Happy Father’s Day 2016

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When is Father’s Day 2016?

The date to celebrate your dad this year is Sunday, June 19, 2015. Father’s Day is always celebrated in America on the third Sunday in June, so keep that in mind for next year. Also remember that Father’s Day is not a federal holiday, so businesses should run as usual. So, where did the idea of Father’s Day come from?

Wales Online reports what many historians believe:

“Grace Golden Clayton was the founder of the first Father’s Day in Fairmont, West Virginia on July 5, 1908 after Monongah, a nearby town, suffered a mine explosion killing more than 360 men. Over 200 of these men were fathers and left behind their widows and more than 1,000 sons and daughters prompting Grace to initiate the idea of a special day for fathers to be honoured and remembered.”

Below find a list of ideas for Father’s Day gifts this year:

  • DVDs of his favorite movies
  • Grilling equipment
  • Gift Card to a local Cigar Shop and Lounge; hang out together and smoke cigars
  • Concert Tickets
  • Golf Gear
  • Liquor Chocolates & Candies
  • Personalized Beer Bottles, Mugs, and more
  • Shaving Kit
  • Digital Gifts like the FitBit or an iPad

Gifts from the Heart of a Child:

Anyone can buy a tie and call it a Father’s Day gift, but this year, why not use the occasion as an opportunity for your kids to stretch their creative muscles, create a one-of-a-kind gift and build self-esteem in the process?

Here are 29 great craft ideas to get you started. They are for a mix of all age groups and are great ways to say “I love you, Dad!”

These are perfect activities for kids to do with their nanny or babysitter too, in the days leading up to Father’s Day. So print out multiple copies of the directions and have plenty of craft supplies on hand.

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