunityServices and Interior Health will be hosting an afternoon luncheon to bring together all Barriere and area parents with babies born in 2018. This is your personal invite for your baby and family to join in The Babies of 2018 Party.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the other parents and babies whose futures will be shaped along with your child as they grow and become part of the community. Through The developing years, from baby to teenager, your lives will continue to touch through the common bond your babies all share – born in 2018!

After the free catered lunch (and birthday cake) at the party, attendees will have an opportunity to meet community service providers and have a say in what kinds of activities, services and events they would like to see in Barriere.

Siblings are welcome to attend the lunch and can also participate in the children’s activities, songs, and rhymes.

There will also be door prizes and other surprises to round out the event, and a photographer will be in attendance as well.

It is important to register for the party so that your gift bags can be custom made for you and your baby. Please register by this Friday by calling Angela or Kyra at the Barriere Public Health Office at 250-672-5515.

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