MOMS Orange County hosts 2nd Annual Baby Olympics & Fair

This is a sponsored post.
Last year, MOMS Orange County hosted the first annual Baby Olympics & Fair. This year, it’s back… and it’s still FREE!

The 2nd annual MOMS Orange County Baby Olympics & Fair will feature Olympic-themed activities, contests, prizes, and entertainment, and will also build awareness for the programs and services offered by MOMS Orange County.

Baby Olympics & Fair at Irvine Spectrum //


Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of fun, family-friendly activities, including a bean bag shot put competition, 3.6 meter diaper dash, 6.6 waddle dash, hula hoop contest, dance contest, costume contest, daddy diaper changing contest, bubbles, and more.

Other activities encouraging healthy habits will take place throughout the event including activities from event sponsors Healthy Smiles for Kids of Orange County, CHOC Children’s and Kaiser Permanente.

Healthy Smiles for Kids of Orange County will also provide free dental screenings to kids on its mobile dental clinic Smile Mobile 2 during the event (which will be parked by the carousel).

CHOC Children’s will have its transport ambulance on site, and a clinical dietician at the CHOC booth to discuss the hospital’s new breast milk donation service. The recently launched service allows mothers to donate, via an easy process, milk for critically ill, premature babies in CHOC’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

It’s a FREE event and it’s going to be so much fun for the whole family. See you there!


Saturday, September 13, 2014, from 11am to 3pm


Irvine Spectrum – Giant Wheel Court, 71 Fortune Drive, Irvine, Calif. 92618. Parking is free.

About MOMS Orange County

MOMS Orange County helps at-risk mothers and their families have healthy babies by providing access to prenatal care, health screenings, infant development screenings, health education and referral services through monthly home visits and group classes. Mothers receive one-on-one education and support during pregnancy to help increase their chance of delivering a healthy baby.

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