Welcome to Ventura County's Great Cloth Diaper Event

Join us on April 23, 2015 as we attempt to break the world record for the most cloth diapers changed at one time! This world record attempt is a great way to show the world how many people are already choosing and using reusable cloth diapers successfully. But there are still a lot of people who don’t know about cloth diapers. If you want to help spread the word about cloth diapers, please join the Real Diaper Association, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that advocates for the use of reusable cloth diapers and bring a friend to this event to give cloth diapering a try!

Not a cloth diaper user? You can still participate! Register your baby and leave a comment letting us know that you will need to borrow a cloth diaper for the event. Borrowed cloth diapers will be returned after the official change is over. (No need to worry about whether the diaper is soiled during the event or not - we wash them!)

We are proud to have Luludew Organic Diaper Service sponsoring our loaner diapers this year for families new to cloth!

Thanks to The Real Diaper Circle for Ventura County,  and it's members for making this event happen and to Horizon Hills for hosting!

WhereHorizon Hills Campus
33 Greta Street, Thousand Oaks, CA

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When: Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 9:30AM -1:30PM 
All participants should be onsite by 10:15AM for registration.

What do I bring: We will be changing our babies and toddlers on a hard surface so please bring something to lay them on (blanket, changing mat, etc).  For this record, each baby must be changed from any type of diaper into100% reusable cloth diaper. Please contact us if you are in need of a cloth diaper for the change. A $1 suggested donation for the Real Diaper Association is greatly appreciated as well.

Are there rules to follow? Yes there are:
  1. For this record, each baby must be changed from any type of diaper into a 100% reusable cloth diaper or training pants.
  2. Hand made diapers are permitted this year as long as it's 100% cloth and reusable.
  3. Each baby must be paired with exactly one adult participant. No additional siblings or adults are allowed in the official change zone.
Does this cost? Please bring $1 (or more) as a donation to the Real Diaper Association, the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the word about reusable cloth diapers.

What's the current recordCongratulations and thank you to all past Great Cloth Diaper Change participants and supporters!! Ventura County's participation has steadily grown each year and we hope to see even more participants this year! Our 2012 event included 43 participant pairs (adult and baby pair) and grew to 66 participant pairs in 2013! In 2014 we had 69 participant pairs qualify towards the world record! In  2015 we had 57 participant pairs! I am very happy with our event attendance. Families outgrow diapers every year yet our community's enthusiasm continues to steadily grow! Thank you!

"2014: This year marked the first time we had qualifying events on 6 different continents while breaking the world record yet again. This time, 18 countries qualified with 188 events and 8,459 babies changed. 3 more countries and 82 other cities participated with non-qualifying events. ALL succeeded with raising awareness about cloth diapers in their communities!"

"Our grand total for 2015 was: 7,441 participants!

With over 280 events, in 19 countries, spread across 6 continents, our reach is truly global.  Thanks to all our participants in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Ireland, Malavisa, Mexico, the Philippines, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, South Africa, and the USA.  You made this event a success!

 Our top three events were:
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA: 182 participants
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA: 177 participants
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA: 125 participants

Our largest international event was organized by Cloth Diaper Addicts Philippines with 99 participants!"

For details regarding the recent changes regarding official vs. unofficial Guinness event status, please see the announcement HERE.