Concord Family Network on Tinyhood
What is Tinyhood?
Tinyhood is CFN's online discussion forum where CFN members receive information on upcoming events, RSVP to attend the events, post child related questions, recommendations, and other helpful information, search for items in the Marketplace, and connect with other families through subgroups. Our online discussion forum is great way to keep in touch with CFN, local news, and other families.
Here is what you will find on the CFN Tinyhood forum:
- Event Information and Invitations: Farm Trips, Scavenger Hunts, Nature Walks, Playground Meet-ups, Stroller Walks, Snow Ball (dance party), Valentine’s Party, Spring Egg Hunt, New Baby Brunch, Touch-a-Tractor, Family Picnic, Popsicle Party, Fire Truck Wash, Halloween Party, December Holiday Party, Moms’ Night Outs, Dads’ Nights Out, Winter Playspace, Babies and Books, In-door Preschool Playdates at local preschools, and much more!
- Age-Based Forums: Forums that connect families who all have children born the same year, potentially entering kindergarten the same time.
- Marketplace: Post items to sell to CFN members for free or at a reduced price.
- General Discussion Forum: Frequent topics include "in search of" local businesses or services, information on local events and activities for Concord kids, and other helpful information for Concord parents.
New or Recently Renewed?
Below is a link to log in to the Concord Family Network forum, via Tinyhood, accessible only to dues-paying members ($35/year). If you would like to become a member of CFN, click on the clink below and complete your membership via Tinyhood.
Once your membership is confirmed by our Treasurer, Kira Beaulac, you will be approved, typically within a day or two. Note: If you select cash/check, please email our Treasurer, Kira Beaulac at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details on how to submit payment.
For other questions regarding membership, please email the CFN Co-Chairs Sheri Long (email@example.com) and Erin Piro (firstname.lastname@example.org)