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Texas Baby & Kidz Expo Returns to Dallas For Year #2


Dallas / Texas / USA – WEBWIRE

DALLAS, TX  – The Texas Baby & Kidz Expo returns to Dallas on Saturday,October 24, 2015, 10am - 5pm at the Dallas Market Hall.
“Family fun that provides good value is in short supply these days,” says Shael Buchen of The Expo Pros (TEP), and event production company based in Parker, Colorado that produces the baby & Kidz Expos. “Our model is also to provide access to community resources and information for parents, as well as educational and pure fun activities for the kids.”
TEP, producer of the very popular Colorado Baby & Kidz Expo & California Baby & Kidz Expos and many other consumer shows, plans to produce similar events across the west given the growing demand for affordable family entertainment.
 “We’ve also noticed that many small companies use our event to test new products,” said Buchen.  “In a sense, we’re becoming an informal incubator for new products and new ideas in the family niche.”  The event showcases new trends for the current year and 2015, and a peak into the best deals for the coming holiday season.
The Diaper Derby, a “crawling race” for babies 12 months and younger, has become a very popular tradition for all the events, and led to the creation last year of the Toddler Derby, a walking or running race for toddlers 12 to 24 months.  There are prizes for the winners of each division.
The events also showcase dozens of activities and entertainment such as train rides, early childhood education and resources for new parents, jumpies, kids fashion shows, karate demonstrations, kids dance, safety information, kids theatre, magic shows, face painting, clowns and other exhibits and activities. 
In the Txas Baby & Kidz Expo Dallas the Texas Discovery Gardens ( will have the Craft & Critters Pavilion, where kids can see a variety insects and animals including tarantulas, hissing cockroaches, snakes and other small critters.  The Freedom of Flight Museum ( exhibit will feature a vintage plane the kids can sit in and learn about flight controls, as well characters from the history of avaiation such as Orville Wright.
“The show is broad enough for really young families with babies and toddlers,” says Buchen, “as well as families with older children up to about age 10.”
Buchen puts more emphasis on offering what amounts to a parent resource center than most other “family expos”, showcasing services and information for parents with kids from 0-10, as well as college planning and other resources for young families.
Admission for all kids under 12 is free. Adults pay $10, and seniors over 65 pay $5. For further information on the large array of activities and exhibitors at the event, check out the website at .

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