Shalom Baby playdate planned for this Sunday. All welcome.


Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content Officer

For many kids, nothing beats the joy of a playdate. Meeting new friends, playing and going on adventures is what being a kid is all about. But for the parents, trying to come up cool and fun ideas to keep little ones entertained can be a struggle.

Luckily for St. Louis Jewish families, there is Shalom Baby.

Shalom Baby ‘Park Playdate’

For the past 30 years, Jewish babies and their parents have had Shalom Baby as a resource at their disposal. The program is designed to welcome new Jewish families who have recently experienced the birth or adoption of a child into the St. Louis Jewish community.

The Shalom Baby program has long been regarded as one of the premier infant outreach programs in the country. Through this program, many families are introduced to the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, the Jewish Community Center, congregations and other Jewish organizations and are connected to areas of interest for their family.

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On Sunday, May 21st from 3:30-5 p.m., Shalom Baby is hosting a “Park Playdate” at Malcom Terrace Park  in Creve Coeur. This meetup is geared towards babies under 2 years and their siblings and is open to all.

The playdate is free, but please RSVP to Sarah Beth at 314-852-9229 [email protected]

This program is partially funded by the Lubin-Green Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.

Park Playdate

When: Sunday, May 21 at 3:30-5 pm
Where: Malcom Terrace Park
How much: Free
More Info: RSVP to Sarah Beth at (314) 852-9229 [email protected]