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Friday September 7th

Hamilton

Friday, Sep 7, 2018 at 7:30pm

Weekend Childbirth Express Class

Friday, Sep 7, 2018 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm

  202-877-7000
Expectant parents and partners (that includes whoever will be a support person at the birth of your baby). Focus on vaginal delivery.

Course topics include:

– Pregnancy changes before and during labor
– Laboring at home when in Early Labor
– Practicing Comfort measures: How to cope with contractions through breathing and relaxation
– Practicing various birth and pushing techniques
– Routine hospital procedures for most DC Area Hospitals
– Discussing various medical pain relief: Epidurals and narcotics
– Review Cesareans procedures in most hospitals
– How to recover during the postpartum period
– Also 6 month access to online new parent portal and Facebook group.
– Will provide realistic expectations and examples to work with hospital staff
Your partner is taught how to comfort you to make your labor easier. Please remember to bring two pillows and a blanket to class to use for practicing the coping techniques on Saturday.

Chicago Cubs at Washington Nationals

Friday, Sep 7, 2018

1500 S Capitol St SE

Ford’s Theatre Tours

Venue: Ford’s Theatre

Address:
511 10th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Cost: From $5.00 to $10.00

Silver Spring Fresh Farm Market

Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm
Address:
Ellsworth Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20910

From: Silver Spring Fresh Farm Market

Broad Branch Farmers’ Market

Time: 7:00am to 8:00pm

Address:
5608 Broad Branch Road NorthWest
Washington, DC 20001

From: Broad Branch Farmers’ Market

My Fellow Soldiers: Letters from World War I

Address:
2 Massachusetts Avenue,North East
Washington, DC 20002

Cost: Free

From: National Postal Museum

Through personal correspondence written on the frontlines and home front, this centennial exhibition uncovers the history of America’s involvement in World War I. The compelling selection of letters illuminates emotions and thoughts engendered by the war that brought America onto the world stage; raised complex questions about gender, race and ethnic relations; and ushered in the modern era. Included are previously unpublished letters by General John Pershing, the general who led the American Expeditionary Forces and a person who understood the power of the medium. In his postwar letter that begins “My fellow soldiers,” he recognized each individual under his command for bravery and service. My Fellow Soldiers: Letters from World War I was created by the Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum in collaboration with the Center for American War Letters at Chapman University. Open 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. daily.

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