June Events 2021: Father’s Day and More Summer Fun in Fort Lauderdale

June Events 2021: Father’s Day and More Summer Fun in Fort Lauderdale

Jun 03, 2021 June 03, 2021

Summer in Fort Lauderdale is the best time for a beach swim, day on the boat, brunch with friends, and to beat the summer heat. With over 20 June events in Fort Lauderdale to choose from, our curated list offers the best variety of things to do this month. Choose from a musical comedy, a scavenger hunt, concerts, a food and spirits festival on the beach, a dance showcase, tons of summer camps, and virtual programs you can enjoy right at home in the A/C!

Also, since Father’s Day is June 20th, we’ve provided a list of things to do to honor Dad. Read on for some of the best picks for Father’s Day celebrations and events to make summer fun in Fort Lauderdale:


Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale - June Events at a Glance



Father’s Day 2021 Celebrations in Fort Lauderdale

June 2021: Fort Lauderdale In-person Events

  • Bonnet House Museum & Gardens Family Summer Specials: June 1 to September 5
  • Erotica - Exhibit: June 1 to July 2
  • Paranormal Boot Camp: June 4
  • Mel Schwartz Sleeps With Mae West - A Comedy with Music: 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 & 20
  • The WMODA Treasure Hunt: June 5
  • SAVOR SoFLO Festival: June 5 & 6
  • Dance Dimensions - Let's Go Celebrate: June 6
  • Summer Camp At ProjectRock: June 7 to August 13
  • Camp Discovery – S.A.F.E. Stem Summer Camp: June 10 to August 17
  • Coral Springs Museum of Art - Art Summer Camp: June 14 to August 9
  • Mediterranean Cooking Class and Dinner: June 15
  • Tickled – Comedy Workshop: June 26
  • In-person and Virtual - Magic at the Museum Fundraiser: June 27
  • Broward Mom’s Collective Grand Opening: June 30
  • Events at the Museum of Discovery and Science: Throughout June 

June 2021: Fort Lauderdale Virtual Events

  • Next! by YWCA South Florida: June 3
  • The Magical Bookstore: June 5
  • Stonewall Museum’s Zoom Conversations: June 8, 15, 23 & 30
  • Pompano Beach Arts Virtual Music Series: June 1 to August 21
  • Elements of Color: June 27


Special: Father’s Day 2021



 Father's Day Classic Car Show

Photo by Andrew Coop on Unsplash


There are just some things that Dads do best -- from setting up the PlayStation, pep talks before the big game, barbecues, learning how to ride a bike, and all-things car related. This June 20th, celebrate your special bond with Dad, or the Father Figure in your life, and show him how much you appreciate all that he does. 

Here’s a shortlist of some great Father’s Day events in Fort Lauderdale (or you could just use this list for inspiration):

  • June 18-20: Hard Rock Café is celebrating Super Dads with Super Meals on all three days. Reserve a spot to treat your rockstar to a hearty meal of burger or steak, and a sweet treat.
  • June 19: let Dad indulge in some 80s nostalgia by getting him tickets to Hairdaze – the Amazing 80’s Rock Tribute at Revolution Live. You can also check out their other concerts in June, here.
  • June 19: The Blitz Corporation will be celebrating the day with great food, raffles, and Father-Son/Father-Daughter dances at this 2021 Men of Honor Father’s Day Event
  • June 19: Is Dad into BBQs? Then this Father's Day Grill Kit from Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant will be the perfect DIY treat. Make sure to order before the 16th to receive your hearty kit of four 8-oz filets, baked potatoes, classic tomato bruschetta, lemon pound cake, a lux cabernet sauvignon, and more.
  • June 19: For Dads who love a live music concert, this performance of rock-n-roll harmonies by the Atlantic City Boys is a must-see.
  • June 20: Make some vintage memories as you attend this Classic Car Show. This family-friendly event will feature a parade of classic cars, an awards show, kids’ activities, great food trucks, and DJ music.
  • June 20: Those looking to keep it simple should head to Sawgrass Mills for their $5 signature burger and fries for dad at Johnny Rockets, with the purchase of every kids’ meal.
  • June 20: If your Dad enjoys his art, then this Paint Your Pet class is just for him. Best part – Dad gets to BYOB and take his art home.
  • June 20: There’s a full 35 acres of nature and wildlife at the historic Bonnet House in Fort Lauderdale Beach to spend quality time with dad. As all Dads get in free with one paid adult ticket at the Bonnet House, the family can enjoy stepping back in time and a day of leisure away from the bustle.


June 2021: In-Person Events in Fort Lauderdale



Events at the Museum of Discovery and Science: Throughout June

401 SW 2nd Street, Museum of Discovery and Science, Fort Lauderdale

Events at the Museum of Discovery and Science


There’s a lot going on this summer at MODS that will be equally entertaining and educative for children and adults, so here’s a peek:

  • MODS Summer Pass, June 1 to September 30. This unbeatable summer pass gets you unlimited visits to the museum, 4 Hollywood IMAX tickets to the latest releases, and 4 popcorn passes for just $49.99 per adult and $39.99 per child – it’s a steal really!
  • Dino Dana, June 5. Get the kids over for this red-carpet event that features a ribbon-cutting ceremony, photo ops, meet & greet, and special screening of Dino Dana, The Movie with free popcorn!
  • Kids Adventures After Dark, June 19. It’s a kid’s night out! A day before Father’s Day, kids take over MODS for a fun adventure with pizza, movies, exhibit exploration, and cool science shows from 5 PM to 9 PM.
  • Sea Turtle Walks, June 8, 10, 15, 17, 24 & 27. Come experience a magical evening of watching sea turtles hatch and waddling down to the ocean, as experts lead you to their nesting grounds. Knowing that only one in 1,000 turtles will survive to adulthood makes this an important educational and conservation-based event.
  • Here Be Dragons, June 1 to September 6. If you or your little one have ever been obsessed with dragons, then this traveling exhibit is for you. At MODS for a limited time only, you get to explore three dragon realms, 10 species of live lizards, watch dragon-themed movies, stomp through the past via the Prehistoric Florida exhibit, and much more.


Bonnet House Museum & Gardens Family Summer Specials: June 1 – September 5

900 N Birch Rd, Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, Fort Lauderdale

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens Family Summer Specials: June 1 – September 5


A great excuse to take the kids outdoors, youth 17 and under get in free with the purchase of an adult ticket this entire summer. With the deal staying valid till September 5, you and the family have three whole months to explore this whimsical estate full of aquatic wildlife, mesmerizing nature trails, and monkeys for some unforgettable summer memories.


Erotica - Exhibit: June 1 - July 2

2215 Wilton Drive, Claudia Castillo ART studio, Wilton Manors

Erotica - Exhibit: June 1 - July 2


Explore fine art that stimulates the senses as you stroll through this studio plus online exhibit. Artist Kou Shou’s works will be on display all month long, alongside Claudia Castillo’s exhibit celebrating women in the arts called
Seasons of Life and Nature.


Paranormal Boot Camp: June 4

6650 Griffin Road, Old Davie School Historical Museum, Davie

Paranormal Boot Camp: June 4

Photo by Stefano Pollio on Unsplash


Step out for a spooky adventure as you join paranormal experts for a special private investigation of the 1918 Davie School Building. Not for the faint-hearted – you will be introduced to ghost tracking equipment and investigation techniques with the possibilities of a ghostly experience.


Mel Schwartz Sleeps With Mae West - A Comedy with Music: 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 & 20

1140 Flagler Drive, Fort Lauderdale 

Mel Schwartz Sleeps With Mae West - A Comedy with Music: 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 & 20


Described as a “belly-laughing blast” by theatre critic Around Town, this musical comedy brings serious issues to light in a fun, light-hearted way. A great summer pick that guarantees laughs, free wine and parking just making the deal sweeter.


The WMODA Treasure Hunt: June 5

481 South Federal Highway, 2nd floor, Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts, Dania Beach

The WMODA Treasure Hunt: June 5


Calling all treasure seekers! Bring your prized porcelain or glass art to this ‘Treasure or Trash’ event and have an accredited appraiser of decorative arts tell you its true worth. You could even have your diamond jewelry evaluated by expert broker Michael Rousso.

But that’s not all! You also get to celebrate World Ocean Day, learn how discarded materials are turned into whimsical jewelry, and have fun hunting down a treasure trail of miniature ceramics by master craftsman Alex Meiklejohn at this interesting weekend event.


SAVOR SoFLO Festival: June 5 & 6

911 N Broadwalk, Hollywood Beach

SAVOR SoFLO Festival: June 5 & 6


Be one of the first to experience the launch of SAVOR SoFLO. This inaugural food and spirits festival will make its debut along the scenic Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. Get ready to enjoy a weekend full of great food, sensational wines, addictive microbrews, fashionable people, and groovy music on one of South Florida’s most beautiful beaches.


Dance Dimensions - Let's Go Celebrate: June 6

201 SW 5th Ave., Amaturo Theater at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale 

Dance Dimensions - Let's Go Celebrate: June 6


Catch the spring performance of an extremely talented troop from Dance Dimensions. This year-end show will feature performances by students aged 3 through adults, making for a lively display.


Give Back at the Track: June 6

One Ralph Sanchez, Speedway Blvd, Homestead-Miami Speedway

Give Back at the Track: June 6

Image by Gergely Rácz from Pixabay


Okay, well this isn’t in Fort Lauderdale, but it’s such a thrill we didn’t want you to miss it! If you feel the need for speed, then gear up to dominate the oval at the Homestead Speedway. With all proceeds going towards “Driving For A Cause - A Donor Advised Fund Of The Nascar Foundation,” you get to have fun revving up the engine and tasting the asphalt for a good cause.


Summer Camp At ProjectRock: June 7 – August 13

3580 N Andrews Ave, Oakland Park 

Summer Camp At ProjectRock: June 7 – August 13

Photo by yns plt on Unsplash


Enroll your adventurous little one for an all-around summer camp. Their 10 weeks of climbing, science experiments, arts and crafts, plus a ton of active games is more than enough to keep them blissfully occupied. As each week comes with a theme and related activities, your little camper will have something new to look forward to each day. Make and take projects plus Ice Cream Fridays are just some of the highlights.
 


Camp Discovery – S.A.F.E. Stem Summer Camp: June 10 – August 17

401 SW 2nd Street, Museum of Discovery and Science, Fort Lauderdale

Summer Camp At ProjectRock: June 7 – August 13


A summer camp fit for little explorers! This 2-day and 5-day (optional) summer camp gives kids aged 6-12 the opportunity to learn in a S.A.F.E. (Science. Affordable. Fun. Education) environment. With themed camps each week, you can let your little ones pick whether they want to discover the science of flight, dragons, witchcraft and wizardry, learn about villains, or celebrate the Summer Olympics.
 


Coral Springs Museum of Art - Art Summer Camp: June 14 – August 9

2855A Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs

Camp Discovery – S.A.F.E. Stem Summer Camp: June 10 – August 17

Photo by Elena Mozhvilo on Unsplash


This summer camp is for the artists! With the option to attend the full 2-week course or a mini-camp, young ones aged 5-17 will have the opportunity to explore arts and put on their creative hats. Cultural themes and creative learning will ensure they have artful adventures all summer long.


Mediterranean Cooking Class and Dinner: June 15

565 Oaks Lane, # 103, Pompano Beach

Mediterranean Cooking Class and Dinner: June 15

Photo by Conscious Design on Unsplash


Gear up to go on a Mediterranean adventure this summer as you pick up some cool new cooking skills. Chef Alice will be taking over the evening to teach you impressive knife skills and prepare a three-course menu as you snack on one of the chef’s preparations. A Fattoush salad, whole roasted red snapper, and a poached dried apricot-amaretto sundae are on the menu this week. After the three-hour class, you’ll be dining with the chef and can pop open your BYOB to enjoy with the meal.


The Stadium Tour Concert: June 26

347 Don Shula Dr, Hard Rock Stadium, Hollywood

The Stadium Tour Concert: June 26


Are you ready to rock? Like
I Love Rock-n-Roll, Pour Some Sugar on Me rock? "The Stadium Tour" at Hard Rock Stadium is bringing back all of the best of 80s rock with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard and Poison. Make sure you have enough hairspray and a babysitter for the entire night!


Fort Lauderdale Art Walk: June 26

844 Northeast 4th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale Art Walk: June 26


Join a budding array of art lovers and enthusiasts as you walk one of Fort Lauderdale’s most quaint neighborhoods. The MASS (Music & Arts South of Sunrise) District Artwalk is a free from 6 pm-10 pm.


Tickled – Comedy Workshop: June 26

3501 Davie Rd, Bldg 5, Florida Children’s Theater, Davie

Tickled – Comedy Workshop: June 26


Let them be tickled this summer! This one-day comedy workshop for youth aged 7-15 years will introduce them to the art of standup comedy. Have your child write jokes, get feedback, and even perform in front of a live audience - all under the supervision of a professional comedian. The perfect recipe for a fun summer experience.
 


In-person and Virtual - Magic at the Museum Fundraiser: June 27

8000 W Broward Blvd #422, Island SPACE Caribbean Museum, Plantation

In-person and Virtual - Magic at the Museum Fundraiser: June 27


Enjoy an immersive evening of storytelling - the Caribbean way. Hosted by Neki Mohan, featuring an exciting lineup of well-known names in music, sports, politics, and art, this global launch event will be telling the dynamic story of the Caribbean region and celebrating the influence the culture now holds over the world. You can visit this exciting fundraiser in-person or attend it online.


Broward Mom’s Collective Grand Opening: June 30

1708 Florida 7, Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood, Hollywood

Broward Mom’s Collective Grand Opening: June 30


Moms, this is your chance to connect with helpful resources, community leaders, and other moms to bring some much-needed help to your busy life! Step out for this family-friendly grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony with fun activities planned for all ages. The likes of face painting, raffles, arts & crafts, snacks, lively music, and interactive games are all on the menu to make it a memorable evening.


June 2021: Virtual Events in Fort Lauderdale



Next! by YWCA South Florida: June 3

Next! by YWCA South Florida: June 3


Catch the premier, virtually-produced celebration of YWCA commemorating 100 years of supporting women, girls, and people of color. This inaugural event will be honoring 9 women who have fearlessly shattered glass ceilings in South Florida, including Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine-Cava, Chief Judge Bertila Soto, Miami Dade College President Madeline Pumariega, and Broward County Commissioner Dr. Barbara Sharief.


The Magical Bookstore: June 5

The Magical Bookstore: June 5


This Facebook Live stream will be kicking off Broward County Library’s Summer Learning Program. Tune into this free, family-friendly event that is set to feature juggling, puppetry, and mind-blowing magic for a fun Saturday afternoon spent with the kids.


Stonewall Museum’s Zoom Conversations: June 8, 15, 23 & 30

Stonewall Museum’s Zoom Conversations: June 8, 15, 23 & 30

Here’s a list of what you can tune into for free this June:


Pompano Beach Arts Virtual Music Series: June 1 – August 21

Pompano Beach Arts Virtual Music Series: June 1 – August 21


Taking place every 3rd Saturday of the month, this six-part, live-streamed concert will be aired straight from the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. On June 19, this 90-minute virtual music event will carry the tunes of current and classic American, Afro-Caribbean, plus Brazilian pop music with vocals by
The Voice sensation Karina Iglesias.

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