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Father's Day events in Michiana

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If you're still trying to figure out what you want to do with Dad tomorrow, you're in lucky because there are some awesome events going on in Michiana for Dad's special day.

Bacon and Brews for Dudes

The South Bend Silver Hawks is hosting Bacon and Brews for Dudes at the Cove from 1:00pm-3:00pm. Seating is limited, so call to make reservations.

This Father's Day food and beer pairing is packed full of mouthwatering bacon items and tasty brews like Four Horsemen's Hop Rush, Southern Tier's Milk Stout, Blue Moon Agave Wheat, Bob's Your Uncle and many more.

The menu includes three starters, three mains and three sweets, all which are paired with a different brew. The event will take place in the Upper Deck and space is limited to 140.

Call the box office today to reserve a seat for $15.00. The ticket does not include a ticket to the Silver Hawks' game. The number to call the box office, 574-235-9988.

In addition to Bacon and Brews for Dudes on Sunday, the first 500 dads at the game will receive a sleeve of Silver Hawks' golf balls. The Silver Hawks will play the Dayton Dragons Friday at 2:05pm.

The Studebaker National Museum

The Studebaker National Museum and the Center for History will also honor Father's tomorrow, by offering them free admission to the museums when accompanied by a child. It's open from 12:00pm-5:00pm.

For additional information, call the Studebaker National Museum at (574) 235-9714, or the Center for History at (574) 235-9664, or visit www.studebakermuseum.org or www.centerforhistory.org.

The 29th Annual Father's Day Festival

The 29th Annual Father's Day Festival will be held at Lemon Creek winery from 12:00pm-6:00pm. There will be live music and dancing provided by Libido Funk Circus. The Corvette Coventry Club of Southwest Michigan will be displaying a large variety of their classic Corvettes as well.

Admission is $10.00 a person for those 21 & older. Children are admitted free when accompanied by their parents. Admission also includes a souvenir wine glass and ticket for 5 free tastings.

More information regarding Lemon Creek Winery and festival rules can be found at www.lemoncreekwinery.com.

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