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HOW ARE YOU CELEBRATING DAD’S BIG DAY? FATHER’S DAY ACTIVITIES FOR 2020

Chances are there’s a documentary available to stream or rent about your dad’s favorite team, player, or driver. (ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentary series is a great place to start!) As you watch along with your dad, you can find out why he’s so passionate about his favorite sports and potentially discover new things you two have in common.

Right now, it may seem hard to think of ways to make Father’s Day special for the dads in our lives. Many of my friends have traditions with their parents like going to car shows, dining out, or watching a football game. Because of global health concerns, we’re all having to shift plans a little bit this year. However, with a little creativity, you can still make this Father’s Day one that you and your dad will cherish for years. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

GO ON A FISHING TRIP.

Fishing always offers quality time together. Even if your dad has never fished before, this is a great time to try it out if he’s down for a little adventure! You will undoubtedly create some fun memories as you cast your line. On the other hand, if your dad is passionate about fishing, now’s the perfect time for him to help you perfect your technique.

TACKLE A HOME PROJECT TOGETHER.

If your dad is constantly working on DIY home projects, tackling a task or two alongside him might make his day. Regardless of how big the project is, take a few hours out of your day to cut down his workload and make quality memories. If your dad likes learning how to build things, find a fun crafting project like a birdhouse, tie rack, or a spatula hanger for the grill. With one of these ideas, you and your dad can create unforgettable memories as he teaches you how to use the equipment and build something from scratch.

BECOME THE GRILL MASTER.

If your dad considers himself the grill master in your family, now is the perfect time to show off your own skills. An evening of making dinner with your dad is a low-pressure way to relax and bond over your grilling techniques and love of food. In the weeks leading up to Father’s Day, prepare by asking him what he loves to grill and how he grills it.

“IF YOUR DAD CONSIDERS HIMSELF THE GRILL MASTER IN YOUR FAMILY, NOW IS THE PERFECT TIME TO SHOW OFF YOUR OWN SKILLS.”

BRING THE GAME OR RACE HOME.

If you have any great Father’s Day ideas, let me know the next time we chat! My family and I are always looking for fun ways to spend quality time on this holiday.

Does your dad love football or motor sports? Bring the top moments in sports home and watch them on the big screen! While we may not be able to go to any live events, reliving your father’s favorite sports moments is a great way to bond.

– Moses DeWitt

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