(CNN) - President Barack Obama attended a wedding Saturday evening in Chicago, part of his Father’s Day weekend that he spent with his family in and around their hometown.
Obama walked with his wife, Michelle, and their two daughters from their Chicago home to the nearby residence of his senior adviser, Valerie Jarrett, for her daughter’s wedding.
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The Jarrett nuptials drew other figures from Democratic politics and the Obama administration as well, including Attorney General Eric Holder.
The night earlier, the family also strolled through their Hyde Park neighborhood and spent several hours at the home of another neighbor.
One neighbor's yellow Chevy Camaro featured a sign that read, "Thank you for saving GM."
Obama is expected to fly out of Illinois on Sunday evening, bound for the G-20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico.
The president has been to Chicago several times this year. At a fundraiser earlier this month - in which he stayed overnight in his Hyde Park home for the first time since April 2011 - Obama told the crowd, "It is good to be back home. I am sleeping in my bed tonight. I’m going to go into my kitchen. I might cook something for myself, putter around in the backyard a little bit."
On another recent visit, he asked neighbors if someone was keeping up his yard while he occupies the nation's most famous address, lest he develop a reputation.
“He’s a good president, but nobody’s mowing the lawn," Obama quipped his neighbors might grumble. “Bringing down property values."
- CNN's Gregory Wallace contributed to this report.