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7th Oct 19

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MamaMagic comes to Cape Town

7th Oct 19

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By Vodacom 1776 Followers

The MamaMagic Baby Expo is on its way to the Mother City! This not-to-be-missed event is a must for all expectant, new or returning parents. Visitors to South Africa’s largest parenting expo can look forward to the latest and greatest parenting products, special deals and expert advice as well as entertainment from the world’s favourite purple dinosaur, Barney. There are also various play areas at the expo that are sure to keep your little ones thoroughly entertained.  

Huggies and MamaMagic Milestones have also come together to bring you the Huggies Experts Lounge at every expo. In this lounge, moms and dads can listen to 20-minute talks from parenting experts on topics ranging from breastfeeding to toddler development. There is also childcare expert Lynne Bluff, who is available for one-on-one consultations with parents. 

Plus, expectant moms can enter the incredible Baby on Board competition where they stand the chance to win a pregnancy starter pack valued at over R100,000! 

The three-day expo will take place from 1–3 November at the Cape Town International Conference Centre. Doors open from 09h00 to 18h00 on the Friday and the Saturday, and from 09h00 to 17h00 on the Sunday. 

When: 1 November – 3 November 2019

Where: CTICC

Tickets: Subscribe to the weekly Mum&Baby premium service for R5/week to get FREE tickets for you and two children. 

For information on the event and to stay up to date on all the specials and offerings, visit www.mamamagic.co.za or follow MamaMagic on social media.

Facebook: @mamamagicsa 

Twitter: @MamaMagicSA

Instagram: @mamamagicsa

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