Jun 17, 2021 Tips for Celebrating Dad for Father’s Day
“Dad, how do I…” is sometimes the first phrase that comes to mind when tasked with changing a tire, learning how to drive, repairing a leaky faucet, cooking anything on the grill – the list goes on. To express our gratitude, we’ve compiled some ideas for saying “thank you” to all of the dads or father figures in our lives. As an added bonus, check out this “Dad, how do I?” YouTube channel for some wholehearted tips about handling life’s hiccups.
Last-Minute Gift Guide
Haven’t purchased a gift for dad yet? Don’t sweat it! There’s still time to get something for dad that he will appreciate. Click here to check out 40-plus thoughtful, last-minute gifts spanning across a variety of interests! For a list of the latest gadget gifts, click here.
Chattahoochee Nature Center
Head to the CNC on Father’s Day, where dads and grandfathers get in free. Bring a picnic, enjoy on-site programs, and explore the Wildlife Walk and the trails. Click here to see a schedule of activities available.
Enable dad’s need for speed by taking him to the Atlanta Motor Speedway to experience what it’s like to be a race car driver on the 1.54-mile oval track. Offer available June 18 to June 19. Ride along and driver experience pricing varies. Click here to learn more.
Master the Grill
Want to impress dad with the grill skills you acquired during quarantine? Click here for a list of 26 barbecue recipes that will surely make dad proud. Full bellies, sunny skies, family time – can’t lose.
If an indoor activity is more your speed, perhaps you and dad might enjoy returning to the cinema as restrictions begin to loosen across the country. Exercise those popcorn-eating muscles by treating the big guy to a movie. Here’s a list of films coming out this weekend.