Its the annual day where you begrudgingly put away the eye rolling and forgive all his punny jokes. Dads need some love too so here are a few of Sonoma’s events to truly treat your hard-working dad on Father’s Day Weekend.
Balletto Vineyards – Tasting Experiences
Balletto Vineyards is offering their estate, reserve tasting experiences – both include 60 minute seated tasting and four to five wines depending on the experience you choose. They will also have the B.O.B “Balletto On Board” tram tour – a 90 minute experience. Make sure to make a reservation ahead of time – times available 10:30am, 11:30am, 1pm nd 3pm.
Buena Vista Winery – Father’s Day Brunch
Celebrate Dad with a relaxing afternoon in the Buena Vista cobblestone courtyard. Brunch will include classic egg benedicts, French toast, angus burgers and more. You will also have access to their entire wine library that includes bubbles and perfect red blends. The will be accompany by live music. Make a reservation here.
Rio Nido – Father’s Day Show
Rio Nido will be presenting the Soul Section live on Father’s Day – The Soul Section is a Bay Area band with its primary focus on the great funk and soul music of the 60’s and 70’s. Show starts at 1:00pm
Truett Hurst – Father’s Day Concert with Paula West
Part of the Healdsburg Jazz Festival series – spend the afternoon at Truett Hurst Winery listening to Paula West and the Adam Shulman Quartet feat. Ed Cherry. Concert starts at 5:00pm but doors open at 3:30pm. Admissions starts at $50. Get more details here.
Juilliard Park – Father’s Day 27th Annual Car Show
On Sunday from 9:00am – 4:00pm the “Show & Shine” car show will come to Juilliard Park in Santa rosa. Admission is free for spectators and they will have live music, food trucks raffles and of course the best rides around.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
Want to do something for the whole family? How about a trip to visit Snoopy and the gang… and the best part is that Dad gets in FREE!
No matter what you choose for your Dad, it will be special and cherished. Cheers to all those Dads!