Men and Dads of Autism Dad’s Group BBQ on May 6th


Picture of Father and Son with thanks to Wikipedia for the image. Original at Dads and Men who get it!

  • We know that they lick
  • We know that they kick
  • We know that they look away
  • We get the different ways they tick
    • We know that Dads are different too
    • And we’re just here to say
    • Come join in with the other Dads (and Men) as we all say “That’s Great!”

Date :

5/6/2012 (Sunday)

Time :

noon – 4:00 pm

Location :

ARROAutism Westside Family and Community Center

Cost :

$10 Suggested Donation

Registration :

Please RSVP via email to

Speakers :

YOU are the speaker.


Picture of a Barbeque Grill, with thanks to Contributor Brian Chu and Wikipedia. Original at Autism Dads and Men: Join us May 6th as we continue to set the stage for an all new Autism Dads and Mens group with a BBQ and potlach (noting that the Center is nut free) at the ARROAutism Westside Family and Community Center in Beaverton, Oregon.

This joint ASO and ARRO initiative aims to become a monthly event, recurring on the afternoon of the first Sunday of each month.

There is no cap on the number of attendees, but please RSVP so we can plan for food etc.

For the first few meetings we encourage you to come without your kids so that you have greater opportunity to meet other Dads and have conversations you wouldn’t have with with your kids around.

If you find you can only come with kids, please let us know as soon as possible and we will “try” (no promises here) to arrange to have someone available here to help watch them, or can put you in touch with someone who may be able to help.

About Dan Yedinak

Dan Yedinak is an Information Technology consultant, volunteer Web Administrator for the Autism Research and Resources of Oregon, and an Autism Advocate.
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