6 Ways to Celebrate Dad!

Dads’ are like superheroes – he’s always there to fix your flat tire, to remind you to change your car oil or to offer you his witty sense of dad-humor at all the right moments. Take advantage of this Father’s day by celebrating dad in a unique and fun way! Check out our list below for a few of our favorite suggestions.


1. Brew Hop

For Father’s Day, help dad cool off with a refreshing beer. Better yet, plan a trip to a local brewery or his favorite brewery and join him for an afternoon of sampling different craft brews. He may just find a new favorite and you’ll be the one to thank!

2. Go for the Checkered

If your dad has a need for speed then make Father’s Day a day to remember with a friendly go-kart race! After a few laps it may just turn into a competitive race, but we guarantee dad will have a memory to reflect on for years to come.

3. A Day on the Green

We’re sure if you ask dad what he’d like to do at any given time; golf will most certainly be at the top of his list. Make his wish come true by joining him for some tee time at his favorite golf course!

4. Book Him a Massage

Dad may not want to admit it, but he enjoys being pampered too! Celebrate dad by booking him a private massage where he can truly feel at peace and relaxed. Pair this gift was a lavender-scented shaving kit that he can enjoy for weeks to come.

5. Take a Hike

The great American outdoors can be a place to reflect and sit in awe, but it can also be a place to make new memories! Enjoy the outdoors as a family and explore a new hiking trail. Let dad choose the path and gear up to make amazing memories together.

6. Honor His Memory

For those of us whose father is no longer with us, do something special to honor his memory. Take a trip to his favorite steakhouse, watch his favorite movie or hike his favorite trail. Whatever you decide to do take time to remember the good times and how much he was loved.

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