The 2013 Baby Kid Expo is coming to the St. Charles Convention Center on April 13th. This free, family-friendly event brings the best in parenting resources and fun activities for kids together under one roof.
The day will be jam-packed with things for kids to do, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Kids will have a chance to see favorite characters such as Dora and Diego and Cinderella. There will also be tons of great shows such as Muny Kids, kid band Doppler FX, magic, fashion shows, gymnastics and more. Kids can get active with dance, sports games, rock climbing and inflatables. For those who enjoy a more hands-on experience, the Baby Kid Expo also has plenty of play areas, crafts and even video games. Animal lovers will enjoy the petting zoo, pony rides and real live birds brought by The World Bird Sanctuary. There are also plenty of opportunities for learning, such as in Kohls Safety Town, a mock city street that teaches kids about traffic, stray animals, strangers and other potential dangers.
While kids are expending all their energy at the many children’s activities and games, parents will appreciate the valuable resources available from various exhibitors. Whether parents have questions or concerns about education, health, finding good child care, caring for infants, communicating with teens or other issues on their minds or they’re just looking for the best new products for kids, there will be over 100 interesting exhibitors at the Baby Kid Expo.
Admission to The Baby Kid Expo is free, but there are nominal fees for a few activities. The event runs from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The St. Charles Convention Center is located at One Convention Center Plaza off the Highway 70 5th Street exit.
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