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Triplets in Redondo Beach!
Redondo Beach, CA

July 11-13, 2014

Read All About It…Triplets In Redondo Beach!
The 2014 National Triplet Convention is being held in Redondo Beach, California July 11-13!!!

Click here: Registration, Fee Details & Information to REGISTER NOW!!!

Hotel Information
To help you with planning your family's summer vacation in Redondo Beach, the Crowne Plaza Hotel is offering the reduced group room rate to Triplet Convention attendees 3 days prior and 3 days post, convention.The room rates per night are $149 plus tax. This includes a mini fridge. Complimentary in-room internet access for all IHG reward card members. (IHG reward card membership is free -- visit to sign up.) Additionally, the hotel has a limited number of complimentary cribs that will be available to the group on a first come-first serve basis. Once the Hotel’s supply is out, they will rent more and pass the cost on to each guest. Rollaway beds are $15 per stay. They are very limited in supply so we strongly encourage bringing an air mattress. Self parking is available for $13 per 24 hour period with in and out privileges.

Make your Hotel Reservations TODAY at the Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach. You must make your own hotel reservation by clicking here: Triplet Convention 2014.
You may also call the hotel directly at 800-368-9760; tell the reservations operator that the group code is "TCC".

The Convention registration costs are: Parents - $100 each, Accompanying Adult (Ages 18+) - $85 each, Ages 12-17 - $75 each, Ages 3-11 -$65 each, Ages 2 and under - No charge, but no food is provided. We're attempting to give you as much of the cost information up front as possible, so as not to have surprises in the end. We hope this helps and look forward to seeing you in Redondo Beach!!! To check out the website for many more things to do and see in Redondo Beach go to

    • Please remember that hotel sleeping room fees are separate from the convention registration fees. All families must be registered for the convention.

For questions or concerns please contact Convention Director, Kim Jones at 202-255-5091 or


Friday, July 11

5:30 p.m. Short meeting for first time convention attendees. All your questions answered. Will be held in the same place as Adult Session (below):

6:00 p.m. Adult General Session and Dessert Reception. Silent auction. Children in activities.

Saturday, July 12

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Adult Workshops. Registration (no cost) available through the convention website. Children will be in activities. One to six year olds must have chaperone with them (toddler room will be available). Group activities for kids age 4-10, tweens and teens.

12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Lunch provided for all registered attendees over 2 years old.

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Decorate family signs.

3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Group Photo, Triplets Parade

An exact schedule will be provided at a later time. These activities will enable your family to meet others with children the same age as yours and will provide many family memories as well as strengthen friendships.

Sunday, July 13

9:30 -11:00 a.m. Farewell Breakfast


**Please remember that hotel sleeping room fees are separate from the convention registration fees. All families must be registered for the convention.

Convention Registration Fees
The convention registration fees are kept as low as possible in order to allow our families to attend. The fees cover meetings and supplies, several meal functions, activities for the children, workshops, entertainment, a souvenir booklet with photos from all families attending, and more.

Child Care
This is a family convention and babies are welcome except at the Saturday workshops and adult meeting. Any child attending the children's activities and entertainment portions of the convention AND IS UNDER THE AGE OF SIX will need to be accompanied by a chaperone. This could be a parent, friend, or relative. If it is necessary for a parent to stay with his or her children during a block of time rather than attending another activity, it will be time well spent. Often, parents will trade off with their spouses to attend a particular adult meeting or workshop if they do not have a helper.

Auction Items and Convention Volunteers Needed
Our silent and live auctions are the only major convention fundraiser (registration fees do not cover all of our expenses). The auctions are a very popular event that gives convention attendees a chance to purchase unique items that are donated from around the country. Below is a sample letter and donation receipt for you to use when asking for donations. It will only be successful with your help! Whether or not you are attending the convention, if you would like to donate an item (no matter how large or small), please contact Kim Jones at

We are also in need of local families to volunteer before or during the convention. If you have a few hours to spare, please email Kim Jones at

If you have general questions about the convention, please email:

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Registration Fees!

Parents: $100 each
Accompanying adults: $85 each
Children (ages 12-17): $75 each
Children (ages 2-11): $65 each
Children under age 2: No charge (also, no food is provided)


SCHOOL DAYS - Pros and cons of classroom placement options. How to deal with major discrepancies in skills and abilities.

KIDS IN SPORTS - Parents, kids & sports: Where do you draw the line? How many sports? Same team or separate teams?

PARENTING TEENS – Enjoying the journey!

SUPER DAD! – The art of leading your family. Identifying and dealing with the pressures of a large family.

CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN – Tips on economizing, daily budgeting and long term planning.

TIME MANAGEMENT – Learning to organize your day.

FAMILY TEAM BUILDING- Building stronger Family bonds.

DIAPERS TO MEDICARE – Lessons learned from 65- year old Triplets

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