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NOCIRC will have a booth at the <a href="http://www.fresnobabyfest.com/" target="_blank">Fresno BabyFest</a> this Sunday, April 29th. If you are in the area, please stop by for information on cirumcision and genital integrity.
 

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How do you find out about local and state babyfests in your area? I've been trying to find out when our area is having its babyfest for the past 3 years.<br><br>
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It's mostly by chance that I find out about local baby fairs. I wish there were a good way to find them.<br><br>
Last month I saw signs around town for a local baby fair. I saw the signs on a Friday, the day before the event. It was too late to exhibit, but I went to check it out. The organizer said he will send me information about the next fair.<br><br>
Every few months I Google "baby fair (location)", but I haven't found much that way. I also ask childbirth professionals about baby fairs and other events.<br><br>
Jeff
 
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