Gift Fair to Debut Baby & Child Division

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Baby & Child, an exhibit of products for children ranging from babies to 10-year-olds, will open its doors for the first time at the summer New York International Gift Fair.

The new division will feature about 200 brands and resources for arts and crafts, books, music, toys, games, puzzles, dolls and plush, diaper bags, stroller accessories, bed accessories, blankets and more, according to a statement from GLM, the Gift Fair's owner and manager.

The new show segment is scheduled to run from Saturday, Aug. 14, to Wednesday, Aug. 18, on Level One of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. GLM said it is still accepting space applications for Baby & Child.

The Gift Fair is slated to run from Aug. 14 to Thursday, Aug. 19 at the Javits Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Piers 92 and 94.

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