This weekend is all about Dads! If you’re deciding where to take Dad out before or after that special Father’s Day dinner or gathering then check out these events below that are tailored just for Dads and the family. Happy Father’s Day to all those special Dads out there!
- Do you have a little soccer fan at home? (FIFA World Cup season is here!) We’re sharing all the soccer fun NCFC Youth’s Recreational Soccer Program has in store for Triangle area families.
- Have you joined our RMB Community & Connection Facebook Group? If you are new to the area, new to being a mom, or simply looking for a way to connect to others, we’ve created a place for you to grow your #momtribe here in the Triangle. Join us!
- Don’t forget to visit our Community Events Calendar, too! (If you’re a local business or service that has a family-friendly or mom-friendly event please submit it HERE on our Community Events Calendar. This is a free submission.)
Fun for Dads & Family this Father’s Day Weekend: June 15th – 17th
Friday, June 15th – Saturday, June 16th. Historic Downtown Apex
FREE BBQ festival for the entire family. Live music, a BBQ cooking team competition, food vendors, a beer garden, a Kids Area and even pig races.
Saturday, June 16th – Sunday, June17th. 9am-5pm, Marbles Kids Museum, Raleigh
Celebrate Dad all weekend long at Marbles Kids Museum with a superhero training camp, DIY workshops and a trampoline jump-off challenge!
Saturday, June 16th – Sunday, June 17th, N.C. State Fairgrounds, Raleigh
The ultimate Man Cave event is coming back to Raleigh offering the latest in electronics, automotive, travel, gaming, fitness and health, grooming, and gadgets. This event is family-friendly. Ticket Cost: $12 – $35.
Sunday, June 17th. Game starts at 5:05 p.m., DBAP Ballpark, Durham
Treat Dad to a fun day at the baseball game! After the game kids can run the bases, too.
Sunday, June 17th, Starts at 8:00 a.m., NCMA Park, Raleigh
Enjoy a leisure run and workout with the entire family or solo. Strollers, scooters and baby carriers are welcome during the run. This event is FREE and open to the public. Refreshments and prizes sponsored by Omega Sports in North Hills.
What are you up to this Father’s Day weekend? Please share in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you!