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16 Jun 2016
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Would your Dad like a fun day on a downhill mountain bike course? How about hanging out with some birds at Raptorfest? Maybe listening to some live music at a crawfish boil sounds good to Dad. There is something for everyone in the family to enjoy this weekend in Jackson Hole.

Celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday in Teton Village and enjoy free programs for both dads and kids. Fathers are offered free tram access all day, which also includes free access to the Bridger Gondola. In addition, all dads in Jackson Hole will be able to enjoy one nice cold beverage on the house at any of the three restaurants at the top of the gondola with their free tram ticket. In addition to the free tram service for fathers, the Bike Park will be free on Sunday for all kids 17 years and younger as part of “Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day”.

The Raptor Center, located in Wilson, is excited to host the Raptorfest on Sunday from 1-5 pm. Join Owly, the Great Horned Owl, Gus the Golden Eagle, and many other live raptors at the Teton Raptor Center for an afternoon of live music, kids’ activities, learning opportunities, and great food.

The event is located at the historic Hardeman Barns in Wilson where they encourage you to bike, walk, or take the free All Trans bus from the Stilson lot. The cost is $5/person or $10/family.

Jackson Hole Live will kick off their summer concert series with their 11th Annual Summer Solstice Crawfish Boil, featuring The Revivalists at Snow King Ball Park. The event starts at 5:30 pm. and will feature local food vendors with an opening local act from Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons.

The Revivalists are a 7-piece rock and soul band that formed in 2007 in New Orleans. In March 2016, they were named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the "10 Bands You Need to Know." Cost is $5 for adults and free for 17 and under.

Whether your Dad wants relaxation or adventure this weekend, we know you will find it here in Jackson Hole. We wish all dads out there a very Happy Father’s Day and a great summer solstice weekend.