LLLC-Newmarket

This LLLC Group Typically Meets: 
2nd Tuesday of the month
Next Meeting Date/Time: 
Thursday, July 12, 2018 - 7:00pm
Next Meeting Topic: 
Baby Arrives: The Family and the Breastfed Baby
Meeting For: 
All women-interested (expecting/moms, sisters, grandmas, girlfriends)
Meeting Location: 
Ontario Early Years Centre - Newmarket
17310 Yonge Street, Unit 6 (Gates of York Plaza)
L9N 1K9 Newmarket , ON
Canada
44° 8' 32.0748" N, 79° 27' 24.8472" W
Ontario CA
LLLC Leader(s): 
Denise
Amy
Contact Email: 
Contact Phone: 
905-252-5447
NOTES: 

LLLC Newmarket Parent & Community Conference

Breastfeeding - Loving - Growing

Saturday, September 9th, 2017 from 9:00am - 4pm

Aurora Public Library in the Magna and Lebovic Rooms

15145 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario  L4G 1M1

With Guest Speakers:  Teresa Pitman & Brian Russell

For a brochure with more detailed information, please click here.

Note: All lunch options include Mediterranean quinoa and mixed greens side salads.

Conference contact: lllcnewmarket@rogers.com

Registration closes: August 30, 2017 (Midnight EDT)

LLLC meetings - You are always welcome to attend LLLC meetings before and after you have had your baby. Bring your breastfeeding questions and concerns, talk about your joys and challenges or come and just listen. Babies and young children are always welcome, and some Groups include father/partners in some or all of their meetings. 

All La Leche League Canada Leaders are volunteers. They are experienced breastfeeding mothers who have been accredited to provide up-to-date breastfeeding information, encouragement and support.

For More Information: Contact a local La Leche League Leader in the Find a Group/Leader section.

If you have received help from La Leche League, we would appreciate your support in the form of a donation so we can continue to help others breastfeed. Thank you!

To encourage, promote and provide mother-to-mother breastfeeding support and educational opportunities as an important contribution to the health of children, families and society. Mothering through breastfeeding is the most natural and effective way of understanding and satisfying the needs of the baby.