This year is just flying by and its already Summer which means that Father’s Day is just around the corner. You have probably already found just the right present via our Father's Day gift guide, or selected an excellent Father's Day Gift Card. So all is left for you to do is to plan a nice celebration with your Dad or your kids. And for that, we are here to help you out with some fun ideas of activities you can spend this year’s Father’s Day does.
- Cook Dinner with Dad
This will be the most fun time spent with the family especially if you have toddlers. They will enjoy doing the easiest tasks and playing around. A meal like homemade pizza is an easy one for getting the whole family involved; prepare the dough ahead of time as well as the plates, your sharpest slicer knives, the drinks, and let Dad and the kids choose the toppings. In case if you don’t live with your dad, cook something special and leave it at his doorstep, it will make his day.
- Take a Socially Distanced Family Hike
We all could do with a bit of fresh air and a hike away from everyone else only if we’re currently allowed, of course. Father’s day is a great opportunity to drive out of the city for a nice mountain stroll. It will bring everyone’s moods up and will be the perfect way to spend the Father’s day afternoon. Just be sure to follow the rules of your government and keep the social distance.
- Play Backyard Games
There are a lot of things that we are not allowed to do this Father’s day but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a fun time at home. Whether you’re playing makeshift backyard golf with your old man or throwing a ball with your kids, an afternoon celebration in your backyard will be a memory to cherish.
- Organize an At-Home Wine Tasting
A Father’s Day well-spent for the grown-ups. This is a great idea since fancy restaurants and picturesque vineyards are not an option this year. If Dad is a fan of wine then he will have a delightful evening. Add a restaurant-worthy cheese platter and go as far as making "wine scorecards" and splurging on a couple of bottles of nice wine if you can. This whole thing can be done via a video call too, so don't you worry if you're not quarantined with your Dad.
- Take a bike ride around the neighbourhood
One of the best things about Father’s Day is the nice weather and for that, it’s the perfect time to get the old bikes out for a stroll in the neighbourhood. Now the situation of the world is quite tense and there are not many things we can go outside for but in most corners of the world riding your bike is aloud so if that’s the case for you well, then go ahead. It will be nice for Dad to get some fresh air and move since he’s stuck at home most of the time nowadays.
In conclusion: Remember that it’s all about memories that you will cherish for years to come and make the day special for your Dad. The circumstances of this year are already special and memorable we just need to make warmer memories.