Beyond ties and technology, here are some Chicago ideas for spending quality time with your Dad and celebrating his day. Check back often as new events will be continually added.
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Does your dad need a little light? Then give it to him when George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic deck out the Arie Crown Theater for Father's Day. Everybody say flashlight!
Toyota Park hosts Major League Soccer's SuperLiga 2009 match-up on Saturday night at 7 p.m. Take your dad to root for the Fire.
This was our choice two years ago, and we sure wished we had arrived early. The place gets packed.
So, plan early or take Dad on Saturday.
Courtesy Pine Meadow Golf Club
Find our choices for the best public courses in the Chicago area and bring dad with.
Dine on a brunch of gyro platters and omelet stations (not kidding), and then take Dad to kick a field goal on Soldier Field.
Chicago's professional women's soccer team made a last-minute change to their schedule, so now you can celebrate Father's Day at Toyota Park in the afternoon. The game begins at 3 p.m. and the car show will run from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The players will pick their favorite car and announce a winner at half-time.
William Zbaren for Spertus
The Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies especially welcomes grandparents and their grandchildren (5+) to their family open house and the Gray Children's Center.
Take dad out to the ball game. If the Cubs don't win, it's a shame.
Both the Lincoln Square and Merchandise Mart locations offer a Sunday cooking class where you and dad can master baked beans, BBQ ribs, brats, and more.
Courtesy Odyssey Cruises
Learn how to book a trip with Dad on one of Chicago's favorite sightseeing boats: Spirit of Chicago, Odyssey,
or Mystic Blue.