Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM EDT
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United Way Greater Nashua 
20 Broad Street
20 Broad Street, Suite 1
Nashua, NH 03064

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Liz Fitzgerald 
United Way of Greater Nashua 


This Community Baby Shower is for you!

JOIN  with us to celebrate your new arrival.  Come and learn about the resources in our community, meet other parents, learn about infant care, growth and development, post-partum health and parenting and a a whole lot more!

PARTICIPATE in the information stations and earn points and get gifts of baby clothing, baby gear and other essential items. Sign Up for 1 session either 11AM  - 1 PM; 1PM - 3PM or 3PM - 5PM to allow for social distancing.

SPREAD THE WORD.  Do you know of a parent that could really use the support of a few good friends to throw them a baby shower?  Registration is limited to 60 familes.  Please help us spread the word to those most in need.

There's lots to learn as a new parent and our community wants to help your family get off to a great start. Please join us for a day of learning and fun. Enjoy activities on parenting, child development, safety, health and family life and earn tickets to win prizes. Learn about community resources. Meet other new parents in our community.  If you are expecting or have a child under 12 months, this shower will benefit you.  Both parents and siblings welcome to join.  Please register ASAP.  Space is limited and only families that are pre-registered will be able to participate.

Only one adult per family needs to apply, please include count of additinal family members in your registration.  If you are a service provider, presenter, sponsor or volunteer you do not need to register instead contact Liz about table options.

Register no later than September 22, 2021

 As coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve on a daily basis, we wanted to assure you that people come first in situations like these.  This includes you, your family and our staff and volunteers.  We are closely monitoring developments from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and state officials and Greater Nashua Public Health to mitigate risk and do our part to prevent the spread of the virus.   As we get closer to the event dates we will notify all registrants of any changes or adaptions we decide to make for safety reasons.  If you've traveled, or been in contact with someone who has traveled, outside the US to an affected area, please follow all CDC recommendations to prevent the potential spread of the virus.  If you are experiencing symptoms at the time of the event, please stay home.  We will keep you posted as the situation evolves.  Mask will be required for anyone that has not been vaccinated to enter  the building.