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Dad, Papa, Father– no matter what you call him, your Dad deserves some recognition this Father's Day. With his special day fast approaching, it's time to think of a way to show Dad how much he means. Here are a few great ideas for Father's Day.
1. Hit the Links.
Schedule a tee time for Dad and have the kids serve as his caddies. You can surprise him with a custom Golf Towel in the morning to let him know you'll be spending the day on the fairways.
2. Celebrate His Interests.
Peruse your local community calendars to find a festival or event that would appeal to Dad. Think a film festival for your cinephile, a food truck rally for the foodie father or a car cruise for the man who loves vintage vehicles.
3. Pack a Picnic Basket.
Pack up the cooler and a basket with Dad's favorite fare and head to the park for al fresco dining. Bring along a red and white checkered tablecloth to set the mood. After the meal, your family can enjoy board games in the fresh air and play a favorite game with a deck of custom Playing Cards.
4. Take Him Out to the Ballgame.
Treat dad to a day at the ballpark with surprise tickets to a game. Let him watch the action inning after inning while you and the kids bring him his favorite snacks whether it's nachos, hot dogs or peanuts.
5. Grill Up Some Fun.
Take over the grill and let Dad relax during a backyard barbecue in his honor. While he unwinds in his favorite lounge chair, you can serve up burgers, hot dogs and other tasty fare. Serve his dinner with his favorite beer in a personalized Frosted Stein glass made just for him.
There you have it—five great ways to make this Father's Day one Dad will never forget. Start planning your activity and choose a Photo Gift that he'll adore.