The 5 Cute Activities Ideas To Do With Dad On Father’s Day

What to do on Fathers Day seems to be the question on everyone’s mind especially with the day quickly approaching. Instead of focusing on spending money on gifts for your dad try taking him out and spending quality time with him instead. I’m sure he’ll appreciate this more than another “World’s Greatest Dad” mug to add to the collection. We all know dad’s love feeling special so make this day one to remember for him.


Golfing

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Trust me I know you’d much rather spend your summer Sunday at the beach with the girls, but think about that smile on your dads face when he gets to be with his favorite girl doing his favorite activity. You’ll have 18 holes worth of quality time with dad, and he’ll love every second of it. If your dad could use a little work on his swing you can hire a PGA instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad. This is a great way for him to pick up tips from a pro, and thank you for improving his game.


Beer Tasting

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Make dad’s day by toasting him at a local beer or wine tasting event. I’m sure you both will enjoy this fun way to get over the stress from the past work week. Let dad unwind with his signature drink in hand. There’s even a no-brainer built-in gift. Bring home some of the day’s best bottles to remember the day for weeks to come.


Go To A Game

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Tickets to his favorite sporting event are pretty much always a winning idea. Many stadiums offer Father’s Day deals; check if they’re offering discounted tickets. Games can be a fun experience for the both of you, and it’s a great way to get out of the house and enjoy the beautiful weather. Want to be the favorite child? Surprise dad with a splurge of season tickets. While you’re at it, entertain dad with your best sports jokes.


Jazz Music Festival

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If Dad’s a fan of jazz music, Governors Island (which is just a short, $2 ferry trip from Manhattan and Brooklyn) is having its 13th Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party, the day before and the day of Father’s Day. This historically event attracts fans who come together to discover music and zeitgeist of the 1920s and 1930s, learn the hottest dance steps of the time, frolic in their flapper dresses and glad rags and enjoy sophisticated bites and vintage-inspired cocktails in a romantic, playful setting. Talk about a Father’s Day to remember.


BBQ

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Take dad’s day to a whole new level and celebrate by having a BBQ with him. This is a great way for you both to spend time together and you can even show off to dad how you know how to use the grill. Every father dreams of being able to sit back while his daughter cooks for him. Kick things up by doing a bit of research and creating a playlist based on your dad’s favorite songs. End the BBQ around a nice fire pit and let dad entertain the family with stories reminiscing about his childhood.

Don’t just let dad have an average Father’s Day. He’s given you so much, now it’s time for you to show him how much he’s appreciated and loved. No matter your dad’s personality type, he’ll appreciate a gesture that shows you took the time to think about what he truly enjoys. That’s priceless!

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