Celebrate dad this weekend with a special, online Father’s Day concert, a family bike ride and more! Read on for all the details.

Sing & Dance with Dad
Popular children’s musician Laurie Berkner invites kids and grown-ups to grab their instruments and dancing shoes for a live, interactive performance on Father’s Day. She’ll perform all of her favorites, including a few tunes just for Father’s Day “I Love You Daddy,”  “My Family,” and “Superhero.” All the details.

Check Out NYC’s KidsFest
You don’t need to live in New York to check out this year’s KidsFest, featuring loads of performing artists, storytelling workshops, contests, comedy, magic, music, dance and more. The live, online festival will give children the opportunity to engage in real-time in workshops with some of New York’s finest performing artists. All the details.

Stretch Out with a Book
For kids ages 3-7, Venice’s Abbot Kinney Library hosts a weekly yoga story time. Practice fun and relaxing yoga poses, plus enjoy a story and a mindfulness exercise in this family-friendly program. All the details.

Support LA’s Black-Owned Businesses
Thinking of ordering in for Father’s Day? Check out our list of black-owned restaurants dad will definitely love. All the details.

Pick Your Own Strawberries
Head to Underwood Family Farms or one of the other two nearby farms now open for socially distanced pick-your-own fun. While rides and other activities are closed, you can still grab a wagon and load up on all the fresh fruits and veggies. All the details.

Take a Zoofari Tour
Feed a giraffe or porcupine or touch an armadillo at the Wildlife Learning Center, now open for private tours of up to eight quarantining-together family members. All the details.

Ride On!
From the beach to Burbank, discover all the car-free bike paths now open in LA for a socially distanced ride. Finally kids can feel the wind in their hair, practice their pedaling and enjoy a change of scenery.  All the details.

–Shannan Rouss