Week of Oct. 28 – Since Superstorm Sandy cancelled our annual trick-or-treat party last year, you can expect an extra epic comeback at Tuesday’s 5th Annual Halloween Celebration.
We encourage you to dress yourself as well as your child for the party, but costumes are not required. However, an RSVP will be necessary as we only have space for about 30 dads and their children.
The next day, join us to hear NYC Dads Group member Charles Scott discuss his family’s adventures traveling across Japan, Iceland, Europe and their recent 1,700-mile bike ride on the Lewis & Clark Trail. The event is free, includes refreshments, and you might even win a new Pro Trek PRW3000 watch.
Charles is author of the book “Rising Son: A Father and Son’s Bike Adventure Across Japan” about cycling the length of Japan with his 8-year old son.
Check out those get-togethers and other upcoming NYC Dads Meetup events going on this week after the jump …
Click the event’s name for more details and to RSVP:
Tuesday, Oct. 29
Morningside Heights Playground hang
10 a.m., 123rd and Morningside Ave.
Let the kids play while you chill with fellow fathers at one of Manhattan’s newest playgrounds.
5th Annual NYC Dads Halloween Celebration
4 –6 p.m., 500 E. 77th St.
Come dress to celebrate a spooktacular time for you and your kids, regardless of age. Pizza, snacks, and drinks. Limited space available.
Wednesday, Oct. 30
Westchester: Play at Roosevelt Park9 a.m., Disbrow Circle off Webster, New Rochelle, N.Y.
Westchester County dads come to this great New Rochelle park with lots of space to let the kids run, climb, and play
‘Family Adventure Guy’ talk
6:30 – 8 p.m. – G-Shock Soho Store. 454 W. Broadway
NYC Dads Group member Charles Scott talks about his 1,700-mile bike ride on the Lewis & Clark Trail, shares observations on overcoming obstacles and offer tips for people running the NYC marathon.
Visit the NYC Dads Meetup Group website to join, suggest an event or for more group information.