8 Father’s Day Ideas!
While celebrations might be slightly different this year, that doesn’t mean that celebrations can be any less thoughtful. You can still show your dad or grandpa how much you appreciate them with an awesome day. We have pulled together a few gift and activity ideas…
Pick-A-Mix from Dageraad
This is perfect for those beer loving dads out there. We know it’s sometimes hard to choose between beers as each one has it’s own character.
Why not throw in some Dageraad merch for good measure.
Hiking and Spending some time outdoors at Burnaby Mountain
Enjoy the great outdoors as a family and explore the Burnaby Mountain trails with beautiful sights at the top.
A network of 26 multi-use trails covering 28 kilometres criss-crosses the 576 hectares. Let dad choose which route to take.
Cycle & a Picnic
Fraser Foreshore path, which stretches from Burnaby into Vancouver. Ride the Fraser River shoreline and look for tugboats, barges, and log booms. There are plenty of places to stop and view the river so why not pack a picnic and watch the passing boats on this busy waterway.
Dad’s with a sweet tooth
You’re not stuck for choice in Burnaby anyway. Why not drop buy Glenburn Soda Fountain and pick up a Build your own Sundae Box. Ice cream, toppings and house made sauces what more could you want.
Morning coffee & a stroll
Coffee is the way most of us enjoy starting the day so why not kick back on Sunday morning with your dad grab a coffee to go from La Forêt or one of our many others and head for a stroll around one of our amazing parks here in Burnaby.
L’Uomo hamper from Cioffi’s
Family owned Cioffi’s is a meat market, deli, and, cucina specializing in Italian fine foods have an L’Uomo (The man) filled with as they say ‘manly eats’, such as BBQ sauces, pepperoni sticks, seasoning rubs, and more.
There is an assortment of baskets to choose from if this isn’t what you had in mind for dad.
Round of golf ?
Does Dad play golf? Then this is a no brainer, treat him to a round of golf this father’s day or why not purchase a ‘golf credit card’ and he can decide himself whether he use it for green fees, equipment rentals, lesson programs, merchandise.
Treat him to his favourite Burnaby restaurant
You could never go wrong with this. With restrictions easing and our restaurants now opening up why not treat dad to a meal at his favorite restaurant and if his favorite restaurant is only offering take-out… isn’t that the next best thing.