Father’s Day is June 16th!

Father 

1. Father, guardian, protecter, friend. 2. Teacher, mentor, coach, taskmaster, listener. 3. Sports fanatic, mower man, king of corny jokes and random facts, taxi, bank, part-time fun guy, part-time fun police. 4. Tough on the outside, soft in the middle. 5. Best dad anyone could ask for!

 From those new sneakers he has his eye on or something to satisfy his sweet tooth.

Visit Ligonier and get your Dad the just right gift this year.

 

It’s golf season and dads are hitting the course in droves.

Make sure yours stands out with a new polo from Ligonier outfitters

Maybe your dad is more of a fisherman? Check out their amazing selection of fishing equipment in the back!

 

 

Father’s Day breakfast in bed is best served with TOFFEE!!!

Stop by Scamps toffee and pick up a box of their milk, white, or dark.

Or maybe all three!

 

Is man’s best friend actually your dad’s favorite child?

Stop into Paws on Main to pick up his hiking buddy a

new backpack, travel water bowl, or fishing chew toy.

 

Encourage Dad’s sweet tooth…and maybe don’t tell mom?

Sneak into The Ligonier Sweet Shop to pick up a box of their assorted favorites!

Gift wrap available 

 

 

Make a quick trip to The Finishing Touch to spruce up the old man cave with some great new pillows. Not only are they great decorations but they’re also comfortable for when dad needs to “rest his eyes.”

While you are there also pick up their craft Bloody Mary Mix, the perfect gift everyone can enjoy!

 

 

He’s on the go? Loves the Laurel Highlands?? Always Spilling coffee on himself???

Look no further than Abigail’s Coffeehouse’s new to-go mugs from the Laurel Highlands Visitors Borough. It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold! Pair it with a bag of Dancing Goats coffee, a delicious blend with hints of hazelnut and chocolate. This gift is sure to make the morning brew-tiful!

 

 

Psssstttttt, do you want us to tell him his shoes are boring?

Put some Whiskers from G Squared in those shoe holes and spice things up!

Tasteful and fun, this simple gift is great for dad’s perfectly boring dress shoes.

 

 

Record players, sports memorabilia, and a jelly bean machine!

Brighten up your dad’s office with a vintage candy dispenser

from the Paper House. Almost everything is 50% off.

 

 

Do you have a Dial dad? Treat him to some quality soap from Annalynn‘s with smells like Black Amber, Sandalwood Bamboo, and Bourbon Vanilla,

Your mom will thank you and so will he!

 

 

Do yinz dads love that Pittsburghese?

How about have a big burly beard? Does he like to read?

Second Chapter has you covered for dad’s here or there or anywhere!

 

 

Has father been wearing the same scent for a century?

Visit Celtic Culture to pick up something from across the pond. St James Cologne has invigorating scents like Cedarwood & Clarysage, Mandarin & Patchouli, and Black Peper and Lime!

 

 

He doesn’t need much more than a porch swing and his drink of choice.

Well brighten up his favorite spot with a trip to the Holiday Home Store.

Wind chimes are on sale and the balloon spinners make a great addition to any porch.

 

 

 

Is Dad wearing the same sneakers from two years ago? Does he also wear them to cut the grass?

Take a trip to Martin’s Specialty Shop. They have the latest styles from Columbia and Born.

He will recognize the quality and you will love the style.

 

Does your dad think he’s Gordan Ramsay?

Stroll over to Mill Creek Furniture and get his set of specialty chef knives.

Rada Knives have been in business since 1948 and are made in the USA with a lifetime guarantee.

 

Does your dad love Ligonier? Well then look no farther than the Post and Rail Men’s Shop.

These bandstand socks are a great choice. Maybe pair the pair with a bandstand polo!

Or if golfing is more his thing, ask about the NEW Arnold Palmer collection.

 

 

Is craft beer his style? Check out these six back carriers and coolers from John Clark’s.

Made from recycled canvas, each piece is one of a kind, just like your dad.

Happy Father’s Day From The Ligonier Valley Chamber Of Commerce

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