Father’s Day Activities and Crafts 2016

Happy Father’s Day Weekend everyone!

With Father’s Day coming up this weekend, there are plenty of activities around the Charlotte area that you can enjoy.

Free food

 At Firehouse Sub’s you can get a free medium sub with the purchase of an additional sub, chips and a medium drink.

http://www.firehousesubs.com/fathers-day/

At Shoney’s fathers can get a free pecan pie with the purchase of a Father’s Day buffet or an adult entree.

http://www.shoneys.com/shoneys-shows-dad-love-for-fathers-day-2016/

And at McAlister’s Deli on Father’s can get a free dessert, no purchase required!

https://www.mcalistersdeli.com/

Alongside free food, many places are also having free admission.

Free entry

This Father’s Day at Adventure Landing you can bring your dad out to enjoy a game of Mini Golf at Adventure Landing. Dad’s must be with a paying golfer.
Admission: FREE with paying golfer
http://www.adventurelanding.com

At the Carolina Raptor Center, Dad’s also get a free entry along with free donuts! The Carolina Raptor Center is open from 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm on Sunday.

Admission: Free for Dad’s

http://www.carolinaraptorcenter.org/

And if you need to make a card/present last minute here are some great ideas that’ll make any Dad smile.

DIY’s

One cute idea is making a picture frame out of popsicle sticks, which you can insert any picture that you want.

Father's Day Fram

http://eighteen25.com/2013/07/popsicle-stick-frames/

Another cute idea is taking a plain t-shirt with a handprint on it. The idea is that you will cut out the shape of your child’s hand, and put it over a plain t-shirt, take a spray bottle with a water-bleach mix, and spray over the cut out, leave it to dry and you’ll end up with a hand silhouette on the shirt.

Father's Day Shirt

http://www.thisgrandmaisfun.com/easy-fathers-day-shirt/?crlt.pid=camp.Zk1lo878XFLj

Another t-shirt idea is letting your toddler design a shirt. The process is quick, it only takes some masking tape and a sharpie. Tape out the area and design you want on the shirt, making sure you tape over parts where you don’t want your child drawing. Give your kid the sharpie and let them have fun! Once they’re done you can take off the tape and there you go!

Tape shirt 2

Tape Shirt

tape shirt 3

http://www.smallfriendly.com/small-friendly/2012/06/diy-toddler-art-t-shirt.html

Written By Rebecca

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