Guide to Celebrating Father’s Day During Coronavirus

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 21st, and with the coronavirus pandemic celebrations may not look the same as they typically do. However, KGO is here to help with plenty of family friendly ideas for a way to show your dad how much you care. No matter what you do, we hope you have wonderful weekend!


2020 Circus Bella: Free Summer Circus in the Park: The circus showcases a 9-person juggling act, contortion, hula hoop, original clowning, rope walking, static trapeze, and more.

Feel free to bring picnic blankets and small folding chairs to all locations. Circus Bella does not provide audience seating at events. Performances run approximately 60 minutes and are located on Dimond Park, end of Dimond Ave., Oakland.

Drive-in Movies: Go back in time and watch a movie with your family at a drive-in theatre! Click here to find out what movies are playing near you, located in Concord, Sacramento, and San Jose.

Mini-Golf: Scandia in Fairfield and GolfLand in Castro Valley have opened socially distanced mini golf. Click here to make your appointment.


Accarrino’s To Go x SPQR (A La Carte): Accarrino’s To Go x SPQR menu is doing to-go meals for Father’s Day Weekend. Order here for pick up on Saturday or Sunday, located at 1911 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115.

Ike’s Love & Sandwiches: On June 21, all sandwiches are buy-one-get-one free (one free sandwich per dad). Ike’s will also offers $20 off a catering order of $100. Find participating locations here.

Patxi’s Pizza: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, buy any regular priced pizza and you can add a thin-crust 10-inch pizza to your order for only $10.

Rubio’s: This Sunday, buy one adult entree and get a second one for free. To take advantage of the offerBuy one adult meal, get one free. Download this coupon in order to access this deal.

Free Kid Friendly Activities:

SF City Hall Lights Up Yellow & Green for Father’s Day: Take a walk or drive to see San Francisco’s City Hall and its 220+ state-of-the-art LED lighting fixtures will illuminate in yellow and green to celebrate Father’s Day.

Paint Rocks and use them to decorate your yard.

Decorating Shirts with tie dye, hand prints or sweet messages.

Make a home-made card or family portrait.

Take a walk outside in the many open Bay Area parks. Remember to wear a mask!


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