Dad’s big day is almost here, and rather than gifting him another tie or round of golf, why not partake in a unique, meaningful experience together?

In an effort to freshen up Father’s Day, we’ve compiled three ways to celebrate dad that appeal to his interests while spending quality time with you. It’s a win-win!


1. Take Him Out to the Ballgame – Even if dad’s not a baseball fanatic, there’s something super exciting about attending a live game. The sights and sounds combined with the crowd’s palpable energy are enough to sweep anyone up in the fun. Treat him to a hot dog and cheer loud and proud when your team scores. You’ll reminisce about it for years to come!

BONUS: Gift him something from our brand new Men’s Collection such as a sterling silver necklace featuring strong symbols like the Anchor, Compass, Four Leaf Clover, and PATH OF LIFE. Not only will it be unexpected, but it’s likely something he wouldn’t normally buy for himself, which makes it even more special. Did we mention he’ll also look fresh and effortlessly cool? It’s a win-win.

2. Brews and Bites – A brewery tour is a perfect way to spend an afternoon while sampling the local flavor. Learn about the beer-making process and purchase a six-pack of your favorites to share together. Afterward, hit up his favorite restaurant for a late lunch or apps while laughing over funny memories. You can also surprise him with a special memento that will remind him of you every time he wears it.

3. Look to the Past – If dad’s a history buff, visiting a museum (whether it’s for American history, automobiles, or even rock ‘n’ roll!) is an ideal activity option. Spend time studying each exhibit and share your thoughts with each other for truly enriching conversation. You may learn things about each other you never knew, such as shared interests and views, strengthening your bond exponentially.

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Brendon Cunha
Written by Brendon Cunha
A guy with a passion for weaving words, I enjoy reading novels, sipping iced coffee, and indulging my Disney obsession. My favorite quote is: “All of our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney