Father’s Day Events and Things to Do in Louisville

Father’s Day is just around the corner! Louisville has some fun crafts and events to celebrate your father and being a father.

June 4 Valet Organizer at Home Depot – Free- Have the kids make a special present for their dad.

June 11 Goofy Golf at Lowe’s – Free with registration.  Build a goofy golf game for your dad.

June 14 Father’s Day Crafts at Okolona Library – FREE

June 17-19 Father’s Day Camping at Louisville South KOA
Families can treat Dad to a day of fishing, swimming, hiking or mini-golf. Fathers receive a complimentary breakfast, courtesy of KOA. 

June 18 – Greentree Mall Hottest Dad Event

June 19 Father’s Day Bluegrass Cruise – Belle of Louisville – Advanced Reservations needed

June 19 Father’s Day BBQ Adventure at Jefferson Memorial Forest – Pre-registration
An event for Father’s and sons, no matter what the age. Choose from a variety of activities to create your own adventure and memories. Pre-registration required 368-5404. Fee: $25 per Dad. Includes BBQ lunch and afternoon of activities for Dad and child, $10 for each additional family member.

FREE for all fathers accompanied by their children. Regular admission price for all other family members. at Clarksville Aquatic Center

DadFest   Saturday, June 18 – 5:00 pm and Sunday, June 19 9:15 or 11:00 am
DadFest is the BEST Father’s Day Weekend EVER!
Dad food, dad activities, classic car/motorcycle show, projects for dads and kids to make together, popular sports figures (Jockey Pat Day, Former UofL Quarterback Stefan Lefors, Big East Official James Breeding, UofL Baseball Coach Dan McDonald, UofL Athletic Director Tom Jurich), and more – don’t miss it!  

Don’t forget to check out our website calendar for additional ideas for dads such as a Louisville Bats game or Summer Concert at Cherokee Triangle.

Always double check with the event’s websites to get additional info, if a RSVP or ticket is needed, pricing, time etc. If you know of other local events please e-mail us so we’ll update the list. Thanks!

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