Mountain Baby owner Judy Banfeild with the store's Thomas table

Mountain Baby raffles off train playtables

The popular Thomas or Brio train playtables at Mountain Baby are up for grabs in a charity raffle running this month

The popular Thomas or Brio train playtables at Mountain Baby are up for grabs in a charity raffle running this month in the store. The kid-size tables are a central feature in the Baker Street children’s store, set up for little ones to play with them while their parents shop. The tables aren’t for sale in the store, so this raffle is a rare chance to take one home. Tickets are $5 each or three for $12. Proceeds will be split between the Nelson and District Women’s Centre and a new postpartum support program offered by Kootenay Kids.

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