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June 13, 2014 - 10 Ways to Celebrate Dad this Father’s Day

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Dads are the best and they deserve the best. If you’re struggling over what to get Dad this Father’s Day, don’t worry. We have a few fun ideas that he will love and will have him feeling loved.

 Take Him Out to the Ball Game

One of the best things about Father’s Day is that it happens during baseball, lacrosse, and soccer seasons. Treat your sport’s fan with tickets to one of his favorite games. You can cheer for your favorite team, scream at the top of the stands, and enjoy good food, all while building cherished memories.

Buy Him His Favorite Gadget

Spoil his inner nerd with one of the latest tech gifts to hit the market. Bluetooth shower speakers, joysticks to attach to his iPad, and a 3D printer are all perfect ideas for the tech savvy Dad.

 Spruce Up His Man Cave

Does his man cave need some attention? Buying him a rug, game console, or new chair could be a big help for both him and the family. After all, a well-relaxed dad is a happy dad.

Update His Tool Cabinet

If Dad’s into building things, a new toolbox or a state of the art drill might come in handy for future projects. Take his collection to a new level with one big item or a few smaller ones.

Head Outdoors

Unleash his inner warrior and take him outdoors.  Go-karting, paintballing, and camping are all active ways to celebrate this Father’s Day. You can de-stress, have fun, and revel in some friendly competition.

 Have a Movie Marathon

Reminisce over his favorite movie lines, villains, and heroes by hosting a movie marathon. Add popcorn and movie trivia to spice it up or see how many movies you can fit into one day.

Quench His Thirst

If he’s a fan of hops, taking him to the local brewery (or non-local brewery if you don’t mind the drive) is an ideal way to spend the special day. Learn about the brewing process, beer facts, and enjoy beer tastings all while saluting Dad.

Indulge the History Buff

There’s no better time to enjoy the past than the present. Get dad and head over to the history museum for a flashback into time. Not only will it be a special day, but both you and Dad can learn a thing or two about our nation’s past.

Enjoy Thrills and Spills

If he lives for adrenaline, take him to the theme park. You can bond over rollercoasters and waterslides and then challenge each other to the highest one yet. Screaming will never be so fun.

Rev Up and Enjoy a Car Show

There is always a car show around the corner. Surprise Dad with a first row seat to the see the roaring engines and top gear displays. You can discuss car facts, styles, and take pictures with some of the hottest cars in history.

 


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