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Gay Fathers Support Group

March 26 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm PDT

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An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Thursday, repeating indefinitely


Every Thursday evening, except when falling on a holiday, the Gay Fathers Association of Seattle (GFAS) hosts a safe and anonymous support group meeting on the Group Health Cooperative, Capitol Hill campus in Seattle. A social hour continues after each meeting, for those who are interested.

All interested gay, bisexual, or questioning men of any age who are or have been married or partnered, with or without children are all welcome to all GFAS meetings. GFAS membership is not required.


On the second Thursday of each month a special bisexual men break out session is held along with the regularly scheduled support meeting.  We start our meeting together and then create two seperate areas for chat and building camaraderie.  If you wish to attand either of these meetings in particular, consult our calendar on the GFAS Yahoo! Group message board.

Group Health Cooperative, Capitol Hill campus, South Central Building, 201 16th Avenue East, Seattle.

Enter the building through the north entrance of the South Central Building, and then go down the stairs to the Atrium cafeteria. There are several meeting rooms surrounding the Atrium. GFAS meetings are primarily held in conference room A91/A92 to the right and down the hallway going back along the stairs. Occasionally Group Health will assign an alternate room, on these occasions the meeting announcement will be updated with the correct room. Please check the GFAS Yahoo! Group calendar for these changes.



March 26
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Gay Fathers Association


Kaiser – Cspitol Hill
201 16th Avenue East, A91/A92
seattle, WA 98112 United States
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