This post was written previously and we feel our readers need to know about the event. However, our thoughts are with Boston and hope everyone will join us in keeping our thoughts on Boston as today’s events unfold.
On April 20th, in locations around the world, cloth diapering parents will join together to try and set the Guinness World Record for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously. The record was set at the first Great Cloth Diaper Change in 2011 and was broken in 2012 at the second event, and this year they are trying to break it again.
Oklahoma is once again joining in, both in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Last year, the Tulsa Great Cloth Diaper Change ranked #6 world-wide with 109 participants and #1 world-wife for most funds raised for The Real Diaper Association. This year they are including an Eco Family Fair with local vendors and will have $1000+ in raffle prizes.
Oklahoma City had 147 participants and ranked #2 in the world! This year they will have goody bags for the first 100 families with a qualifying participant, a raffle, and lots of other fun things for the family to enjoy.
This is a great opportunity to meet other cloth diapering families or if you are new to cloth diapering- a great way to learn more about it. Even if you aren’t a cloth diapering family, these events will be a fun way to spend the start of Earth Week.
Both events are on April 20th. The Tulsa event will be at the Broken Arrow Community Center located at 1500 S. Main Street in Broken Arrow, from 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. The Oklahoma City event will be at the Science Museum Oklahoma located at 2100 NE 52nd Street in Oklahoma City. Registration will start at 9 a.m., pre-event activities at 9:20 a.m. and the Great Cloth Diaper Change at 11 a.m.
If you want to learn more about the Great Cloth Diaper Change and cloth diapering in Oklahoma, be sure to check out the Great Cloth Diaper Change web site, Cloth Diaper Oklahoma’s web site, Fluffy Bums of Tulsa’s web site, and the Tulsa Great Cloth Diaper Change web site.
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