Join us on Saturday, April 20 at the Great Cloth Diaper Change to learn about cloth diapering, a more planet-friendly alternative that’s saves families money too! And it’s a great chance to meet other green moms and dads in the Grays Harbor area. The event is free and open to the public. Bring your baby to participate in the change or just come to watch and learn about cloth diapering. We hope to see you there! The event is at The Elma Grange starting at 9 am to 4 pm. Visit www.GreatClothDiaperChange.com for more information.
The Great Cloth Diaper Change will take place on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at 11:00 am local time, when we attempt to surpass the current Guinness World Record for the most babies getting changed into a cloth diaper at one time...around the globe! More importantly, each event will increase awareness in that community about the benefits of reusable cloth diapers!
Current Record (for Simultaneous Changes):
8,251 participants (Set On April 21, 2012).
2013 Record Attempt: Most people changing diapers within 24 hours.
Date of Attempt to Break Record: Saturday, April 20, 2013.
Time of Attempt: 11:00 a.m. PST.
The diaper change must happen at 11:00 a.m. around the globe to ensure all locations fall within a 24 hour period in order to qualify for the Guinness World Record. If we have more than 25 babies changed at one time we will qualify for the GWR! Come be a part of this global event!
We will have vendors there for before and after the GCDC event takes place which is at exactly 11 am. (no sales from 1045am to 11.15 am) Vendors will include baby items, cloth diapers, nursing pads, earth friendly items, previously loved clothing and cloth diapers.
Thank you to all who joined us on April 21st, 2012 as we attempted to break the world record for the most cloth diapers changed at one time!
The new world record shows 8,251 qualifying participants at 189 locations on 4 continents! This far exceeded our 2011 record of 5026 simultaneous cloth diaper changes!
Have questions about 2013 Great Cloth Diaper Change?
Contact the organizer