If you can’t do something fun in person with your pops on Father’s Day, Horsham-Brathwaite suggests taking a virtual class together instead. “There are so many options for virtual experiences these days that have literally put the world at our fingertips,” she explains. “Consider searching for international cooking, dance, or art classes and expose yourselves to another culture. Learning new information or skills supports our mood, memory, and creativity, and doing activities together can enhance family connection.”