Please don’t go for the ties, colognes, mugs and t-shirts for Father’s Day. These are nice thoughts that should be kept as thoughts. Let’s put the fun back in Father’s Day and celebrate! Whether on his own, with his father or a family affair altogether, break out of your sad gift habit and give your dear old dad, grandfather or husband, something fun to do! Nothing says love more than showing or sharing in their interests. Here are few suggestions for upcoming events worth exploring. Some of these events are offered in multiple cities or if your budget and schedule permit, consider planning a trip around it this summer! Did somebody say Family Road Trip?!!! Remember those? Classic fun! Give your father something more than a day to look forward to, give him a summer to remember!
If your dad is all about golf, consider a trip to the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum. Check out their U.S. Open Week on funseek http://funseek.com/event/2679839
If he’s an outdoor guy, there are a few upcoming activities and adventures for your father. Invite your grandfather to join for some real bonding.
Check out the Wild Outdoor Workshop: Rock Climbing Basics at the Wildlife Experience Museum http://funseek.com/event/3354965/a>
If your father is into the outdoors and looking for some impactful fun then check out Paddle for Humanity Minneapolis.
If your father is not into nature and into doing fun off-beat things consider this supernatural gift. It’s never too early to for ghost hunting. We love ghost tours at funseek. Did you know ghost tours are often the best and fun way to learn about a city?
Check out Ghost Doctors Ghost Hunting Tours in Grand Central Terminal NYC.
If your guy is a gamer, there’s the 10th Anniversary Games for Change Festival.
For some dads, their favorite pastime is news, politics and comedy. Yes, they do intersect, especially with your father’s social commentary (“arguing with the TV, tablet or something else he just came across). Well for comical relief for you and the rest of the family, check out the provocatively funny, “The Totally Biased Stand Up Tour W. KAMAU BELL.”
If music is truly the way to your father’s heart, then treat him to largest free nationwide music festival, the 11th Annual, Groovefest American Music Festival, June 24-30.
Whether you check out these or some other ways to celebrate Father’s Day, keep it simple, just make sure it’s all about having FUN!