Father's Day in Prince George

by Bailey Bouwman

Celebrate Father's Day in Prince George with a series of exciting events that are perfect for spending quality time with dear old dad. Whether you're up for some friendly competition, exploring local attractions, or simply enjoying a relaxing day, there's something for everyone.

Join Nest & Sprout as we highlight these fantastic activities in our blog post.

  1. Prince George Cruisin Classics Fathers Day Show and Shine
    Date: June 18th, 2023
    Time: 10am to 3pm
    Location: Lheidli Tenneh Memorial Park

The Prince George Cruisin Classics Fathers Day Show and Shine is a highly anticipated annual event in Prince George. Hosted by the Prince George Cruisin' Classics club, this show brings together car and truck enthusiasts from all around. With an average attendance of 10,000 people, it's a vibrant gathering where visitors can wander through the park and explore an impressive display of vehicles.

  1. Huble Homestead
    Date: June 18th, 2023
    Time: 10am to 4:30pm

For a more relaxed and peaceful Father's Day experience, take a drive north of the city to Huble Homestead. Immerse yourselves in the serene surroundings and enjoy the charming ambience. Make sure to arrive between 10:00 and 12:00, as all dads receive a complimentary pancake breakfast during this time. If mornings aren't your dad's cup of tea, fear not - he can indulge in a free ice cream sundae in the afternoon instead.

  1. Rodeo Prince George
    Date: June 17th-18th, 2023

Experience the exhilaration of Rodeo Prince George, where the best rodeo competitors from Western Canada come together. This major summer entertainment event features sanctioning from the British Columbia Rodeo Association, Bull Riders Canada, and the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association's novice program. Witness thrilling roughstock events and be a part of the energetic atmosphere.

  1. B.C.'s Family Fishing Weekend
    Date: June 16th-18th, 2023

Coinciding with Father's Day weekend, B.C.'s Family Fishing Weekend is an annual celebration of fishing. It's the perfect opportunity to gather your loved ones and engage in this timeless outdoor activity. Throughout the province, free fishing events for anglers and families are organized, allowing everyone to try their hand at fishing. Knowledgeable volunteers will be present to provide guidance and share valuable tips with participants of all ages.

5. Beer & Steer
Date: June 18, 2023

Join Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum for Beer & Steer; enjoy a delicious steak dinner, craft beer from Deadfall brewing, rides on the Cottonwood Minirail and stroll the park after dark. Stay tuned for more information!

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