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THINGS TO DO: 7 Events for Father’s Day Weekend

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Heading out for Father's Day just got more fun with these great local events.

Make Father’s Day GREAT for Dad. Check out these cool outings — several aspects are FREE!

Saturday, June 17

The Fatherhood Games
Fontanel Mansion
4225 Whites Creek Pike, Nashville
Take Dad out for a half-day of healthy and fun activities including a 5K trail race, breakfast, field games, hot air balloon rides and Fontanel mansion tours. Cost is $55 for the race and games; $25 to play field games only; $2 for spectators and FREE for ages 6 and younger. The event benefits the Family Foundation Fund whose mission is to nurture boys with absent fathers into successful Christ-centered manhood and to inspire and equip them to be fathers that impact the destiny of future generations.

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Thunder on the Cumberland
Riverfront Park, 100 First Ave., Nashville
This FREE event kicks off at 11 a.m.. Watch powerboats and tri-hulls race on the river plus extreme BMX bike performances in the park. Also takes place on the 18th.

Sunday, June 18

Lane Motor Museum
702 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville
615-742-7445
Cars, cars, cars & Dad gets in FREE on Father’s Day! A special program’s in store. The museum is open from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Nashville Shores
4001 Bell Road, Hermitage
615-889-7050
All day long, Dads get in for half price ($18.50) with a paid child’s admission.

Oaklands Mansion
900 North Maney Ave., Murfreesboro

615-893-0022
From 12 – 5 p.m., it’s “Magic at the Mansion” and Dad gets in free! $10 per additional or $25 for a family. The event includes live music, food trucks, cigars and mansion tours

Owl’s Hill
545 Beech Creek Road, Brentwood
615-370-4672
From 1 – 3 p.m., Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary honors dads with an “Ultimate Day with Dad.” Take a guided hike around the hill then cool off with ice cream courtesy of Bruster’s Real Ice Cream. Cost is $20 for a family of 4; $10 for an adult and child; $7 for each additional person.

Thunder on the Cumberland
Riverfront Park, 100 First Ave., Nashville
This FREE event kicks off at 11 a.m.. Watch powerboats and tri-hulls race on the river plus extreme BMX bike performances in the park.

 

 

Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.

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