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Father’s Day Events In NYC

Usually, the most common Father’s Day gifts are a barbecue day at the patio, a pair of socks or more power tools to fix home. But we know that our New York dad is more complex than that. They’re into learning, practicing, playing and competing in sports. They are also into culture, food, drones, technology and much more. For this next Father’s Day Weekend let’s shift things a little and take dad to  an outside activity or to a ride around the city.

After meticulously browsing across the web, we’ve found really cool articles that showcase a range of events for dad! Each of these websites have multiple events and some of them are totally FREE.

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  1. CityGuideNYC.com  Multiple Events
    • It’s time to show just how much we truly appreciate Dad. New York boasts lots of great places to celebrate Father’s Day, celebrated on Sunday, June 18, 2017. NYC is home to fun, unique experiences for every type of father—from the outdoors enthusiast to the artist, sportsman, adventurer, or gardener. Read on for our picks for the best things to do on Father’s Day in New York City. CONTINUE…
  2. Gayot.com Restaurants
    • Give the man of the house a break from the barbecue this Father’s Day and take him out for a big breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. We’ve rounded up the best places to take Dad to dine, from eateries featuring a special Father’s Day menu to restaurants that might specialize in steaks or craft beers. Browse our list of the Top 10 Father’s Day Restaurants in New York, presented in alphabetical order. CONTINUE…
  3. Inhabitat.com  Multiple Events
    • Whether you’re 5 or 50, New York City will be buzzing with worthwhile things to do with your dad this Sunday, June 16th, and we’ve narrowed it down to our top 6 picks. From foraging for wild edibles to kayaking down the Hudson, check out our suggestions and enjoy them with your daddy-o. CONTINUE…

 

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