Free Screening of Doula! The Ultimate Birth Companion

Doula film screenings

In honour of World Doula Week (March 22-28) I am hosting a free screening of the One World Birth film, Doula! The Ultimate Birth Companion on Wednesday, March 28th, 2012 at 7:30pm.

The screening will be held at the Centre for Social Innovation, Annex (720 Bathurst St., Toronto) on the 3rd floor in Meeting Room #4. Please RSVP by March 22nd – if the number of attendees crosses a certain threshold I will likely move the screening downstairs to a larger space. You can RSVP in the comments or by sending me an email at heather@socialinnovation.ca.

If you’re curious about what doulas do or would like to see it in action on the (somewhat) big screen, this is the perfect opportunity. Myself and likely some other Toronto-area doulas will be on-hand to chat after the screening.

Babies welcome!

For more information on the film and its creators, please visit the One World Birth website.

Hope to see you on March 28th!

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