Father’s Day falls on 19 June this year, and no worries if you have yet to make any plans for this special occasion. It is never too late to come up with something for the Man of Your Life, and we are more than happy to share with you some awesome ideas.
Instead of treating him to a meal (yawn, how boring), why not make this event an especially memorable one with exciting fun-filled activities with him?
From art jamming, cooking classes, beer tasting to go-karting, here are 7 Fun Activities To Bond With Dad This Father’s Day. Well actually, you can have a Father’s Week with these 7 activities!
#1 ART JAM
If Dad is the creative type, taking him to an art jamming studio would definitely make his day. Spend the entire day transforming blank canvases into visually striking masterpieces – and take them home with you! Not gifted in painting? Do it anyway, for this souvenir will be something you can look back fondly at in years to come.
#2 BEER TASTING
Take him to a brewery and sample all the beers! Beer is every man’s thing and this is surely one activity Dad would enjoy! We are not promoting binge drinking, but having several beers together is always the setting to more interesting storytelling sessions. Tried and tested!
Challenge Dad to a game of bowling or team up with him against mom for an epic day out. It promotes communication and team work; what better way to get to know Dad better and to bond with him, right? And the best part is, one game doesn’t cost as much as a fancy three-course dinner.
#4 COOKING CLASS
If Dad has been fond of being in the kitchen more than Mom does, then perhaps you could sign the both of you up for a cooking class – preferably a cuisine he’s not familiar with. This way, your Dad can show off his culinary skills while learning how to prepare more dishes so that the whole family can enjoy!
You could camp by the pier with your fishing rod or rent a charter and venture farther into the deep blue sea! We are certain that whilst waiting for the fishes to bite the bait, you will be busy catching up on life and bonding over heart-to-heart talks.
#6 GO KART
Speeding down the racetracks is not reserved for the young. Dad would probably be all psyched about an adrenaline rush and have a whale of a time racing. Trust us, the car-obsessed adrenaline junkie within your dad will be beyond thankful.
If your dad is a regular leisure golfer, take him to a new terrain and have a game or two. If he has never played golf in his life, consider hiring a professional private instructor and enjoy the process of picking up a new sport together.