COVID Update for Events:

We're following COVID guidelines set by Howard County Health Department & hosting all events virtually until HCPSS has school 100% in person.

What We Do: Our Focus Areas

Throughout the year our programming is carried out by these programs to put our fatherhood advocacy mission into action.
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Daddy and Me

Events & Ideas to Make Memories

Events, advice, and activity ideas to offering bonding time so dads came make the best of all of their family time.

Dad Packages

Dad Packages

Supporting New & Expecting Dads

Offering free goodies to congratulate local dads with support, resources, and a little HoCo Dad swag.

Cool Dads Unite

Cool Dads Unite

Bringing Local Fathers Together

Dad only events, content, and resources that build much needed camaraderie among local fathers.

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Dad Power-Ups

Helping Those in Need Among Us

Our group strives to help and support the most vulnerable in our community. Parenthood alone is hard enough. We're here to help.

Recent Blog Posts

By the Dads & For the Dads: Advice, Event Recaps & Reviews

Event Planning & Discussion

Anyone can join this informal meeting to discuss ideas for in person events for the rest of the year If you would like to host a get together soon then please also come on in so we can discuss.

Hike, Beach and Paddle/Swim

Myself and my boys are going to revisit The Black Marsh Trail and recheck out the Old Powerhouse and beach area. Bring a change of clothes and a picnic. ( hike will not be more than 2 miles and is easy ) $3 per vehicle entrance fee according to the website

HoCo Pirate Adventures

Hoco Dads will be doing the monthly Treasure Hunt on Saturday. Post in the comments what time you're starting and what age your kids are. IMPORTANT: Register at Details from HoCo Pirate Adventures: “The May Treasure Hunt from HoCo Pirate Adventures will lead you through the trails of Dickinson in King's Contrivance. You'll wind through towering trees to find a tough little outpost with great views! Then down to a wide river to discover a clue beside the rapids! Next you'll explore the ruins of Fort Mutiny - and maybe help rebuild it! Hold your breath as the next clue might make you keel over. Finally, search Pegleg Pines to find your the last part of the password and then you're off to open the treasure chest! The trail is roughly 1.4 miles long; it's quite hilly and requires some treks off trail, so be prepared if you're bringing a stroller. We can't recommend powerchairs on this trip. Sorry!”