Still wondering how to celebrate Father’s Day with the special dads in your life? Here is a list of some of the best Father’s Day events in Niagara this year:
Safari Niagara Father’s Day Car Show
June 17, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
2821 Stevensville Rd, Stevensville
Celebrate Dad on Father’s Day at the Safari Niagara Car Show! Fathers are FREE. Bring the whole family for an awesome day with vehicles of all kinds, food, fun and more.
- Fathers receive FREE admission to Safari Niagara
- Car Show in the Stevensville Garden Gallery parking lot (9:00AM – 3:00PM)
- Live Music at the Merembe Restaurant (12:00PM – 3:00PM)
- Lots of exciting entertainment for children including Face Painting, Matt Anthony the magician, Inflatables
- Father/Child Fishing Derby Hosted by: Bass Pro Shops (12:00PM – 4:00PM)
- Humberstone Speedway Car Display in Safari Niagara Amphitheatre
- L2L Soccer Academy will be on-site doing short 15/20 minute soccer sessions from 10AM – 3PM
- Fun for the Whole Family
- Cake Celebration (Limited Quantity Available)
Whiskey Run Golf Course Father’s Day Tournament
June 16, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
631 Lorraine Rd, Port Colborne
9am Breakfast Registration
10am Shotgun Start – Two Person Scramble
Steak Lunch, prizes & awards to follow
Each year on the Saturday morning of Father’s Day weekend, Whisky Run puts on a special Father’s Day tournament.
We encourage all players to come out to this tournament. Mixed and Men’s divisions are awarded which means moms, daughters, sons, grandparents and grandkids are all able to join Dad for agreat morning of golf and a wonderful lunch!
Dad’s Heart Golf!
The tournament features an 18-hole round in a two person scramble format, with a shared riding cart, and gives players the chance to win some cool prizes out on the course, like closest to the pin and longest drive competitions.
“In 2011, we had two lucky golfers score Hole-In -One’s on Fox Course #6 within 20 minutes of each other! It was amazing – something we had never seen happen during a tournament at Whisky.”
Breakfast & Lunch For Dad
We start with breakfast before the round – it’s a great way to kick off Father’s Day weekend, which coincidentally has had incredible weather the last 10 years! Just goes to show – the weather Gods LOVE when dad’s play golf!
After the round, a hearty lunch that any Dad would love is served, followed by door prizes, awards and draws to cap off the day – and you still have time to spend the afternoon relaxing and celebrating (or taking a well-deserved nap).
We realize there are a ton of activities that Dad’s love – that’s why we’ve scheduled this tournament for the Saturday morning – giving you the whole weekend and all of Father’s Day to spoil him. Kick the weekend off with a fun, relaxing, special round of golf – save the date and book now for Whisky Run’s Father’s Day tournament!
Niagara Falls Ribfest
June 15, noon – 11pm, June 16, noon – 11pm, June 17, noon – 7pm
Niagara Square, QEW and Mcleod Road, Niagara Falls
Enjoy Father’s Day with delicious ribs and lots of entertainment! Free parking, free admission,50/50 Draws, a kids play area and over 20 vendors.
Kids’ Fishing Derby
Sunday, June 17, 2018
H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park, Port Colborne
Free registration starts 8:00am, fishing until 10:30am, followed by awards & free lunch for kids. For kids aged 13 and under. Fishing is from shore and all fish are to be released. Bring a bucket. Free worms provided. Lots of great prizes, including the Barry Carr Memorial Trophy. H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park. For information call Kathy McQuire (905) 835-2261.
Fathers Day Canada T-Shirt Craft
There is a $2 suggested donation for this craft.
We will also have supplies to make hand print Fathers Day cards. We will have a photo area where you can take photos of your kids as a gift for dad too. After crafting we will play at the playground and carousel!
With so much to do for Father’s Day in the Niagara Region, it should be easy to give dad the special day he deserves. Have we missed anything? If you have a special Father’s Day event, please email us at email@example.com.
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