Searching for ways of giving Father’s Day a Milwaukee emphasize? (Indeed, we have a compliment.)
The following are six plans to kick you off.
Take Dad out for a beer
ne of the extraordinary things about Father’s Day is that when the schedule rolls around to it, the vast majority of the brew gardens in the Milwaukee region are just getting started. Look at the Journal Sentinel’s brew garden manual to find one close to you, or your father’s place. Reward: This season, there are two voyaging brew gardens visiting Milwaukee County Parks during Father’s Day weekend, in Cooper Park (June 1-19) and Juneau Park on June 14-July 4.
Take Dad to a baseball game
What’s more convenient than taking in a ball game with your Dad? (See too: “Divine location.”) One of the Milwaukee region’s four coordinated ball clubs is visiting the area for Father’s Day this year: The Northwoods League’s Lakeshore Chinooks. On Father’s Day, June 19, the Chinooks are taking on the Wausau Woodchucks at 1:35 p.m. at Kapco Park, on the Concordia University grounds at 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive in Mequon, WI 5309. Reward: The initial 500 individuals 21 and more seasoned get a free tenth commemoration half quart glass, and all fathers get a free rascal. Tickets are $10, $13, and $16 at the door ($2 less expensive ahead of time), $1 off for seniors 55 and more established, and free for youngsters 2 and more youthful.
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Check out some cars with Dad
If the dad in your life is a car dad, the racing season is just getting revved up.
- The 67h running of the WeatherTech Chicago Region Sports Car Club of America’s June Sprints takes place June 17-19 at Road America in Elkhart Lake; tickets are $25 for the first day, $30 for the second or third day, and $60 for the full weekend.
- The ARCA Midwest Tour, a Super Late Model racing series under the aegis of the Automobile Racing Club of America, heats up the Milwaukee Mile at Wisconsin State Fair Park on June 19. Vintage racers, stock cars, and more will also be on the track. Grandstands open at 9 a.m. Reserved seating is $25, and $5 for kids 11 and younger.