This Saturday, June 25th, you won’t want to miss MommyCon coming to Austin! The Austin Convention Center is proud to host this event that will have over 50 exhibitors in attendance. In addition to their signature event elements, there will also be a huge pop up shop with a phenomenal local retailer. The essentials that you need to bring to MommyCon include yourself, your bump, your baby and even your kindergartner! This event starts promptly at 9:30 am, so don’t wait!
This event accommodates the growing family and offers a changing room, plush nursing area and a play area. Children 16 years of age and under are free to attend with a paying adult. There is no limit to the number of children you wish to bring. It is recommended that you leave the stroller at home. However, if it is not an option, please be mindful of crawling children and do not block the aisles. There is a stroller check, but the event is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
The Austin Convention Center is located right in the heart of the city's capital and is the ideal venue for a variety of large-scale events. From trade shows to conventions and sports games, it is included on the Austin Convention Center schedule.
Author:Allison Gaddy Phone: 512-954-8800 Dated: June 4th 2016 Views: 254 About Allison: Allison co-founded the Gaddy Group and manages the company’s Austin, Texas operations.
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