Cherish Nature’s Gift Parenthood Seminar – back by popular demand!
Cherish Nature’s Gift Parenthood Seminar returns for its second Circuit Breaker instalment on Saturday, 27 June, 8pm – 10pm, to help soon-to-be mummies and daddies prepare for the most important role of their lives. Presented by Hegen – Singapore’s leading baby care brand – and hosted by racing pro and fitness ambassador, Claire Jedrek, this webinar is free to support couples in their journey toward parenthood.
Speakers include medical and maternal experts who will talk about important aspects of pregnancy, neonatal care and breastfeeding. Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr Ann Tan will share how to ensure you have a healthy, happy pregnancy; Paediatrician, Dr Natalie Epton, will guide parents-to-be on how to care for your newborn; and Hegen’s Founder and breastfeeding guru, Yvon Bock, will end the night with everything you need to know about breastfeeding.
Cherish Nature’s Gift seminars are conducted several times a year to support Hegen’s community of mummies-to- be. “Expectant women are stuck at home feeling anxious about their pregnancies given the lack of antenatal classes and reduced gynae visits. Creating a content-rich event with renowned medical experts is our way of supporting them in this crisis,” said Yvon.
As a brand that retails in 14 markets all over the world, going online has also enabled Hegen to break down geographical boundaries and reach out to its international community. Last month’s webinar drew 500 RSVPs with attendants from Singapore, China, Korea, Netherlands and USA. “What digitalisation has done for us is bring our classes to the mummies, rather than the other way around, so they can enjoy it from the comfort of their homes, wherever they are,” she added.
Register at https://hegenparenthoodseminar.eventbrite.sg. The Zoom ID and password will be emailed to attendees 48hrs before the event.
Read between the lines and develop information and media literacy skills at the National Library’s latest permanent exhibition, The News Gallery: Beyond headlines.
\Divided into five zones, the exhibition, which features original copies of Singapore’s earliest newspapers and a fun, fake news-busting game for the whole family, encourages library patrons to consider the perspectives and influences that lie behind news stories. Drawing from the National Library Board’s rich collection of over 120 Singapore newspaper titles published since the 1820s, The News Gallery’s interactive exhibits will be refreshed from time to time. The permanent display at level 11 of the National Library Building is now open to the public. For more information, please visit the NLB website.
Venue: Level 11, Promenade National Library Building 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
Date: Mon – Sun: 10:00 AM – 09:00 PM Closed on Public Holidays Free Admission