Father's Day may not be until tomorrow but that's not stopping the congregation of First Assembly of God from saying thank you to dad's in the community.
As they have for many years, the church hosted Dad-fest.
The event had fun for the entire family.
Face painting, inflatable castles and slides and kites kept the children entertained.
This morning there was a ranger derby for kids to race the cars.
And Because it is a day for the dad's classic cars, farm equipment were on display.
For one father, Dadfest is special for him and his son.
(Anthony Ramos, Father) "We have kind of a little story, he kind of had some trouble in the hospital, he had to stay a couple extra days and the first day he was able to get out happen to be the day of the Dadfest. So we came over here and took a picture in front of the sign in front of the church.
(Kevin Beck, Pastor, First Assembly of God) "We get as lot of response, a lot of people enjoy it. I believe the surrounding neighbors love to take part of it, so it's been a positive. Not only just for the dad's in our church but the community around."
Pastor Beck says Dadfest leads into the Father's Day service tomorrow morning.
Beck says its a an honor to be a father and enjoys every minute of it.