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    Father's Day Weekend in Boulder

    Looking for ways to celebrate the dad in your life? Here are a few ideas for the weekend of June 20-21, 2020 in Boulder.

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    Please check official event websites or call to verify schedules before making plans to attend an event. Conditions can change due to COVID-19 safety measures. Listings on this site may not reflect the most recent updates.


    Take Dad on a refreshing hike in Boulder's foothills — or send him out for some time alone on the trails. Here are several options

    Virtual Chocolate Tasting 

    The Boulder Book Store is hosting a virtual chocolate tasting on Sunday, June 21st at 2pm with local legendary foodie John Lehndorff (Radio Nibbles). A fine selection of eight handcrafted, single-origin chocolate bars is included. This will be a virtual event on Zoom and the cost is $10 and includes the Arete Fiji 70% bar, a $12.45 value. Go here to purchase your chocolate and you can pick them up from Boulder Book Store.

    Boulder Farmers Market

    Saturday, June 20, 2020, 8am-2pm - By reservation
    Named the No. 1 Farmers’ Market in the country by readers of USA Today, the Boulder Farmers’ Market is a fun place to start a Saturday. Established in 1986 by a handful of local farmers looking to sell farm-fresh produce directly to the public, the market is now the largest in Colorado. It is a growers-only market, and shoppers can enjoy seasonal produce, eggs, cheeses, meats, herbs, flowers, wines and gourmet food products. Plus, the market enjoys a lovely setting next to shady Central Park and the Boulder Creek, at the doorsteps of the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse.

    Sunflowers at Boulder Farmers' Market

    Brunch for Dads

    Many Boulder restaurants are open on Father's Day. We recommend you call ahead for a reservation. Restaurants are allowed to seat 50% of their capacity inside and many have expanded outdoor seating, with tables that follow state guidelines for spacing. Lots of other precautions are being taken. You can read more here.