Dads

  1. Dads and Kids Reading Challenge 2020!

    How to participate: Read books with your child! Submit a post letting us know the title of the book and something you and your child enjoyed about it. Photos welcome! Choose how to submit your post: Facebook – @CambridgeDads Submit on our Facebook page by writing a post. Twitter – @CambDads Mention us in your […]

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  2. Nurturing Fathers Series

    Sponsored by Cambridge Dads, the Nurturing Fathers Program is a free 12-week series for Cambridge fathers with children ages birth to 10 years old. The series creates a space for fathers to discuss, reflect and gain tools to help with understanding how to be a nurturing and supportive father, while maintaining their authority and providing […]

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  3. Cambridge Dads March-April Events

    Cambridge Dads is offering a variety of activities for dads, as well as for dads and their children in March and April. March-April Flyer Stay connected to Cambridge Dads: Email: cambdads@cambridgema.gov Twitter: @CambDads Facebook: CambridgeDads Text: To have weekly tips sent directly to your phone, text “father” to 95577 (standard text messaging rates apply) Cambridge Dads is a program of […]

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  4. Dads and Kids Reading Challenge!

    How to participate: Read books with your child! Using the hashtag #CambDadsRead, post a picture on Cambridge Dads’ Facebook or Twitter of you and your child reading a book or post a short message letting us know what you read and something you enjoyed about it. Be entered to win a Cambridge Dads coffee mug […]

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  5. Cambridge Dads: In Their Own Words

      This fall, more than 50 Cambridge dads submitted original writing submissions (including essays, poems, and reflections) answering the question, “What does fatherhood mean to you?” On the evening of Thursday, December 3rd, Cambridge dads and their families, and community partners gathered at City Hall to attend “Celebrating fatherhood: Cambridge dads in their own words,” […]

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  6. Cambridge dads: in their own words

    What does fatherhood mean to you? We are now seeking original writing submissions of any kind and length (including essays, poems, rap-lyrics, reflections, etc.) from Cambridge dads to be collected and displayed at a prominent city location.  The public will get a glimpse into what being a dad truly means to the men who live […]

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