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We all know dad deserves a little fun on Father’s Day right? We’ve rounded up some events across the state that are sure to make dad smile. You’ll have some fun, make some memories, and enjoy the day with the guy who’s your number one fan!
The show is always a sell-out with approximately 350 classic and nostalgic cars from New England and New York lining both sides of historic mile-long Main Street. Join in the fun at the craft show on Hyannis Village Green (Saturday and Sunday) plus family and children’s entertainment including magicians, balloons, cartoon artists, stilt walkers and a kids’ arts and crafts table. Eat at one of dozens of Main Street restaurants.
Calling all Super Dads! Bring the whole family along for Rockport father’s day 5k/10k road race. The Rockport Father’s Day 5K is hands down the most spectacular race course in New England! Run, walk or stroll(er) this beautiful course as it winds its way along the rocky coast of Rockport. Same views, shorter course is the 5K sister race to this Father’s Day tradition.
From 2 to 6 pm they’ll be grillin’ & chillin’ outdoors on the patio to the blues tunes of The Peter Parcek Band. Get your tickets to join the fun and have some barbecue. Try one of the locally-brewed craft beers and enjoy the great outdoors while Peter & the band grind out those soulful Father’s Day Blues to hail the coming of Summer.
Bull Run in Shirley
A cruise aboard Spirit of Boston isn’t just a creative Father’s Day gift— it’s a unique experience your dad will never forget! Treat him to delicious food, fun deck games, and unbeatable views of the skyline from Spirit’s rooftop lounge.
South Shore Art Center Arts Festival celebrates its 61st year and showcases craft and fine artists from New England and beyond. In addition to almost one hundred juried exhibitor booths, the Arts Festival features a juried art exhibition and members’ show, live music performances, artist demonstrations, children’s art activities and a young artist exhibition.
Spend the day talking to the animals. The Lupa Zoo is a hidden gem in the Pioneer Valley. Lupa Zoo is a 20 acre conservation and education institution demonstrating the value, beauty and interdependence of all living things. And best of all, dads get in free!
The Greenway Conservancy’s Augmented Reality (AR) exhibit blends interactive digital elements into our real-world environments through the overlay of historical imagery responding to the ever-changing nature of what once was a major transportation corridor through downtown Boston.