As part of the "Dream Big - Read" summer reading program, members of Kasson Public Library gathered 15 people to simultaneously read "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle.
Lindsey Hajduk coordinated with the Alaska Wilderness League, Center for Biological Diversity, Endangered Species Coalition and Sierra Club in gathering the largest group of people dressed as polar bears while dancing in 24 hours. A total of 391 people across the United States participated.
They set the record to raise awareness against offshore drilling, for protecting the Arctic region and in celebration of RecordSetter World Record Day.
View more photos at flickr.com/photos/polarbearuprising.
Pete Moyer led 40 members of Hillsboro Presbyterian Church in saying "I love my mom!". They set the record during their annual mother-child banquet in celebration of Mother's Day.
A total of 125 people said "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus!" at once. They set the record at Freedom Worship Baptist Church in Blanchester, Ohio.
Clint Poore and 17 of his friends ate breadsticks at once. They set the record during Majors Pizza Customer Appreciation Day in Albany, Kentucky.
Kade Hill led 89 students from the Maine Arts Camp in a parade while dressed as cartoon characters.
A total of five Omega Force Strength Team members sang Happy Birthday to Wayne Stinson on his 75th birthday.
James MacKenzie, also known as "The Inconceivable Gypsy Jim", used a crystal ball to 18 fortunes to six people in three minutes.
Ryan invited 230,105 people to Dancefestopia Music Festival on Facebook. Learn more about the event here.
A total of 5,290 people including The Goddard School children, teachers, family & friends across the nation played Simon Says. They set the record to promote the importance of self-regulating games and the power of learning through play. Learn more about the feat here.
A group of 210 Lavallette Elementary Schoolstudents wore jellyfish
hats at at once. They set the world record to raise environmental
awareness forBarnegat Bay.
See more about the event here.
A total of 59 student campers from iD Tech Camps UC San Diego each
threw a crumpled paper into the trash can at the same time.
A total of 32 people threw shoes to Chad Lunders and Mark Wilkening
while they passed clubs in a juggling pattern onstage.
A total of 53 members of The JCC Manhattan Adaptations Groups danced to The Cosby Show theme song at once.
The JCC Manhattan Adaptations Groups set the record at a RecordSetter LIVE! event held at The JCC in Manhattan in New York City. RecordSetter Council president Dan Rollman and senior official Ella Morton presided over the attempt.
Brett Kanter and his friend sat on a folding chair at the same time.
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