Happy Father’s Day weekend, Marysville! Show your dad some love by taking him out to one of these fun events:

Comedian Jay Harris at The Ridge Golf and Gardens

Jay Harris is a comedian from Chicago, who also works as a financial adviser, and your dad will love his hilarious (and relatable!) stand-up routine. Get ready to split your sides laughing, starting at 8 p.m. this Saturday at The Ridge Golf and Gardens. The venue has limited seating, so be sure to call ahead and order tickets ($15 + tax) at 937-645-5069. 21 and over only.

Father’s Day Cookout at Granpop’s Hops

Check out the farm that grows hops for breweries all over Ohio! Grandpop’s Hops will host a Father’s Day cookout on Saturday starting at 6 p.m. Grab your dad and gather around the grill with a local craft brew to enjoy a summertime tradition. Adults can enjoy the feast for $40, and kids can fill their plate for $20. Reservations are accepted until Thursday.

Father’s Week Rib Special at Boston’s

If you’re in search of a quality, convenient Father’s Day dinner spot, look no further than Boston’s. The restaurant will be serving up their “rib-rageous special” all week long, which includes sweet and tender ribs for just $15.99.

Already have plans with your Pop? No worries. There’s a ton of ways to get out and enjoy the summer weather this weekend. Read on for more things to do in Marysville this weekend.

Food Fight at the Union County Farmer’s Market

It’s the same old farmer’s market you know and love, but with a twist! This Saturday at 9 a.m., local chefs will compete for the title of “Food Fight Champion.” The chefs will be given a few ingredients and a protein, plus $15 to shop the market for fresh ingredients for their dish. Judges will rate each dish and the winner will advance to the next round, held at the Farmer’s Market Festival in August.

Backyard Medicine at the Marysville Public Library

This event is technically on Thursday, so mark your calendars! The Marysville Public Library will be hosting Dawn Combs, an ethnobotanist who will be teaching attendees how to make herbal remedies from ingredients found in their own backyards! The presentation starts at 6 p.m. and is open to the public.

 

 

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