Father's Day is a celebration of fathers inaugurated in the early twentieth century to complement Mother's Day in celebrating fatherhood and male parenting. Father's Day is celebrated on a variety of dates worldwide and typically involves gift-giving, special dinners to fathers, and family-oriented activities.The first observance of Father's Day actually took place in Fairmont, West Virginia on July 5, 1908. It was organized by Mrs. Grace Golden Clayton, who wanted to celebrate the lives of the 210 fathers who had been lost in the Monongah Mining disaster several....more from WikkipediaFatherhood has been one of the best experiences of my life... Since Vanna has come into my life I have experienced love in the purest form. Amanda's mothering skills have left nothing to be desired. Vanna is so lucky to have such a great mother, she is shaping Vanna's character to be a cultured, pleasant and likable.....Richard
The Sunday Morning Cup. 9:30-11:30 am, Yankie Creek Coffee House, Yankie & Texas Sts. Music, coffee, etc.
Soft Sunday Breakfast and Music. 9:30-11:30am, Vicki’s Eatery, 315 W Texas St.
LGBT brunch. Noon. Isaac's. Every Sunday. Must be 21
Gila Native Plant Society Hike to Deadman Canyon.
Peace Across the Planet Solstice Ceremony. 10am, 93 Cleveland Mine Rd., off Little Walnut. To celebrate the longest day of the Earth year in open-hearted ceremony and sharing. Lynn 313-4368
“Ageing While Sageing.” 10 am, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 3845 N Swan St. Sermon delivered by Doug Abbott. Child care provided . Light refreshments following service. 538-0101. Free. Meet at WNMU Fine Arts Center Theatre S parking lot. Bring water, hat, sunscreen and good hiking shoes. 3885192.
Come listen to Eileen play traditional Irish music on her fiddle on Sunday, 6/19/11, at Yankie Street Coffeehouse. Buy some coffee and some eats, say hi to friends/neighbors and watch Jim Kolb, your friendly barista, interact with customers and enjoy yourself!! Oh, I almost forgot...homemade ICE CREAM, too, by Maryann. Good stuff on any day, but particularly these warm days...Patrick Lyford