Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are our top picks…and just incase you need some Father’s Day advice we’ve got you covered!

All-American BBQ

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1 S 15th Street
Philadelphia, PA

This All-American BBQ includes a series of fun activities and games such as foosball, corn hole, ladder ball, and mini golf all weekend for free. Plus it includes a social 21+ beer garden by the Dilworth Park Café. Complete with live DJ’s and of course food, this is an event you’ll be happy you went to.

Gary Papa Father’s Day Run

Prostate Health International Father’s Day Gary Papa Run (credit: Tim Jimenez)

1845 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA

The event is a 5K run and 1-mile fun walk designed to raise awareness about Prostate Cancer. It’s intended to raise money for education and detection by the Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Last year thousands came out. It’s a Father’s Day activity with a cause.

Franklin Flea

Not everyone went to the shore this weekend. Some stayed local and enjoyed the Franklin Flea. Photo credit: KYW’s Dan Wing

Reading Terminal Market
Filbert Street, Between 11th & 12th Streets
Philadelphia, PA

Around for one more weekend only, residents can meet outside Reading Terminal market from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and shop vintage items, handmade goods and antiques from more than 40 vendors while enjoying a selection of delicious food and drinks. And if that’s not enough you can always just go inside the market, that’s always fun.

Ambler Arts Fest

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Butler Streer
Ambler, PA

This street festival is a day filled with art, music, food and shopping. Butler Avenue will be closed to allow for artists to fill the streets and for an arts and crafts marketplace. The festival will feature a wonderful array of exhibitors including, fine art, acrylics, watercolor, sculpture, photography, pottery, fiber, wood work, jewelry and more!

Juneteenth In Historic Germantown

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6300 Block of Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA

Historic Germantown will have a free day of programs on Saturday, celebrating the 146th anniversary of Juneteenth, June 19, 1865. The celebration honors the day the last American slaves were told of their Emancipation. The community festival begins with the Freedom Walk on Germantown Avenue leading up to a day of family-friendly events and educational activities teaching visitors about the history of slavery and abolitionists.

For New Jerseyans….

Weekend at The Shore

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In case you missed it the forecast this weekend is looking pretty awesome. The shore seems like the perfect place to soak up some some and enjoy some quality time with dad.


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