Spend Some Time with Dad

June is characteristically a lively month with the kids getting out of school and the weather getting nicer. With Father’s Day quickly approaching, plan an activity to show your Dad how much he is appreciated as we know they can sometimes be overlooked (Sorry Dad!).

Here are some events where you can spend some quality time with dad, even if you left it to the last minute!

Father’s Day Open House at the Historic Stewart Farm

13723 Crescent Road
June 16, 11:00am – 3:00pm

Bring Dad out to a memorable date at the Historic Stewart Farm! It is a free drop-in event perfect for the whole family that features a display of model trains from the Greater Vancouver Garden Railway Club. Dress up as a conductor, beat Dad in a sack race, and enjoy the complimentary cookies and lemonade on the Farmhouse verandah.

Father’s Day Whiskey Dinner at Dominion Kitchen + Bar

13475 Central Ave, Unit D1
June 16, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

For some of our older children, surprise Dad with an evening of award-winning whiskey’s paired with delicious New Canadian cuisine! A whiskey expert will guide you through this two-hour experience. It features a welcome cocktail, whiskey flight tasting, and a special three-course menu. Treat your dad to a refined palate this year, but only if you’re 19+ and remember to bring your ID. To book, please purchase your tickets through Eventbrite.

Morgan Creek Father’s Day Brunch & BBQ Buffet

3500 Morgan Creek Way
June 16th 10:30 | 5:30

Brunch not your dad’s scene? No worries as this year Morgans will be offering both a Father’s Day Brunch Buffet as well as a Father’s Day BBQ Dinner Buffet! No matter which meal you prefer to treat your dad to, you’re sure to give dad a meal to remember! Purchase your tickets here.

Honeybee Center’s Father’s Day BBQ Dinner

7480 176 Street
June 16 – 5:30 pm

Treat your Dad to a experience like no other; one that is sure to keep his taste buds buzzing. Enjoy a three-course honey themed meal that includes handcrafted dessert and local craft beer brewed with honey from the Honeybee Center! ‘Bee’ sure to register here!