Salt Lake City (SLC) Dads Group is a diverse community of fathers who take an active role in our children’s lives. We host meet-ups several times per month, with our kids at parks, playgrounds, museums, sporting events, parent-and-me classes, and anywhere else we feel compelled within the Salt Lake City metro area. We also host Dads Nights Out to give our members an opportunity to socialize, have fun, learn, and support each other as we navigate parenthood.
We are a group with dads of all stripes: married dads, single dads, dads who share custody, adoptive dads, step dads, stay at home dads, full time working dads, work from home dads, freelance dads, etc. Our meet-ups occur both during the week and on weekends to accommodate both stay at home dads and working dads. We welcome all involved fathers in and around the Salt Lake City area who want to socialize and interact with other guys who enjoy spending quality time with their children. The only requirement to joining us is to be a dad. There are no group dues and no attendance expectations. We have some dads who come consistently to most of what we do, and we have some dads who might only come out once or twice per year. We’re here for all dads whenever they are ready to participate.
SLC Dads Group is part of the City Dads Group, a dynamic and diverse community of fathers dedicated to being active in their children’s lives and, by example, redefining what it means to be a dad in the 21st century. City Dads Group has active groups in many major metropolitan areas throughout the United States. Find them all here at http://citydadsgroup.com/
** Please note this group is strictly for Dads, we understand sometimes wives will try join for their significant others but we encourage them to join on their own accord. We want this group to be a comfortable place for Dads to learn and talk about anything dad related.
Join us as Day-Riverside Branch Celebrates Dr. Seuss' 115th birthday with a storytime, crafts, and snacks!
Grinches and Sneetches and Cats wearing Hats,
Why, who do we have to thank for all that?
He brought them to life, they sprang from his head,
Who else could it be, but our dear old friend Ted.
“Who’s Ted?” You might ask. He’s a doctor, you know.
He told you of “Oh! The places you’ll go!”
He gave us the Lorax, blue Yertle, and Horton.
And that’s why we think that his birthday’s important.
If you don’t know by now, then I must introduce:
The writer, the artist, the great Dr. Seuss!
Bring whatever you and your child will need.