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Nov. 21 is CHILD Day

Everybody knows that parenting is the toughest, most rewarding, job in the world. But between terrible twos, potty training and behaviour challenges, parents don’t have all the answers.

The Langley Early Child Development Centre is hosting CHILD Day (Children’s Health Information Learning and Development) that will have experts on hand to answer some of those difficult questions.

The day, which will be held in conjunction with LCDC’s annual toy and product fair, will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 21 from 1 to 7 p.m. at the Coast Convention Centre.

Parents can have an opportunity to talk to community child development professionals about behaviour challenges, chid care, early learning, emotions, health, child’s milestones and speech and language.

There will be more than 50 exhibitors there for the toy fair.

Admission and child minding is by donation. For more information www.langleycdc.com.

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