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!
(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.)
Enjoy a fun night without the kids for some bad ass food and beers for dads down in south Denver (even if you are not a dad in south Denver, we MIGHT let you come🤪)! I’ll be wearing my black DADS DON’T BABYSIT shirt, so you can find me.
We can enjoy some fresh air and stroll the Platte River Trail. If you have strollers or kids that walk - everyone is welcome. Will get coffee then head out for a walk. Maybe find a playground or if cold we can walk fast and head back to REI.
Bring the strollers, babywear, or perhaps you’re lucky enough to have walkers....join us as dads take over the zoo.
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].
It can be sunny and hot, cold and windy...I mean it’s Colorado weather so come prepared.
Arcade games, music, beer, table tennis....they got something for everyone. Lots of beer, and other drinks, to choose from. The food is good too.
Feel free to bring the kids. It’s a kid-friendly establishment. There’s always a handful of kids running around. The back area has space to run around.