Does pops like to turn the music up loud when there's some classic rock playing? The Lexington Village Theatre has a couple things happening that will get him to say "Turn It Up" this weekend.
Since he began in the business in the 1960s Carl Palmer has sold over 50 million records! He is considered a drummer's drummer. His dynamic style behind the kit has been thrilling audiences for five decades in bands such as Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Asia.
Purchase tickets for Carl Palmer and Almost Queen at the Lexington Village Theatre box office.
Lexington doesn't just have things to do with dad on Father's Day weekend just in the evening. You can take him on a trip back to time by pulling up to the Lakeside A&W on the village's main street and having the car hops come up, take your order and bring it back to your window. They weather looks great for the weekend so the old man and you can even enjoy a frosty mug of famous root beer on the restaurant's patio.
Antique Tractor Show going on from 10am-5pm. Equipment from the early days of agricultural machinery all the way up to modern times will be on display throughout the grounds.
While out with dad in Lexington this weekend why not sit and talk over a sip at the Lexington Brewing Company and Wine House. Their newly remolded building is rustic yet cozy place to try one of their handcrafted beers and award winning wines.
When you're young your dad is bigger than life. And what should a bigger than life fellow have? A big truck, right?
4th Annual Harbor Beach Truck Show. From the super semi's that ply the highways to the trusty work horses that run the back roads, trucks of all shapes and sizes with buffed and shined to show off. Who knows, maybe you can even talk someone into letting your dad up in the cap so he can blow the horn.
Find out more about these happenings and more at our events page.
Happy Father's Day!