5 Things to Do With Your Dad on Father’s Day

Dad's been working hard all year for his family. He has been giving you great advice, letting you keep your stuff in his garage, helping you fix your broken everything. This year, give him what he really wants: quality time spent with his family. Check out the events below for some fun ways to spend your Father’s Day!


Pasadena Chalk Festival 

This annual event happens each year on Father’s Day weekend, but if you haven’t been, it is well worth your time. Head on down with your dad to Paseo Colorado on Saturday and Sunday for live music and entertainment, beautiful chalk art, and an area for kids to create artwork for their dads. Find more info at http://www.pasadenachalkfestival.com/.  


Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance

Is your dad a car enthusiast? If so, he would probably love the chance to spend time reveling in the beauties at the annual Rodeo Drive car show. This Beverly Hills Father’s Day tradition is sure to delight your dad this weekend with its mix of classic cars and new releases. Check it out from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday in the heart of Beverly Hills. 


The Larchmont Sanctuary Spa

If your dad is overworked and overstressed, he might want a bit of time to relax. Send him to the Larchmont Sanctuary Spa for a special Father’s Day spa package that pairs massage and relaxation with a cold beer. Take him out to dinner after at the unique République in Hancock Park to make this Father’s Day one to remember. 


Brunch at The Langham

For the food connoisseur dad in your life, consider taking him to the exquisite Langham hotel in Pasadena. The Langham has special Father’s Day dining events including a Whiskey & Cigar Brunch, a Dim Sum Brunch, or a Daddy & Me Chocolate Afternoon Tea. One of these three experiences is sure to delight his palate. Click here for website and details.


The Dodgers vs. the Brewers

Take dad out to the ballgame this Father’s Day and watch the Dodgers (hopefully) trounce the Milwaukee Brewers in the last of a 4 game series. The game starts at 1:10 in the afternoon, so you will have plenty of time to enjoy popcorn, hotdogs, and quality time with your dad. 

Taking Dad to one of these events will really let him know how much you appreciate him and love to spend time with him. Happy Father’s Day!