Dads! We’d like to share with you a unique and fun event coming up in the Twin Cities. It’s called Father’s Eve, and it’s a night for dads to celebrate fatherhood together with competitive games, awesome food and manly door prizes. Plus, it’s all for a good cause!
Twin Cities Kids Club is proud to be a sponsor of Father’s Eve, which started in 2012 by a dad right here in St. Paul, and now is in 11 locations around the country! We’re excited that Father’s Eve has grown to celebrate dads everywhere. This is a great, fun way to get together with other local dads to talk about family and raising kids!
Tickets are now available for $45, and you get all of this:
- Connecting with other dads – share some stories and FUN
- Silent and Live Auctions and fun games to raise funds – Contributing to goal of $10,000 charity donation split to above charity groups
- Hearty meal with, sides and a beverage
- 1 raffle ticket with huge prizes
- $50+ worth of swag (event t-shirt and more)
- Intense bean bag competitions – brackets and prizes
- Hammerschlagen – fun with a hammer!
- Beer, wine and liquor tasting – try something new
- Live cigar rolling – buy one there
- … and much more!
Here are the details:
What: Father’s Eve, an event celebrating fatherhood for dads
When: Saturday, June 18th from 6:00 – 11:00pm, the night before Father’s Day
Where: O’Gara’s Bar and Grill – 164 Snelling Avenue North, Saint Paul, MN 55104
How to participate:
Tickets are $45 and available via the Father’s Eve website. There are only 500 spots available this year and they’ll go fast!
About Father’s Eve:
Father’s Eve is focused on making the night before Father’s Day a special time each year to raise awareness of dads, what it means to be a father and how to help people be better at such an important job.
• It features signature events around the country that bring together people, ideas, and energy focused on supporting dads and having fun.
• Father’s Eve was created to help dads of all ages renew existing friendships and make new connections to help support each other.
• It is a way to share, learn, connect, laugh, and do something good for your neighbor, friend or the community.