Becoming a parent can be overwhelming, especially to first-time parents. The Babypalooza Baby & Maternity Tour is here to help.

The Babypalooza Expo and Parenting Conference

Throughout the year we host baby and maternity expos where young couples can come and connect to local resources and learn all about what the community has to offer their growing family. Unlike other baby shows that charge for admission, Babypalooza is FREE to attend. Understanding the importance of getting a great start Babypalooza will focus on Maternity Wellness, Child Safety, and Early Learning.

At Babypalooza parents will be able to attend mini seminars and hear from health experts about lactation, taking baby home, myth busters and other common issues for parents of newborns. They will also learn about proper car seat installation, infant CPR, safe sleep practices for baby, baby proofing and more in the child safety area. Local child care centers and early learning specialists will be on hand to teach how to help their child thrive in all areas.

And because Babypalooza is a family affair, as attendees bring their spouse and usually their mom and a friend and sister, we make sure it’s FUN. Parents will get to start their baby registry with Babies-r-Us, find out the gender of their baby with 4D Ultrasound, get ideas for the baby shower, find a local photographer and so much more.

Babypalooza is the must-attend event for any new parent.

Babypalooza Foundation

Babypalooza Inc. is a non-profit corporation, and we exist to educate and inform parents. We accomplish our mission through the Expos but we also seek to serve underserved populations that may not make it to an expo.

Babypalooza works with other non-profit organizations to help pair moms in need with mentors and support. Our objective is to highlight these organizations to our audience and help parents become more involved in the community through giving and volunteering. Our hope is that after the event is over connections will have been made that will continue throughout the year to help those in need.