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Where to Celebrate Father’s Day

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on June 17, 2015

Let’s face it, Father’s Day is only a few days away and you’re still struggling with what to buy your dad to let him know you appreciate how much he has done for you. You know the classic tie or golf club isn’t going to do it and there’s no use asking for hints. He says he doesn’t want anything! So, rather than getting your dad another knick-knack or two that might just end up collecting dust, we’ve found some fun ways to spend some quality time with your father doing what he loves in Seattle.

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Get Outside – If your father is a fan of the great outdoors, you know that Washington State has plenty of locations to visit and enjoy nature. Take a hike to Discovery Park for breathtaking views of Puget Sound and Mt. Olympus or head out to Lake Wenatchee State Park for some kayaking.

Raise a Toast – For the dads who love beer, the Washington Brewers Festival takes place Father’s Day weekend. From beer tasting to live music and fun games, this festival is sure to liven up your dad’s weekend.

Take a Ride – If your dad loves cars of all makes and models, there just so happens to be a Father’s Day Car Show in Burien. The show not only features perfectly restored classics, but also the latest and greatest on the market today. Did we mention there’s a chili cook off?

Up in the Clouds – For the history buff and aerospace fanatic, there’s nothing better than a day at the Museum of Flight. Your father will not only get in free, but will also get to explore the WWII B-17 bomber. Families can also participate in a mission to Mars or a Boeing Field Tour.

No matter how you and your dad choose to spend this Saturday, we at Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. hope you have a great Father’s Day! Let us know how you’ll be celebrating on our Facebook page!

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