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Father's Day in Baltimore

We all want to give our dads the best Father's Day for helping us ride a bike, scaring all the monsters away and showing us how to grow up. Let us help you spark up some ideas with these Father's Day events happening in Baltimore.

Father's Day Cruises

June 18 | Spirit Cruises Inner Harbor

Spirit Cruises is hosting Father’s Day Cruises for lunch, afternoon lunch and dinner. Enjoy a wonderful buffet spread and DJ entertainment while cruising on the Chesapeake Bay.

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Orioles vs. Cardinals

June 18 | 1:35 p.m. | Oriole Park at Camden Yards

What better way to spend Father's day than at a baseball game? All fathers will receive a greyscale cap and the kids can run the bases before the game. Fun for all!

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Father's Day Celebration

June 18 | 12 - 5 p.m. | Port Discovery Children's Museum

Celebrate fathers and caregivers on Sunday, June 18th at Port Discovery! Take part in Family Celebration Circle Time, create a special project for dad, learn about sound techniques in the Percussion Garden and more!

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Fathers Day at BoatHouse

June 18 | 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. | The Boathouse Canton

Make a reservation at The Boathouse Canton and your Father gets his first drink free.

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Third Eye Blind: Summer Gods Tour

June 18 | 7 p.m. | Pier Six Pavilion

What better way to spend this Father's day than an awesome rock concert by the Chesapeake Bay.

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Summer Solstice Yoga Celebration

June 18 | 8 - 9:30 a.m. | American Visionary Art Museum

YogaWorks Baltimore and AVAM present a free outdoor yoga class, led by Keith Golden from YogaWorks Baltimore. All abilities and skills welcome. Bring your own yoga mat or towel. Come dressed in your favorite sunrise colors—pink, orange, yellow, red, purple. Free refreshments

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Father's Day Celebration

June 18 | 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Mount Clare Museum House

On this special day, Mount Clare Museum House offers half-priced admission tours for fathers, fathers-in-law, grandfathers, or any other special father-figure in your life. The tour will conclude with root beer floats and an opportunity to speak with Revolutionary War reenactors about war and weapons in the eighteenth century.

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