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Kelowna New Parent


Kelowna's best resource for all things baby and toddler.
Playgroups, activities, health support, daycares and much more...


Okanagan Regional Library

Free Drop-in Programs:

Babytime - newborn to 18 months - Mondays 10:15am & Tuesdays 11:00am

Toddlertime - 18 months to 3 years - Tuesdays or Wednesdays 10:15am

Preschool Storytime - 3 to 6 years - Thursday, Fridays or Saturdays 11:00am

Pajama Storytime - 3 to 6 years - Wednesdays 6:30pm


First Time Moms


Nurturing Pathways
Natasha Wood

Nurturing Pathways®, Inc. promotes healthy development, strong bonds and parent education through creative dance derived from the scientific research on the brain-body connection.


Nannies on Call
Lisa Bruce


Nanny Sitters
Sophie Tustain


Baby Talk
Presented by Interior Health
Baby Talk Schedules

Tuesdays 1:30 - 2:30pm
YMCA, 375 Hartman Road, Rutland

Wednesdays 1:30 - 2:30pm
Kelowna Central Health Centre 1340 Ellis Street  250.868.7700

Tuesdays 1:30 - 2:30pm
Westbank Health Centre 160 - 2300 Carrington Road  250.980.5150

Baby Talk is an informal 1-hour weekly drop-in support group for moms (parents) and new babies (up to 12 months). Various health related topics ranging from nutritional requirements to infant massage to safety and childhood illness. It is also a social outing for parents, their babies and toddlers which is led by a public health nurse. Baby Talk is a series of 12 presentations, which rotate throughout the year.