** The January 12 meeting will be canceled due to inclement weather. We look forward to seeing you in February! **
We will meet in the Maple Room at the Strathcona County Library.
Parking: Limited free street parking on the north side of the building. Free 2 hour underground parking that can be accessed on the south east side of the building via Festival Way.
Accessibility: there are elevators from the parkade up to the main level of the building. Once inside the library, there is an elevator to access the second floor.
Maple Room: second floor behind the information desk
If you need support, help, and/or encouragement before then feel free to call a Leader via the helpline at 780-478-0507
This is a welcoming, inclusive group. Pregnant people, parents, partners, support people, and all ages of children are welcome. There is no cost to attend, but you may consider a donation to www.lllc.ca if you are able to help LLLC support other nursing parents across Canada. All meetings have at least one internationally accredited La Leche League Leader in attendance to lead the discussion and share accurate nursing facts and solutions. Feeding questions are addressed in a supportive atmosphere. Both the joys and struggles of parenting are real and welcome at this meeting. La Leche League meetings give you a chance to come together with other parents who are going through or have gone through similar issues. Come with your questions! If you have no questions right now, please come to offer support and suggestions to other parents. Or, simply come to enjoy the community.
- PHONE: For over-the-phone breastfeeding support, please call the Edmonton Help Line at 780-478-0507.
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We meet on Treaty 6 Territory, a traditional meeting ground, gathering place and travelling route for the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Metis, Dene and Nakota Sioux. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries. We respectfully recognize that we are guests on these lands.