Sure, dad loves a thoughtful, locally-sourced gift. Almost as much as he loves a good brunch. But some dads (or father figures of any kind) might simply prefer doing something with you (awww overload), so we rounded up a few activities he’ll never forget.
Saturday at Session Lakewood | 1pm
It might be a little intimidating for some men to enter the predominately female world of Pilates (honestly, why is that?). Bring them with you and coax them further with an après-reformer Maker’s Mark tasting.
At the Dallas Arboretum | Sunday, Noon to 3pm
Stop and smell the roses (and the tulips, and the thousands of flowers you’ll find on the Arboretum’s 66 acres) this Sunday. Then stop and taste the beer.
At The Wild Detectives | Sunday, 11 to 11:45am
Start off your day with a Father’s Day edition of the Bishop Arts book store’s “Kids on the Cliff” series. The literary lineup features a myriad of dads, with the same special focus on great illustrations and high-quality writing. Plus, there’s a bar at this book store.
At Hari Mari | Sunday, 10 to 11am
In a post-goat yoga world, we’ve apparently leveled up to Puppy and Baby Goat Yoga, which sounds just cute and chaotic enough to work.
At Beatnik | Sunday, Noon to 4pm
Bands, brands, and dads unite at the Oak Cliff shop this Sunday, where the very cool A. Bott Willis is visiting from Nashville to make even cooler custom hats.
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Session Pilates D BestFitness: Fitness Centers and GymsKnox
3121 North Fitzhugh Avenue
BeatnikShop: Furniture and Accessories
837 West 7th Street
The Wild DetectivesShop: BookstoresNorth Oak Cliff
314 West Eighth St.
Dallas ArboretumAttraction: Special Events Venues, Gardens and Nature Centers, Family FriendlyEast Dallas
8525 Garland Rd.
Hari MariShop: ShoesOld East Dallas
208 S Haskell Ave