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Cleveland's IX Parenting Expo April 2014 #parentingexpo

 

Moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers!  Something NEW is coming to Cleveland and you have a lot to gain from it!  The Parenting Expo made it’s first appearance in Pittsburgh and is now visiting Cleveland!

 

Personally, I’m looking forward to the Parenting Expo! Besides the special speakers (see some names below) there will be exhibitors, free activities (see a list here) and giveaways like a 55′ LED TV that two lucky Parenting Expo attendees will win. See prizes here.

 

When & Where?

Saturday April 26th 10am – 5pm
Sunday April 27th 11am – 4pm

Cleveland’s IX Center
One I-X Center Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44135

 

Tickets:

  • Adults $10 if purchased online before noon April 25th.
  • $12 per person at the door.
  • Children under 14 are FREE
  • Advance tickets purchased through DrugMart are $10.

 

Children under 14 are FREE at the IX #ParentingExpo in Cleveland.

 

Admission includes!

  • All events and activities
  • All workshops and programs
  • All the exhibitor provided coupons and offers
  • Eligibility for prizes and giveaways

 

 

Guest Speakers:

  • Jim Tressel (Executive Vice President for Student Success, University of Akron)
  • Corbin Bernsen (Actor, Writer, Director, Parenting Advocate)
  • Dr. Geoffrey Putt (Psy D. Director of Parenting & Family Support Services, Akron Children’s Hospital)

and more.

 

Speaking of Akron Children’s Hospital let me share my experience. My youngest son, Jack, was born with a partial cleft in his soft palate. Basically, his uvula didn’t fuse together before birth. I understand that is suppose to happen around the 8th week of pregnancy.

 

His cleft wasn’t as bad as many children have and for that we are thankful. He did have some problems because of the cleft however. After his first birthday Dr. Lehman of Akron Children’s Hospital surgically repaired that cleft. Every year Jack has to see about seven specialists at the craniofacial center connected to Akron Children’s Hospital so they can keep an eye on his progress. It’s a one-day appointment which can make it a long day. The boys and I will usually walk over to the hospital cafeteria for lunch and to see the giant ball-drop maze.

 

In 2012 my husband and I were invited to the Akron Children’s Hospital Tree Festival & Gala and got to meet Jim Tressel!

 

meeting Jim Tressel in Akron, Ohio

 

Are you ready to go?! I have five pairs of tickets to giveway – 10 tickets total!

 

Just follow the Rafflecopter instructions below to enter for many chances to win a pair of tickets for you and a spouse or friend to attend the NEW Parenting Expo in Cleveland. Children under 14 are FREE.

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Tracy Zdelar

Owner/Editor at Hall of Fame Moms
Tracy writes about homeschooling and just about anything related to family life in Ohio. Strong honest views will surface from time to time on topics related to truth, faith and freedom.

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