Looking for something fun to do with your dad this Sunday? Here are a couple ideas that you should both enjoy and will get you out of the house.
Redhook Father’s Day Brewers Dinner– enjoy a casual but tasteful dinner at the Redhook Brewery located at 4098 NE 145th St. Seattle, WA 98072, Thursday June 14 6:00p.m. Tickets can be purchased on the Redhook website, HERE for $50.
Jefferson Park Golf Course– located on Beacon Hill, the course is public and for an affordable price. An ideal course for a beginning golfer. Call (206) 762-4513 for more information or, HERE.
Pike Place Market– this place will most likely be a zoo, but as one of Seattle’s classic iconic locations it’s always fun. Rediscover some of your favorite stands or have dad show you the infamous gum wall. Treat your self and your dad to one of Mr. D’s gyro’s or any of the other yummy delicacies that can be found at Pike Place Market.
Burien Father’s Day Car Show– Sunday June 17 from 11:00a.m. until close. Drool a little and check out some classic cars with dad. Can’t make it Sunday or cars just aren’t your thing? Enjoy the carnival that runs June 14 and June 15 from 3:00p.m. until close, and June 16 and June 17 from 11:00a.m until close. More information can be found, HERE.
Woodland Park Zoo ZooPalooza– for those that have younger children, enjoy Father’s Day at Woodland Park Zoo’s outdoor Family Music Festival. Featuring local artist, such as The Not-Its!, family activities, giveaways and a Root Beer Garden. Sunday June 17 from 2:00p.m.-5:00p.m. More information can be found on the Woodland Park Zoo website, HERE.