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Father's Day around Reno and Sparks

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Father's Day 2020 is Sunday, June 21. In the Reno and Sparks region, there are plenty of fun things you can do with and for the father in your life.

Go to the Movies with Dad - The Truckee Meadows has a big variety of movie theaters showing the latest releases. This includes the Sparks IMAX Luxury+ at the Outlets at Sparks and the re-opened Galaxy Theater in Victorian Square. For an out-of-this-world experience, go to a Star Show at the Fleischmann Planetarium (currently closed).

Fathers Day in the park, Reno, Nevada
Take Dad to a park on Father's Day. Photo © Stan White

Reno 1868 FC Soccer - Games tentatively scheduled to resume in July, 2020. Bring Dad to Greater Nevada Field and enjoy a game between the Reno 1868 FC and the LA Galaxy II. The game on June 15 starts at 7:15 p.m. There will be another game against Phoenix Rising FC on June 18, also starting at 7:15 p.m.

Stewart Father's Day Powwow - Canceled. Friday through Sunday, June 14 - 16, 2019. Celebrate Father's Day and experience Native American heritage and history at the Stewart Father's Day Powwow. During the event, visitors are able to experience first-hand the true history of the school by joining hundreds of alumni, American Indians and general public who come from near and far for the event which features competition American Indian dancing, arts and craft vendors, Indian Taco vendors and Stewart alumni activities. This event is at 5500 Snyder Avenue in Carson City. It is free and open to the public. This is an alcohol and drug free event.

Steam Train Rides at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City - Saturday and Sunday, June 20 - 21, 2020. Get down to the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City for Father's Day rides behind a genuine steam powered locomotive. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rides depart about every 40 minutes. Cost is $8 for age 12 and up, $4 kids 4 to 11, under 4 free. The Museum is located at 2180 S. Carson Street in Carson City.

Father's Day Train Rides in Virginia City - Daily from May through October, 2020, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Celebrate this Father's Day weekend with the entire family by taking Dad out for a fun-filled day on the V&T Railroad. This ride is a round trip from Virginia City to Gold Hill and return. Reservations not needed - get tickets at the F Street Depot in Virginia City.

Father's Day Weekend on the V & T Railroad - Trains will resume operation in July, 2020. The Virginia and Truckee Railroad is running steam trains between Carson City and Virginia City during Father's Day weekend. Trips depart each day at 10 a.m. from the depot east of Carson City at 4650 Eastgate Siding Road. For more information, call (877) 724-5007 or (775) 291-0208. Purchasing tickets in advance is strongly recommended.

Taylor Creek Visitor Center at Lake Tahoe - Open status tentative. Check the website. Taylor Creek Visitor Center is a great (and free) family destination. Take Dad to enjoy hiking trails, interpretive programs, a stream profile chamber on Taylor Creek and information about the big variety of natural ecosystems and features found in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Nearby are beaches on the shores of Lake Tahoe and the Tallac Historic Site.

Take a Hike with Dad - Some trail time with Dad might be something he would enjoy with the family. There are trails for all abilities around Reno, from mild to wild and everything in between. Check out "Reno Area Hiking and Walking Trails" for information on many area pathway.

Picnic at a local park - We are fortunate to have lots of public parks in the Reno region, ranging from local neighborhood parks to Nevada state parks. These are mostly open for outdoor activities like having a picnic or BBQ. Visiting a park is a great way to get outside and have some family fun.

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