Gross Schechter Day School will begin two free six-week series at the school, 27601 Fairmount Blvd. in Pepper Pike.
“Kesher: Connecting the ‘Mom’ and the ‘Me’” will be at 9:30 a.m. starting Oct. 16. Geared toward new mothers and their babies, topics will include feeding, self-care, bonding and sleep. Barbie Barnholtz, infant care coordinator and early childhood specialist, will lead the course. To register, visit grossschechter.org/kesher.
“Shalom Baby will be at 7 p.m. starting Oct. 23. Geared towards expectant parents, topics will include a parent’s boot camp for each parent, naming rituals, baby gear, an expert panel, feedings and “The First 36 Hours” with Dr. Arthur Lavin. Carolyn Stulberg, founder and executive director of Alexandria School for Nannies, will lead the course. To register, visit grossschechter.org/shalom-baby.