Celebrate Dad This Weekend

Father's Day2015This Sunday it’s time to cheer for doting dads and fabulous father figures! June 21 is Father’s Day, so why not give the men in your life — and maybe even yourself — a much needed day (or weekend) of fun and suds. Sacramento365.com has curated a short list of local outings that’ll help you give thanks to pops:

Dad’s Day at Denio’s
Denio’s Farmers Market & Swap Meet; Sat 10am-2pm
With live entertainment from Just Musik, craft beers, hand-dipped corn dogs, and classic cars, celebrating dad will be easy peasy.

Folsom Rhythm and Brews
Palladio at Broadstone; Sat Noon-6pm
Get a jump-start on Father’s Day with 40+ craft brewers, fantastic food choices, and two stages of entertainment!

2nd Annual Rides in Classics
California Automobile Museum; Sun 11am-3pm

Know a man who’s car crazy? Bring ‘em down to enjoy rides in classics, a complimentary Show ‘n’ Shine, a card making station, and a brand new exhibit to explore. Plus, dads get in for free.

Father’s Day BBQ
Revolution Wines
; Sun 11:30am-9pm
Treat Dad to a special day of BBQ and wine at your favorite urban winery. Chef Teddy will create the manliest BBQ plate of brisket, ribs, corn bread, and potato salad. No reservations are required.

Tripel Play
Ruhstaller Farms & Yard; Sun Noon-8pm
It’s all about the “B” — beer, bluegrass, and barbecue that is! Have a family-friendly Sunday Funday, complete with games and a photobooth at the craft brewery’s farm.

To find even more Father’s Day festivities, visit the Sacramento365.com Holiday Events page. However you decide to celebrate the day, we hope you have a wonderful weekend!

***This blog post was written by Sacramento365.com’s Content and Social Media Coordinator, Jamila B. Khan.


Fun Things To Do This Father’s Day Weekend

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAFather’s Day is this Sunday. Still looking for ways to celebrate and thank the special men in your life? Ditch the socks and make lasting memories! Sacramento365.com has curated a variety of local dad-friendly outings in the region to help you make this weekend one to remember.

Venure Out with Your Pops:
2014 Cajun and Blues Festival

Delta Boat Storage (Isleton); Sat & Sun 10am-7pm
Head down to Isleton and hear Cajun, blues, zydeco, twang and rock n’ roll music. You can also chow down on delicious Bayou cuisine and see classic cars down in the Delta.

Superheroes 5K
Capitol Mall Greens; Sun 8:05am
You’ve always knew your pop had superpowers. Let him show them off this Sunday at this caped crusader-themed race through downtown Sacramento.

Sacramento River Cats vs. Iowa Cubs
Raley Field; Sun 1:05pm
Have a Sunday Funday at the ballpark! Before the game, get a player’s autograph and checkout Dreams and Drivers sweet rides. After the game, kids (and their dads) can run the bases.

Take a Ride with Dad:
Father’s Day Weekend Diesel Days
CA State Railroad Museum; Sat & Sun 11am-5pm

View rarely seen Southern Pacific road switchers and hop on diesel locomotives all weekend long for this special Diesel Day.

Classic Car Rides
California Auto Museum; Sun 11am-3pm
Daddios can enjoy free admission to the museum, take a ride in classics and inspect what’s under the hood of exhibit cars this special Sunday.

Hornblower’s Father’s Day River Cruise
L Street Dock; Sun Noon, 1:30pm, 3pm & 4:30pm
Get on board the Capitol Hornblower and spend some quality time on the Sacramento River with a dad this Father’s Day.

Feast with a Father:
BBQ & Brews Summer Series Kick-Off
Mama Kim Eats; Fri 5pm-10pm
Celebrate Father’s Day early! Chef Brad and crew will be throwing down the love with BBQ oysters, wild salmon tacos, baby back ribs, smoked brisket, finger lickin’ chicken, and much more goodness for dads to chew on!

Father’s Day Brunch
Hyatt Regency Sacramento; Sun 11am-2pm
Fathers can feast on breakfast selections, a seafood display, artisan salumi and cheeses and more in downtown.

For even more ways to celebrate dad, visit the Sacramento365.com’s Holiday Events page.

*This blog post was written by Sacramento365.com’s Content & Social Media Coordinator, Jamila B. Khan.