Father’s Day is a day to celebrate your father. It was created shortly after Mother’s Day and was first celebrated in Spokane, Washington. With this being a holiday celebrated yearly, people always think of other ways to celebrate. Here is a list of fun things that you could do:
1. Have an indoor picnic
Rearrange the furniture in your living room to create an outdoor picnic indoors! Include Dad’s favorite lunchtime goodies and snacks. Plus side? You won’t have any bugs to worry about!
2. Fly a kite in your backyard
You don’t need to go very far to have a great time with Dad! Buy a kite online or make your own. Pick a time when the wind is high, then go into your backyard to make everlasting memories that will last for a lifetime!
3. Have fondue for dinner
Fondue? More like FonFUN! Find fondue recipes online or create your own and have a dinner experience Dad will never forget!
4. Create an At-Home Wine Tasting
Does Dad consider himself a wino? Pour glasses of wine with the bottles you have in your home and have dad come up with stories about how the grapes made it into his mouth.
5. Go bird watching
Lay out a blanket in your backyard and grab your binoculars for a peaceful, nature-filled day. Make a list of how many different kinds of birds you see and guess if you can identify them.
6. Spoil him with breakfast in bed
Breakfast in bed isn’t just for Mother’s Day! Dads can enjoy it too! Whip up some of his favorite brunch treats and start Father’s Day off right.
7. Tackle a task together
Is Dad a hands-on guy? Why not spend the day constructing a tree house or painting a birdhouse right from home!
8. Go on a bike ride
Dust off the bikes and ride around the park to make Dad feel special.
9. Fire up the backyard grill
There’s no better way to get to a dad’s heart than the word “barbeque.” Grab extravagant meats like a rack of ribs or wagyu beef burgers and have Dad go to town.
10. Go on a virtual tour
Many famous museums like the Guggenheim in New York City and the British Museum in London offer virtual tours. Fire up the computer and let Dad get lost in the art.