Time: 6:05 p.m. Mon. June 16
Location: Coors Field
Cost: $4 - $51
Take Dad out the ballgame, and buy him some peanuts and cracker jacks for good measure. The Colorado Rockies play the Atlanta Braves in the first game of a three-game series. An evening at Coors Field makes a perfect afternoon outing for the father who's a sports aficianado, or simply enjoys a hot dog and cold beer. Call 303-ROCKIES for tickets.
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: City Park
If your dad prefers mellowing out with jazz instead of rooting for the Rockies, pack a picnic dinner and head to City Park jazz. Denver's own the Hazel Miller Band performs a free concert in the park for dads and other jazz fans.
Location: Bass Pro Shops
Time: 1 p.m..
Dads can take their kids fishing with the help of Bass Pro Shops. The Kids Fishing 101 clinics helps select the correct rods and reels for kids of any age. The clinic meets at the Super Aquarium at the store.
Location: Across metro Denver
Time: Tee times from sunrise to sunset
Cost: $26 - $27 for 18 holes
Hit the greens without breaking the bank at one of seven Denver public golf courses. The City & County of Denver runs par 3, 9-hole and 18-hole courses as well as driving ranges. Call 303-784-4000 in advance to make reservations.
Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Location: Apex Center, Arvada
Wouldn't he love a new set of wheels for Father's Day - or at least, the opportunity to look at a new set of wheels? Dads can drool over vintage and classic cars at Arvada's largest car show. Early birds can also enjoy a pancake breakfast at 7:30 a.m. ($5 adults, $3 kids.) Call 303-424-2739 for more information.