More about the event
Milton Pubic School, Ulladulla Public School and St Mary’s Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School are launching their joint Dads Group at Ulladulla Civic Centre this May.
Joining us to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids, and bringing better outcomes for our kids and our community, these three schools have joined forces to create a community Dads Group.The Milton Ulladulla Apex Club has initiated the project for the region and are now inviting all dads, mums, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts, uncles, carers, guardians and father-figures in the Milton Ulladulla area to this informational and inspirational evening launch.
The Community Launch of The Fathering Project – Milton Ulladulla Apex Dads’ Group
From the organisers:
During the launch, The Fathering Project representatives will share what they are all about and how we can, as a community, be a part of this project. It would be amazing to get as many families to attend as possible.
This isn’t just for fathers and father-figures, the project is intended to benefit our entire community and we recognise all families are different, so while we are actively trying to get dads involved, please all come along to our launch event so that we all understand the background and the aims of the program.
Following this launch event, we are hoping to form a group of dads, who will then help us drive this program within our community. There won’t be too much work involved as we acknowledge we all have busy lives. We’ll just come up with ideas and organise three dad/kid events at our fantastic schools and two more dad only events, a total of five events over the year. Events held at other schools have included; Paper-plane making and throwing competitions, Daddy-daughter Hair and Karaoke, Bangers and Bingo, Breakfast with Dad and Movie nights.
This is a community project and is fully supported by our 3 primary schools. We hope you see the importance of having a project that focuses on fathering and aims to assist fathers and father figures in their important roles for our kid’s futures.
There will be no pressure to join or take on a role within the local organising group but just come along and hear what this exciting project is all about. Visit www.thefatheringproject.org/dads-groups for more information or become a member – it’s free.