F3 Family Weekend 2018

F3 Family Weekend


To gather F3 Families together to build community: allowing our spouses and children to feel the direct impact of F3 from the men in their lives.

Event Q: Worthington

Location: Richland, WA

Dates: June 22nd-24th

Proposed Schedule of Events:

Friday June 22nd-

5-7pm- Open Arrivals
• Check into Hotels
• Set up camp

7-10pm- Casual Evening Gathering as people arrive at Worthington’s house

Saturday June 23rd-

7:00-8:00 am F3 Workout/Bootcamp at Badger Mountain Park

8:15-9:00 Coffeeteria at Roasters-Richland, WA

9:00-10:00 Break to get ready, gather up families

10:00-2:00- Women’s Afternoon off- My wife will arrange an afternoon including farmers market, tours of the riverfront, Lunch: basic relaxing WITHOUT kids

10:00-12:00 F3 Dads are on kid duty. Games and play at Howard Amon Park

12:00-4:00 Pool Party and BBQ Lunch at my house

2:00- Wives arrive back and join the fun

4:00-6:00 Family down time, feed kids dinner, etc.

6:00-When Parents Return- Kids Zone/Babysitting at Worthington’s house (I will have my High School daughter and as many of her friends as needed to watch kids at our house. Movies, games, fun, etc. My mother-in-law will be there to be the “adult” in case there is any emergency or issues)

6:00- 10:00PM Adults Night out/Parents Date Night-. I was thinking we could charter a Wine Tour Bus and take tour of several wineries, do wine tasting, dinner, etc. I have several friends that own wineries so we could get private tours and arrange a dinner.

10PM Pickup kids and head to Hotel/Camping, etc..


7:00-8:00 am- F3 Dads workout at Howard Amon Park

9:00-10:00 Women’s hike Badger Mt Park

9:00-10:00 Dads gather up kids, check out of hotel, etc…

10am-whenver people need to depart- casual pool party/BBQ at Worthington’s


• If there is an interest I can reserve a block of rooms and get a group rate at one of our local hotels. I need to do this soon as there is a large event in town this weekend so Hotels are filling up.
• I want to make sure budget is not a reason for anyone not to come, so I would welcome any families that want to camp they would be welcome to camp in my yard. The only caveat is my wife would be concerned if they have small children since we have a pool. We do have one guest room and a basement if a family with littles want that. I also made sure almost all the events are fee with exception of the wine tour/dinner.


Richland is ~200 miles from Kirkland due East on I-90 until you cross the Columbia River at Vantage, then due south for 1 hour. Without stops it takes 3 hours, with small kids and bathroom breaks plan on 3.5-4 hours.