Father’s Day Around Quinte

Oh dear ol’ dad, thank you for everything you’ve done for us.  Father’s Day is around the corner and if you're trying to decide what tie to buy Dad this year.... maybe it's time to rethink Father's Day. Here’s how you can celebrate dad all around the Bay of Quinte.

  1. Start with brunch. Is there anything dads love more than a good meal? This one isn’t home –cooked breakfast- its better. The Dugout Grill in Belleville is hosting a Father’s Day Brunch filled with all your favourites. They’ll even have Belgian waffles and an omelette bar!
  2. Go For A Ride & Break at the Bike Festival Belleville's biggest bike event is back and better than ever. Grab your bikes and hit the waterfront trail with Dad. When you’re ready for a rest and some serious bike-themed fun, head over to Riverside park (from 10am-4pm) for the Father’s Day Bike Festival. There will be a BBQ, bikes of all kinds, an obstacle course, games for young riders, and much more!
  3. Get Active on the Water
    Try something new with a family. GoActive is hosting a Family SUP (Stand Up Paddle Board class) for Father’s Day. Spend the day paddling on the water under the sun. It will be one of those memories you won’t forget with Dad!
  1. Croquet and Tacos Did someone say Tacos? Join Campbell’s Orchard for their first annual Father's Day Croquet Tournament! Drinks, prizes & TACOS will be available.
  2. Cars
    What do Dads love more than cars? Probably not much. Cruise down to downtown Trenton for the Show and Shine Car Show.
  1. Explore the Outdoors
    Family Space Quinte is hosting a Nature Walk through Wildwood Academy Potter’s creek Saturday Morning. Dad & the kiddos can spend the day socializing and exploring through a guided walk.
  1. Cruising Canoes Fish & Paddle Want to get outside with Dad but he’s more of a leisurely outdoorsman? Cruising Canoes is hosting a Fish & Paddle Friday evening.  Grab a canoe or kayak and head out onto the Moira River for an evening fish with Cruisin’ Canoes. Once you’re done fishing you’ll head to Signal Brewery for a pint!

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