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MomsBloom hosts Celebration of Wine, Women and Song on March 22




Music by pianist Lizzie Kazmierski, Girls Choral Academy

 MomsBloom is a growing nonprofit organization that assists families of newborns in the vital time of early development, offering free services that help new moms, new babies and the loving families that want to better enable themselves to build healthy and happy relationships.

MomsBloom, in partnership with Flourishing Families and Cameron’s Garden, will host the second annual Celebration of Wine, Women & Song 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 22 at Richard App Gallery, 910 Cherry Street in Grand Rapids. Advance tickets are $30 and $50 for a couple.

The event is a celebration of family health and the advancements in community care that make for stronger parents and babies. The event will celebrate the accomplishments of women and the inner beauty in all of us.

Since its inception in February 2008, MomsBloom quickly has developed into an important resource for parents in need of physical and emotional support.

Among the important topics to be addressed is the broad range of perinatal mood disorders, the most common complication of childbirth that affects mothers and families during the pre- and post-delivery timeframe. Postpartum disorders alone have been identified in one out of every seven new moms and one out of every 10 new dads. PMDs left untreated can lead to serious complications for parents, babies and families.

Celebrate with an evening of wine, hors d’oeuvres, live music from artists Elizabeth “Lizzie” Kazmierski and the Girls Choral Academy. There will be a silent auction to raise funds for MomsBloom and its partners that support family health. Proceeds go directly to support local families.

About MomsBloom

MomsBloom builds community around babies. We bring dozens of volunteers and more than 200 families together each year to provide the physical and emotional support needed for any expecting mother or newborn, all free of charge. For more information e-mail [email protected], visit or call 616.828.1021.

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