FATHER’S DAY: Special gifts for dad

There's a number of excellent local businesses in which to spoil your father

Prospect Equipment

Dad will love working in the yard with new tools from Prospect Equipment. This popular store carries name brand products, like Honda and Stihl, and services everything they sell. There are hundreds of gifts to choose from from warm cozy socks and clothing to safety gear and big and small power tools to get any job done outdoors.

www.prospectequipment.com

 

Mission Golf and Country Club

Take dad out for a round of golf at Mission’s most popular course. These nine holes are a challenge any time of the year. The pro shop at Mission Golf and Country Club is also brimming with gifts for any golfer. Come check out the selection of clothing, clubs and shoes. www.missiongolfclub.com

 

Dogwood Bakery

Dad is sure to love the yummy treats at Dogwood Bakery. It’s renowned for its wide selection of homemade baked goods every day. There are no preservatives used and breads are made from scratch. Bring dad a special cake, pastries, or pie to enjoy on his special day.

www.dogwoodbakery.ca

 

Rex Cox Men’s Wear

Find the perfect gift for dad at Rex Cox Men’s Wear where they carry casual and fine attire for any dad. There is also an impressive array of footwear from slippers to sneakers and dress shoes to choose from. Right now, there is a great selection of sandals, shirts and shorts for the summer.

www.rexcoxmenswear.com

 

Lanka Jewels

For a unique Father’s Day experience, bring dad to Lanka Jewels to find him a timeless gift that will last for years and years. Lanka Jewels carries casual, name brand and luxury watches, as well has rings, chains and bracelets. The goldsmith on site can also help create a one-of-a-kind memorable gift dad will sure to love.

www.lankajewels.ca

 

Fraser Valley Building Supplies

Find advice for any builder at Fraser Valley Building Supplies, Mission’s largest building supplies store. From lumber to paint to power tools and clothing, there is something for every dad here. Come experience top-notch customer service here where neighbours are helping neighbours.

www.buildingsupplies.ca

 

Mission Barber

Update dad’s look with a gift certificate to one of the oldest barber shops in the Fraser Valley. At Mission Barber, Lisa is known for her expertise in men’s haircuts and can offer men of any age a new, stylish look, or simply help him maintain his existing cut. Phone: 604-826-5777

 

Swing Optical

For the latest trends in eyewear, bring dad to Swing Optical to find a look just for dad.There is an excellent selection of designer frames and sunglasses to choose from, and gift certificates are also available.Swing Optical is a repeated award-winner in Mission for service and quality. www.swingoptical.com

 

Mission Downtown

Come to downtown Mission for a truly unique gift for dad. There is a wide range of goods and services to choose from in the heart of Mission. On Father’s Day, take dad for a stroll in historical downtown where you will find warm and friendly places to shop and dine. www.downtownmission.com

 

abc Country Restaurant

abc is famous for its buffet where diners can feast on plates of delicious comfort food. Come enjoy a Sunday brunch with dad and the rest of the family in a warm and laid-back setting where service is paramount. www.abccountry.ca

 

Rockwell’s Restaurant

Rockwell’s is putting together a special Father’s Day brunch. Sit back and enjoy a selection of good food and friendly service. Reservations are recommended. Phone: 604-820-9612.w

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