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Meet up with other infants, toddlers and preschoolers at Franklin Park on Tuesday‘s from 9:30-11am. Look for the Piklar Triangle to identify this group. Parenting Partners of Alameda is a local parenting organization run by Peggy Herring: https://parentingpartnersofalameda.com/about/
Alameda Birthkeepers is a community of Alameda-resident doulas committed to offering birth and postpartum support to local families. Each member of the Alameda Birthkeepers is a professionally trained doula and is actively working within the community. We offer a range of services, specialties, and experience to ensure that each family seeking support can find the right doula. Each doula of Alameda Birthkeepers has a private practice and offers individual in-person consultations. If you are interested in meeting with a doula, please contact them directly to learn more about their service and to set up a consultation.
Thrilling audiences around the world for nearly 30 years with the art, magic, science and fun of bubbles, the Amazing Bubble Man explores the breath-taking dynamics of bubbles. Combining comedy and artistry with audience participations and mesmerizing bubble tricks, this show is fun for all ages. Two shows @ 11am & 1:30pm, approx. 1 hour
Alameda Free Library - Bay Farm Island Branch
Catch local dad Tyler Parks performing in a fun, free, and family friendly show at the Alameda Library Bay Farm Island Branch.
Bring a picnic and a blanket since the show will be on the lawn (behind the library) in Leydecker Park.
More free circus shows: www.circusofsmiles.com/calendar
Alameda Island Rocks (private home)
Have you ever been out and about and found a painted rock? Maybe it was at the park or on a hike. It may have even been in a parking lot or on a sidewalk. Alameda Island Rocks is a local group that paints rocks and hides them around town. The idea is
Jungle Jim’s “Ballooniverse of Stories” Balloon Magic Show
Our buddy is in town from Boston and performing in a free show at the Main Branch Library. I‘ll be attending with my toddler and plan to arrive by 10am for snacks just outside the main room in the Friends of The Library Cafe.
Leela Yoga - the little studio
If you‘re having your 2nd/3rd/4th/etc. child and you would like a little labor and birth refresher, you‘re looking in the right place! Birth amnesia is a real thing so come join us to remember what‘s happening, what your options are, and ask those questions you have from your last birth.
$150 per class (includes birthing person and one other)
Taught by Evaly Long
Email to reserve your spot: email@example.com
For more about me, your local Alameda Midwife, please visit islandmidwife.com