Strolling Thunder Washington State

(This is a sponsored post by Children’s Alliance)

Join us for Strolling Thunder™ Washington State

The Children’s Alliance is bringing babies, parents, communities, and advocates together to call attention to what babies—and families—in Washington need to thrive. Giving all babies a strong start in life yields significant returns in the long run through more years of education, more employment, and better health as an adult. We’re hosting a Playdate with community and policymakers in White Center at the Bethaday Community Learning Space to raise awareness amongst advocates and state policymakers to Think Babies—for stronger families, vibrant communities, and a prosperous country and future.

Friday July 27, 2018

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

TAF Bethaday Community Learning Space
605 SW 108th Street, Seattle, WA 98146

Schedule of events:

10:00 a.m. – Hello friends and snack time.
10:15 a.m. – Introduction to Zero to Three work with The Children’s Alliance and the National Think Babies™ campaign.
10:45 a.m. – Stroll around Lakewood Park with advocates and policymakers.
11:00 a.m. – Playdates begin! Babies and guardians will have the opportunity to play and think like babies with policymakers and fellow advocates.
12:00 p.m. – We say goodbye for now and see you soon for the 2019 legislative session advocacy opportunities.

Please be prepared to take a short stroll with our babies and toddlers around Lakewood Park where we will lift our voices encouraging all to Think Babies!

Contact Keshia.Porcincula@childrensalliance.org for more details.

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