2009 Breastfeeding Cafe!


This week the 4th Annual Breastfeeding Cafe opens downtown at the Main Library in celebration of World Breastfeeding Week.  With a nod to the 2009 WBW theme, “Breastfeeding: A Vital Emergency Response,” this year’s Cafe theme is “Breastfeeding Saves the Day!”  The Cafe will be open daily August 1-31 with mothers’ circles, classes, and a friendly environment to take a nursing break.  Check out the events calendar on the blog site and come on down.

A diverse and spirited group of nursing moms and breastfeeding advocates volunteer at the Cafe.  This is a fun way to meet new people and demonstrate to the community that Yes, breastfeeding is important and life sustaining, but more than that, breastfeeding is a normal everyday expectation.  If you would like to sign up for a shift, just email Melissa at melissa.knighton@gmail.com for all the details.  You know you’re going to be hanging out with your baby and nursing — why not head downtown and spend a couple hours nursing in the most welcoming spot in Salt Lake?!  Come on down and let breastfeeding save YOUR day!

n_aLa Leche League of Salt Lake City partners with the Utah Breastfeeding Coalition to produce the annual Breastfeeding Cafe.  To learn ways individuals, organizations, and businesses can advocate for breastfeeding in our community, visit the Utah Breastfeeding Coalition website.

One thought on “2009 Breastfeeding Cafe!

  1. I’d like to see a short summary of the 2009 cafe here, with perhaps some statistics of how many contacts were estimated we made, the classes we had, and what skeletal plans for 2010 there are.

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