Bus Philadelphia Tips: What to Do and Where to Go on Father’s Day (Part 2)

Father’s Day this year falls on June 16, and while that is still more than a month away, Bus Philadelphia believes that it is never too early to start planning. Or to at least make up your mind regarding what to do and where to go. After all, you make things more special and more perfect if you have had ample time to prepare.

But what if you still have no idea about what to do on Father’s Day? You’re in luck because Bus Philadelphia has some suggestions for you!

We have already started this series with a couple of ideas. Now, here’s more from Bus Philadelphia:

8th Annual National Fatherhood Conference

This conference will take place on June 15, at 9 a.m. at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Hosted by Daddy University Inc., this free conference consists of workshops and fora or discussions for learning and educating male mentors and fathers. This event will be perfect for first-time fathers who still stand to learn a lot from experts and from other fathers coming from different states, races nationalities, cultures, religions and backgrounds. The conference will focus on Parenting, Financial/Asset Building, Health & Wellness, Legal Rights, Education and Healthy Relationships.

Call 610-579-DADS for inquiries.

Daddy Daughter Dance 5

There is nothing more touching and more profound than a sight of a father and daughter dancing together. But this moment should not have to be at a daughter’s wedding. There is no point for you to wait to get married when you can dance with your dad this Father’s Day! Head over to the Pennsylvania Convention Center Annex, Hall G, on June 15, at 6 p.m. and enjoy an elegant evening of dining, dancing, great music, gifts and prizes.

Indeed, a wonderful and unforgettable evening like this would make the perfect Father’s Day gift for your dad or the man of your life.

Stay tuned for more ideas from Bus Philadelphia. We have more in store for you to help you come up with a special treat for Dad.

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