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September, 18 2013 Kidville

Two Exciting Kidville Events In One Evening

Kidville, the premier early childhood education and enrichment center, offers fun family events and a parenting seminar series for members and non-members throughout the year. Scroll below for two upcoming events set for Thursday, October 10th at Kidville’s Upper East Side location.

RSVP today to put one of these events on your calendar. Space is limited…business-image-3198_420x420

Infant & Child First Aid and CPR with Pamela Brawer of Save-A-Tot

Thursday, October 10th from 6-8:30pm
Kidville Upper East Side – 163 East 84th St. (Lexington & 3rd)

Cost: $85/person or $155/couple

If something happens to your child, will you know what to do? Attend a Save-A-Tot Infant & Child First Aid and CPR class at Kidville and make sure you do! The 2.5 hour course will cover CPR for infants & children; choking prevention/Heimlich maneuver; poisoning/drowning; SIDS prevention; falls, head injury, bleeding.

Pamela Brawer R.N, C.C.E., Certified American Heart Instructor and Certified Childbirth Educator. She is the founder of Save-A-Tot, has 20 years experience in L/D and pediatrics. She has been teaching childbirth education, infant/child CPR and Infant Care classes for over 15 years. Save-A-Tot offers classes in Infant/Child CPR & First Aid, Nanny Training, Childbirth and Infant Care Class. Parents, expectant parents and caregivers will learn life-saving information on infant/child CPR and First Aid. In addition to CPR, you’ll learn choking prevention (including the Heimlich maneuver), vital information on poisoning/drowning, SIDS prevention, falls, head injuries, bleeding, safety, baby-proofing and allergies.

Taking the Fear Out of Food: Healthy Eating from A to Z

Thursday, October 10th from 7:00-8:30pm

Kidville Upper East Side – 163 East 84th St. (Lexington & 3rd)

Cost: $20 for members or $25 for non-members
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Making healthy choices should be simple, yet isn’t. There’s so much misinformation and confusion that even basic decisions–like what type of milk (or formula) to give your child–are fraught with controversy.  Pediatric nutritionist Victoria Feltman and food writer Natalya Murakhver will share their top healthy eating tips–from how to steer clear of genetically modified ingredients to why it’s important to choose organic dairy. Vicky and Natalya, the two moms behind Apple to Zucchini, will debunk common food myths and provide a broad overview of childhood nutrition, plus offer practical info on how to best feed your families naturally. We’ll discuss first foods, meal schedules and planning, allergies, foods to avoid, transitioning to milk and more! We’ll leave ample time for Q and A and welcome parents to send questions in advance.

These NYC family events brought to you by Kidville.