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Dear Friends,

You’re invited to a FREE family event this Sunday October 27th from 12:00pm to 2:00pm at Middle Brow Bungalow in Chicago. The event will feature live musical entertainment from Little Parade Music , free face painting, free t-shirts, coloring books, and a free delicious breakfast. RSVP today and say you’ll be there!

Why are we celebrating? Because October is Juvenile Justice month all across the country kids, young people, parents and caregivers just like you are coming together at events just like this one to raise awareness and stand up for students.

RSVP today to join a FREE family event with live entertainment, face painting, and food!

MomsRising works to educate and mobilize parents and caregivers across the nation on issues that impact kids, families and communities.

Our work to dismantle the school to prison pipeline, seeks to amplify resilience and decrease trauma by supporting social-emotional development practices and policies that improve conditions for students in grades PK-12.    

Please join us Sunday October  27th from 12:00pm to 2:00pm at Middle Brow Bungalow in Chicago. And invite your family, friends, and neighbors to join in the fun too. All are welcome. 

Save your spot by registering today! Here are all the details:

Here's all the information:

When: Sunday, October 27th from 12:00pm to 2:00pm (drop by anytime!)

Where: Middle Brow Bungalow - 2840 W Armitage Avenue, (Logan Square) Chicago. 

What: FREE brunch, face painting, t-shirts, coloring books, musical set by Little Parade and opportunities to take action on the issues that matter most to you and your family

Who: Moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers, community members and YOU! All are welcome.  Costumes are welcomed and encouraged! 

Please say you’ll join us!

Thank you for all you do! See you Sunday!

-- Beatriz, Diarra, Monifa, and the whole / Mamá Team

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