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The 6th annual Birth and Baby Fest brings together local professionals and vendors with pregnant and parenting Tucsonans for a day full of support, learning, shopping, and family-friendly fun.​

The event features a vendor fair with dozens of local vendors, break-out mini-classes, interactive activities, giveaways, a food truck, and more!



Activities held throughout the Birth and Baby Fest are free and family-friendly!

Click "Details" to read more about each activity, including a description, time, and location within the event.


Break-out sessions, presentations, and mini classes are held throughout the event. Join in on a few to learn from local experts on a variety of topics to help make your pregnancy, birth, and early parenting a little easier.

Click "Details" to read more about each presentation, including a description, time, location within the event, and who is presenting.

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Tucson's Birth and Baby Fest hosts an annual local vendor fair. Dozens of local vendors will be available to support and help empower you through your pregnancy, birth, and early parenting journey. In 2022, participating vendors include the following professionals, providers, agencies, artists, and more.

  • 4th Trimester Arizona

  • A Dance for Life Movement and Healing Arts

  • Allison Holstrom Photography and Sunshine Sister Doula + Birth Photographer

  • Babymoon Inn of Tucson

  • Barrio Babies

  • Bio-Touch Healing

  • BODYCENTRAL Physical Therapy

  • Boobie Brewery

  • Butter+Whisk

  • Child & Family Resources - A Program of Healthy Families

  • Desert Mindful Nutrition

  • Easterseals Blake Foundation Nurse-Family Partnership

  • El Rio Health, Midwifery

  • First Smiles Matter/Pima County Health Department

  • Growing Families LLC

  • Hedge & Hearth Apothecary

  • Intuition Wellness Center

  • Iron Crane Yoga

  • Lacure Doula Services

  • Mama Luna Organics

  • Mealtime Connections

  • Midwife Memories

  • Moonlight Milkies LLC

  • Mothers & Babies Study UA College of Nursing

  • Namaste Healing

  • The Nest Tucson

  • Parents As Teachers program - Easterseals Blake Foundation

  • Prospera MHW

  • Raising Flowers Birth Services

  • RENEW Team - University of Arizona

  • Roots to Bloom Women's Wellness

  • Sarah Argueta Therapy - Perinatal Ecotherapy Groups

  • Sharon Hodges-Rust home birth midwifery

  • Shooting Star Doula Services

  • Sun Sprout Cloth Diaper Service

  • Tucson Babywearers

  • Tucson Doulas LLC

  • Tucson Birth Photographers - Torey Photo

  • Tucson Postpartum Depression Coalition

  • Tucson Waldorf School



Where is the Birth and Baby Fest?

The Birth and Baby Fest is located on the beautiful campus of Tucson Waldorf School, at 3605 E. River Rd. This is near the winding intersection where River Road meets Alvernon Way.

Is there parking?

Yes! There is plenty of convenient parking in two separate lots at the venue. Plus, there is street parking on Sutton Lane, which is just west of the event. 

Is there a cost to attend?

Attendance to the event - including the vendor fair, presentations, and activities - is absolutely free. Bring spending money for purchasing lunch, snacks, treats, and fun goodies for sale from the vendors.

Will there be food there?

Yes, of course! For the first hour of the event, Tucson Coffee Cart will be set up to help you prep for the day with delicious coffee drinks. There will be a variety of fresh lunch and beverage options for purchase from the Wrapido food truck. And Tucson Waldorf School students will be selling snacks throughout the event. Water bottle filling stations are available at the event to fill your bottles.

Will people be masked?

Masks are not required at the Birth and Baby Fest, but are recommended in indoor settings. Much of the event will be held outdoors, but there will be some activities and all presentations will be held indoors. In the interest of keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible, we ask that anyone who is feeling symptoms of illness on the day of the event not attend. Thanks for your cooperation!

How can I be a vendor or lead an activity at the Birth and Baby Fest?

Find out more info and complete a registration form here.

Who organizes Tucson's Birth and Baby Fest?

Along with some awesomely supportive, encouraging colleagues, the Birth and Baby Fest was founded by and is organized every year by Elizabeth Mendoza, the midwife behind Wisdom Within Empowering Midwifery Care.

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