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Eat, Drink and Be Mommy

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Add to Calendar 12-04-2013 12-04-2013 15 Eat, Drink and Be Mommy Eat Drink and Be Mommy shares information in a meet and mingle setting at the Museum Of Motherhood. There will be materials available on The Innocence Revolution, a serious subject in a sensitive community setting, while moms celebrate and empower themselves and their children. Mothers, children, local politicians, activists and community members gather to bring attention to the power of community and the urgent need for all people to raise the bar on global awareness to end childhood abuse. Refreshments by Cabot Cheese, Happy Baby Foods and Mad Housewife Wine. (Optional) Create a group art mural – (no experience required. Materials provided) Meet Jill Starishevsky, mother of three, author of ‘My Body Belongs To Me’ and prosecutor of child abuse. Participate in a conversation that empowers all moms to be aware for the sake of your children. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=133253 Museum Of Motherhood true DD/MM/YYYY
April 12, 2013
4-6pm
Museum Of Motherhood
Upper East Side
Pre-school & younger
$15 in advance; $20 day of event; free for kids younger than 5

Description: Eat Drink and Be Mommy shares information in a meet and mingle setting at the Museum Of Motherhood. There will be materials available on The Innocence Revolution, a serious subject in a sensitive community setting, while moms celebrate and empower themselves and their children.

Mothers, children, local politicians, activists and community members gather to bring attention to the power of community and the urgent need for all people to raise the bar on global awareness to end childhood abuse.

Refreshments by Cabot Cheese, Happy Baby Foods and Mad Housewife Wine.

(Optional) Create a group art mural – (no experience required. Materials provided)

Meet Jill Starishevsky, mother of three, author of ‘My Body Belongs To Me’ and prosecutor of child abuse. Participate in a conversation that empowers all moms to be aware for the sake of your children.

Address: 401 E. 84th St.
Upper East Side, NY 10028
Phone: 212-452-9816
Website: MOMmuseum.org

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