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Q To Do: Father’s Day Weekend

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The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is open on Father’s Day weekend 10am until 2 hours after the game ends (Reds are in town and playing the Brewers at 1:40pm). Kids 12 and under enjoy free admission as do active military and veterans. Take Dad on a self guided tour through the museum and follow it up by exploring Smale Riverfront Park or any of our favorite parks along the riverfront!

Make a Wooden Bow Tie for Father’s Day! No woodworking experience? No worries! They’ll teach you the skills, and you’ll leave with a finished project you can proudly say you made yourself. In this class, you’ll create your very own wooden bow tie for DAD! Hosted by Rockler Woodworking and Hardware.

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park is hosting their Fishing Derby on June 18. Kids Derby starts at 9:30am, Adult Derby starts at 1pm, and Fishing Derby Happy Hour is 4-5pm. The event is free with the cost of admission to the park!

Rhinegeist Brewery is offering tours again this year starting at 2pm. They are also offering Father’s Day MINI GOLF in the taproom! They’ll have a free, 6 hole course set up in the taproom so you can putt to your heart’s content!

Schutzenfest Cincinnati, America’s oldest German Fest, will cover the grounds of Kolping over Father’s Day Weekend (June 17-19). Enjoy some great German food, beer, and wine!

It’s a Juneteenth Weekend celebration and Family Fun Days at Martin Luther King Jr. Park on June 18, 2-6pm. Enjoy inflatables, yard games, face painters, balloon artists, live music, food trucks, live music, and more!

BB Riverboats is offering Father’s Day Cruises on June 19th. Take a brunch cruise from 1 to 3pm or a dinner cruise from 5:30 to 7:30pm!

Jungle Jim’s International Market hosts an International Craft Beer Festival. With your 6-ounce tasting glass and your trusty tasting guide in hand, you’ll be welcomed into the festival by 400 beers from over 100 breweries. You’ll get to commune with like-minded beer enthusiasts, sample and sip all night long, and use your tasting guide to take notes on your favorites. Tickets required.

Pack a picnic and head to Miami Whitewater Forest for a day of relaxation and fun with Dad! They have great walking and biking trails, fishing spots, boat rentals, and much more.

 

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