BOSTON, Mass. -- On Friday, December 12, the staff of Coolidge House transformed the second floor and dining area of the Coolidge House into the land of Disney’s Frozen to host a night for the men and their families to enjoy the holidays.

Staff dressed up as characters from the film and greeted the families and children as they entered. Holiday music was playing and the men and their families sang karaoke with the princes and princesses from Frozen. Coolidge House Program Administrator Joseph Jarvis was doing face painting for the children while dinner and many desserts were enjoyed by the men and their families.

Each child had a present for them under the tree for their fathers to give to them and there was a raffle where two lucky kids left with brand new bicycles! A big thank you to Toys for Tots for donating the toys for the children and also to Pine Street Inn for donating desserts.

It was a great night for several of the men to spend some quality and positive time with their children and families.