What we're about

Dads and Isolation... never a good mix.

This group helps At-Home Dads, Work-At-Home Dads, and involved fathers share great activities with their kids and other Dads.

The focus to create a environment for our children to interact with each other and have fun, while also allowing for some dad-on-dad dialog--something many of us are lacking.

Meetups occur around the Denver Area, and are both indoor and outdoor. Feel free to check out what we have scheduled, or suggest a meetup yourself!

If you are interested in facilitating meet-ups in your specific area of Denver, please let me know and we will set you up as an organizer.

Come out, share your experiences, and most of all, have fun with your kids!

Cheers,

Chris

(Please note, this is a group for dads. If you're a wife and mom joining for your husband, please have him sign up with his own account. We'd love him to join. We consider this a safe place for dads to meet, express themselves, and share with each other. Thank you for understanding and for your support of modern fatherhood.)

Upcoming events (5)

Dads At The Zoo

Denver Zoo

Bring the strollers, babywear, or perhaps you’re lucky enough to have walkers....join us as dads take over the zoo. Be sure to make reservations at Denver zoo.org to reserve the 9:00am time slot. Also masks are required throughout the park. We will meet out front by the benches. If you’re going to be late or can’t find us please text Kyle at[masked]. Denver Zoo has taken enhanced health and safety measures- for you, our other guests, staff and the animals in our care. You must follow all posted instructions while visiting Denver Zoo. If you, or a family member feel sick, we ask that you respect the safety of others (including our animals) and stay home. We look forward to welcoming you when you're feeling better! All Guests ages three (3) and over are required to wear a mask or face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking while stationary and physically distanced. Guests without masks will not be admitted. All guests are required to maintain a physical distance of at least six (6) feet from guests, other staff members and volunteers. Wash your hands often and avoid touching your face. Avoid touching surfaces. Obey the one-way traffic flow and remain on approved pathways. Additional details about your visit can be found at www.denverzoo.org/visit Help keep each other healthy and safe!

DadCon@Home

Online event

Our friends at The National At-Home Dad Network are moving HomeDadCon online so you won't have to miss the great speakers, informative content, and time with fellow part-time and full-time at-home dads! Registration is $50 at this link: https://www.dadconathome.com/ Breakout sessions will include Stay-At-Home Dad 101, Sexual Health, Budget Planning, Father-Daughter Effect, and Remote Schooling Tips from Homeschooling Dads. Keynote presenters Donte Palmer and Donald R. Parish Jr. will discuss their key roles in viral movements that highlight the importance of fatherhood. Don't wait! Register today for a truly unique experience that any at-home-dad will love! More details and registration at: https://www.dadconathome.com/

DAds Night Out at Bad Daddys

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar

Come have a drink or some food. Their menu is huge so they got something for everyone. I’ll try to make reservations but not sure if they are doing that now. This location is just off 120th and I-25 so easy to get to. They have a rooftop bar and tables (outdoor heaters too!).

Dads At The Zoo

Denver Zoo

Bring the strollers, babywear, or perhaps you’re lucky enough to have walkers....join us as dads take over the zoo. You do have to wear a mask throughout and they have it on a loop. Big loop or small but it’s one way traffic throughout. Playgrounds are closed :( We will meet out front by the benches. If you’re going to be late or can’t find us please text Kyle at[masked]. _____________ From the zoo website: Denver Zoo has taken enhanced health and safety measures- for you, our other guests, staff and the animals in our care. You must follow all posted instructions while visiting Denver Zoo. If you, or a family member feel sick, we ask that you respect the safety of others (including our animals) and stay home. We look forward to welcoming you when you're feeling better! All Guests ages three (3) and over are required to wear a mask or face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking while stationary and physically distanced. Guests without masks will not be admitted. All guests are required to maintain a physical distance of at least six (6) feet from guests, other staff members and volunteers. Wash your hands often and avoid touching your face. Avoid touching surfaces. Obey the one-way traffic flow and remain on approved pathways. Additional details about your visit can be found at www.denverzoo.org/visit Help keep each other healthy and safe!

Past events (811)

Dad's Night Out : Recess Beer Garden

Recess Beer Garden

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