Father's Day is this Sunday, so here are some do's and don't for your Dad in Rockford.

If you compare Father's Day to Mother's Day, it seems like the Moms are treated like royalty and Dads kind of get the shaft.

Mother's Day is well planned out. Father's Day is put together last minute.

I think it's time for all of us to step up and give our Dads a great Father's Day.

Don't worry, I'm going to help you.

Here are some do's and don't for Father's Day in Rockford.

Do - Golf: There are many courses here in Rockford for you and your Dad to enjoy

Don't - Shopping: Your Dad doesn't want to spend his special day bouncing from store to store at the mall.

Do - Hooter's of Rockford: Beers, wings, and watching the Cubs on TV. What else could your Dad ask for?

Don't - Flowers: He spends enough of his time doing yard work, the last thing he wants to do is go look at a bunch of flowers at an arboretum.

Do - Prairie Street Brewhouse: Imagine the smile on your Dad's face as he's drinking some tasty craft beer and food, while hanging out by the Rock River. Plus, they have pinball machines to check out in the Dockside Bar.

Don't - BBQ: It might seem like a good idea, but trust me it's not. Your Dad is a BBQ expert. There is no way he could sit there and watch you grill out. He will eventually take over the task. He just can't help it.

Do - Racing: Any kind of racing your Dad enjoys, so take him down to Byron Dragway to check their event.

Don't - Art: Avoid anything to do with art. He is already stuck doing all that stuff with your Mom.

Do - Historic Auto Attractions in Roscoe: They have so many great vehicles to check out. Your Dad will love exploring the place.

Don't - Water: Your Father has worked hard on that "Dad Bod," so he doesn't want to hang out with his shirt off. Don't make him go to a pool or water park.

I hope that helps you give your Dad a great Father's Day.


 

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