Celebrate dad while physical distancing
Sometimes Father’s Day, arriving Sunday, June 21st this year, gets unfairly overlooked. In fact, Father’s Day didn’t become official in North America until 1972, 58 years after Mother’s Day was conceived. And with many restaurants and other businesses still closed due to the COVID-19 restrictions, finding things to do on Dad’s special day may prove difficult for some. Let’s celebrate dear old dad this year with a variety of different activities to engage in, or mouth-watering meals to cook – alive style, of course.