Summer will be here before you know it, and along with it, a pretty important date for all the dads out there. You guessed it: We’re talking about Father’s Day. Although most sons and daughters don’t need a specific date to celebrate the most important man in their life, every dad in the country does get his special day on the calendar. With restrictions lifting in many states, you may be able to meet in person this year. But if you’re not able to dine together, you should still celebrate! Maybe you can surprise him with a porch drop-off of his favorite Father’s Day brunch recipes or even surprise him with a mail-order meat delivery so he can grill up his favorite meal.
It was never meant to be this way, but the annual holiday can surprisingly come with a considerable amount of stress when you’re supposed to find the perfect Father’s Day gift for the guy who insists he doesn’t need anything. (And let’s be honest, sometimes a Father’s Day card alone just doesn’t cut it.) You may now be wondering, “Well, when is Father’s Day in 2021?” Here, we’re telling you all you need to know about the holiday, including its history.
WHEN IS FATHER’S DAY 2021, EXACTLY?
Before you start worrying about what to get your father for his day, you can relax a little, because there’s still a little time to plan a Father’s Day brunch or even put your crafty side to work with a DIY gift idea for dad. This year, Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 20, 2021.
IS FATHER’S DAY ON THE SAME DATE EVERY YEAR?
Don’t feel bad if this date is news to you; the celebration changes days year-to-year. If you ever forget, just remember that Father’s Day always falls on the third Sunday in June, and then check the calendar accordingly.
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SOURCE: Country Living, Jennifer Aldrich