Friday, April 17, 2015

Puget Sound Family Fest with Caspar Babypants, hula dancing demo, International Cloth Diaper Change Guinness World Record Attempt and more at Redmond Town Center - Saturday, April 18th 2015 from 10am-2pm

" The best in the greater Seattle area for families: sustainable products, local businesses, the Great Cloth
Diaper Change, goodies, a raffle, and much more.

The fair will showcase a selection of local craftsmen and small businesses which offer services and products to young families no matter at what stage they are – from prenatal fitness and care, to the cutest preschooler apparel and gifts, passing through all things baby.
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Additionally, we will feature a performance by local superstar Caspar Babypants, and a hula dancing demo.

Great Cloth Diaper Change: 10:30 AM
Caspar Babypants performance: 11: 30 AM
Hula dancing demo: 1 PM

The Great Cloth Diaper Change is an international initiative organized with the help of the nonprofit Real Diaper Association, designed to show the world that cloth diapers are a real option for today’s families. We will break the Guinness World RecordsTM record of the most babies being changed into cloth diapers in 24 hours at multiple venues across the world. With over 200 locations participating in 10 different countries, this is not an event to be missed!

The GCDC can be an educational opportunity for families who might consider the use of cloth diapers, as well as a fun way to celebrate Earth Day. Participants in the GCDC will have additional access to samples and goodies, as well as bragging rights after helping break a world record, so we would like to encourage everyone with a child still in diapers to come on over at 10:30 AM sharp with said child and a commercially available reusable diaper!

Little Things Collective is an online retailer of natural baby products and cloth diapers. Operating out of Redmond, this two mom dynamic duo is busy all through the greater Seattle area with educational and community building events. "

For more info. go here and here.

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