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born free x Motherly: Find Your Free

born free x Motherly- Find Your Free

May 30, 2019 @ 8:00 am5:00 pm

The Mezz
55 Broadway
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: Babies to 6-7

Visit an interactive pop-up experience filled with VIP treatment for the whole family. Drop in for pampering for mom & dad, crafts, dance and storytime for the kids, insta-worthy food & drink, a sneak-peek at born free’s new collection and customized goodies for kids and mom. Plus 2 lucky families who find a “Golden Onesie” at the event will take home a VIP gift bag worth more than $2,500. Tickets are free but space is limited, online RSVP required.

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