In Conversation with… SCW local co-founders of the Bump to Baby Show
Six weeks to go until the Bump to Baby show on June 2nd at The Wychwood Barns… Each week, for the next six weeks leading up to The Bump to Baby Show (B2B), we will be featuring an entrepreneur involved with the event who lives and works in the St. Clair West Community.
To kick off this series, we interviewed co-founders of the Bump to Baby show: Mira Heitz and Dr. Rachel Schwartzman ND.
Organizing this specialized annual event, however, was not enough for this dynamic duo. Seeking to establish a consistent presence for holistic health care in the community, Rachel and Mira co-founded Dupont
The two could not be more excited to keep the spirit of Bump to Baby going all year long in their new digs. We asked them a few questions about what it’s like to raise their kids and work in the St. Clair West community…. and here is what they had to say:
Rachel: What event do you think best represents the spirit of St. Clair West? My entire family loves a good Halloween party, so Boo at the Barns is a yearly tradition for us. The jack-o’-lanterns are next level! It’s heartwarming to see so many friends from the community coming out to have a good time with their kids. We appreciate that this event is free, and therefore accessible to everyone. I’m grateful to all the generous sponsors that make occasions like this possible.
Mira: What is your
Rachel: What act of kindness have you witnessed lately in the
Mira: Which eateries do your kids beg to go to? Our kids love La Paloma in the summer and Ferro and Kibo all year round. The kids devour the pizza at Ferro and I love the magic mushrooms. We’ve celebrated many birthdays at Kibo and the Donburi is always satisfying. La Paloma does gelato. If you’ve been, you know. Delicious!
Rachel: What advice or message would you give to people moving into the neighbourhood? We would say-get to know and support local businesses. You can walk up to St. Clair West to; grab a bite, hit a workout class, pick up a gift or a fresh loaf of bread, check out the thrift shop, and meet a friend. We’d also say- join those Facebook community pages. We have received so much support and advice with the simple click of our finger tips.
Stay tuned to Village Living Magazine for next Monday’s interview with the fabulous, Tamar Wagman…..