Hear three men share their life-changing personal stories of a life hurt and broken, completely changed and filled with hope. It’s going to be a great guys night out.
On April 14th, 7:30PM at Living Hope 1045 Garth St., Hamilton.
Connections Cafe will be open afterwards.
Join us for the Real Men Get ‘Reel’ Fishing Derby on Saturday, May 23 8AM at Binbrook Conservation Area. This is going to be a fun event open to the whole family and will end off with a BBQ!
Bring your fishing tackle and bait (none supplied) plus, mandatory bucket. You may also wish to bring chairs, blankets, sunscreen, refreshments. Following the derby, stick around for the provided BBQ.
NOTE: Those 18 years or older require a fishing license.
Derby is $10 per person to a max of $20 per family. PAYMENT AT EVENT, CASH ONLY.
Park entrance fee is in addition to the derby ($5-16 per vehicle, depending on number of occupants)
Let us know you’re coming! RSVP Here.
Join Real Men for a Spring Bike Ride on Sunday, May 3rd at 2PM
The route will go out to Dundas and back. Choose the Easy Rider route of 17 km or Burning Legs route of 25 km. All routes start and end at Dundurn Castle parking lot (610 York Blvd, Hamilton) and have a mid-way stop at Detour Coffee in Dundas.
Easy Rider: a flat, scenic route through Westdale, McMaster University and into Dundas. View Route.
Burning Legs: Climbs around the north shore of Cootes Paradise before descending into Dundas. View Route.
This event is for men ages 17 and up
Don’t miss Real Men with Guest Speaker Jake Tyler-Smith on Thursday, April 16th 7:30PM at 1045 Garth Street, Hamilton.
Come hear Jake tell his personal story and hear how he works to bring life and hope to others.
Christmas is all about giving. Just as Jesus was given to us on Christmas Day, we can give to others during this season, or at anytime during the year. REAL MEN Hamilton has been putting giving into action in 2014, heading downtown, and loving on people in our great city. Free water in summer, hot chocolate in winter, and some of the best corn you’ll ever taste during corn season.
The response has been great as Hamiltonians grab a drink, eat corn, and stop to chat. Most are pleasantly surprised that there are real men making a difference in Hamilton. How can you make a difference in someone’s life by giving?