15 Jun Father’s Day Events in NYC
What better way to show daddy how much he means than spending time together as a family. We’ve rounded up some great daddy-friendly events for the father figures in your lives, to help make this Father’s Day (June 20) in NYC on to remember.
A Laurie Berkner Virtual Family Concert on Father’s Day!
Sunday June 20, 12pm – 5pm
$20 Regular*/$80 Meet & Greet Add-On Package, plus applicable fees. Group discounts available.
Laurie Berkner Family Concerts: Father’s Day Party! Two live, interactive, virtual performances
Each Regular Family Ticket includes access to one or both livestreams for one device and an exclusive “welcome” video from Laurie herself.
Watson Adventures’ Wizard School Virtual Scavenger Hunt
Sunday June 20, 3pm – 4:30pm
Online, hosted by Watson Adventures
$19, ages 10+
Grab your magic wands for a wizarding adventure that takes you to museums across America in search of art that echoes characters, places, and magical objects in the famed Harry Potter books and movies, all without leaving your home. This Father’s Day you’ll track down slithering serpents, Hagrid-like giants and eerie figures as scary as any Dementor. This hunt references the books and provides a surprising bridge to many strange and wonderful works of art.
Tribeca Film Festival: James and the Giant Peach
Sunday June 20, 3pm
Location: Astoria Park
Free with ticket
Inspired by Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book, a young boy named James gains possession of some magic crocodile tongues after the daring rescue of a spider from his cruel aunts. When he accidentally spills them in the garden, out sprouts an enormous peach. Inside he finds a group of human-sized bugs who help him escape his bleak home life and confront his sorrowful past in the midst of a magical odyssey.
Bring your own blankets or chairs to relax in our socially distanced pods!
Fresh Air Sundays
Sunday June 20, 2pm – 3pm
Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement, 466 Grand St, New York, NY 10002
Fresh Air Sundays will feature outdoor drop-in workshops in Salsa, mural painting, tie-dying, and games for the whole family.
Natural Tie Dye w/ Julia Norton – tie dye bandanas using onion skins? Food waste – including from items such as black beans, purple cabbage, and avocado pits – can produce beautiful colors and is a sustainable form of fabric dye that is not harmful to the environment. Bring your own onion skins to add to the dye bath to make yellow and orange colors!