What we're about

Twin Cities Dads Group is a community of Minnesota Fathers who take an active role in our children’s lives. We host Meetups several times per month, with our kids at parks, playgrounds, museums, sporting events, zoos and anything else we think will be a fun time for Dads and their families.

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 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 Twin Cities metro 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’re here for all dads whenever they are ready to participate. Through our national blog and social media channels, we offer parenting resources, local guides, and give our members the opportunity to connect online in-between Meetups. With our National organization, City Dads Group, we have occasional sponsored events in which our members and their families gain access to free experiences, educational workshops, free product demos, and ticket giveaways.

Join us on

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TwinCitiesDadsGroup

Twitter:@TCDadsGroup (https://twitter.com/TCDadsGroup)

Instagram: http://instagram.com/Twincitiesdadsgroup

Email: john@twincitiesdadsgroup.com or chris@twincitiesdadsgroup.com

Twin Cities Dads Group is part of the City Dads Group, a dynamic community of fathers dedicated to being active in their children’s lives, leading by example, redefining what it means to be a dad in the 21st century. Do you have a friend or brother that lives in another city and is an active Dad too? With over 35 cities and over 12,000 members nationwide, chances are he lives in a City Dads city. Find them all at: www.citydadsgroup.com.

For more info about the Twin Cities Dads Group Founders John and Chris: click here (https://www.meetup.com/TwinCitiesDadsGroup/pages/21351530/Founders/)

** 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. To follow what Twin Cities Dads Group does in our community, we encourage everyone to join us on social media at the links above.**

Upcoming events (3)

Pinball Wizard Tournament

TILT Pinball Bar

Come on out for the return of the annual pinball wizard tournament!

We will be all be using the same machine and the highest score at the end is the big winner!!!

Timberwolves Dads Night Out

Target Center

It's time for another Dad's Night Out at a Timberwolves game! Join us on Tuesday, February 15th when the Wolves take on the Charlotte Hornets. Tickets are only $20 each and include a 50% discount on concessions and the team store. Matt Harmon is graciously offering up and coordinating this opportunity, so RSVP and message Matt if you're in!

Father Daughter Dance (outside of TCDG, open to all)

Earle Brown Heritage Center

This group is looking for help to make this event happen, we're helping to spread the word.

Link for tickets is here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/father-daughter-dance-tickets-215953180777

The Father Daughter Dance is a community, formal, elegant and fun-filled evening for girls ages 5 years and over and their father figures.
About this event

The Father Daughter Dance is a community-sponsored, formal, elegant and fun-filled evening for girls ages 5 years and over and the special men in their lives. It focuses on the importance of fathers and their daughters having strong and healthy relationships.

The first strong male bond that girls have is with their father and this event teaches young girls what it means to be treated with love and respect.

Statistics show that a young girl will seek her father’s love first at home. If she doesn’t find it, she will seek it elsewhere. The objective is that fathers will continue to be positive role models and influencers of their daughters and as a result, daughters will have healthy relationships as teens and adults.

Past events (530)

Dads Night out

Bricksworth Beer Co

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