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While Father’s Day this year may look a little different that we’re used to, there are still plenty of opportunities to bond with dad over great meals and fun activities for the whole family – both indoor and out! Here are some of our favorite picks from local businesses nearby our Signature Homes communities.

Locally Made Gifts

Cheer dad up with a thoughtful present! An aspiring mixologist will appreciate a cocktail kit from The Epicurean Trader, a specialty food and beverage store in San Francisco that ships nationwide, no need to step foot in the store.

If dad’s got style, Covet, a Sacramento-based leather works boutique, makes quality razor covers, luggage tags and other goods, including custom requests.


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I can’t be the only one afraid I’m going to cut myself when I pack my razor

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If you’ve got a DIY enthusiast, Stencil Shop has a wide selection of stencils dad can use – including custom beer coasters and all kinds of other unique home items.


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WE LOVE SAC so ya know I had to recreate this Tower Bridge shot in stencil form. To be honest I thought that this photo was going to be much easier and would involve less standing in the middle of the street, but you gotta do what you gotta do :clap: Two of our local team members are from Sacramento originally, and our two newest Sactown transplants are still trying to figure out if they like it or not, ha! Regardless, we are all learning to work where we’re at, with the tools, resources, and time we have, while planning for our future growth and success. I personally am super grateful that Sac is where Stencil Stop ended up. The city’s vibe matches reflects how I view our company: scrappy, resourceful, and underestimated :muscle: . . . #stencilstop #stencil #stencilart #art #artsandcrafts #diy #hobbyist #instagraffiti #stencilartist #sprayart #stencils #stenciling #stencilling #stencilartwork #painting #crafts #doityourself #handmade #lifehacks #hobby #diycrafts #diyideas #downtownsac #bridge #california #towerbridge #sacramento #sac #sactown

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Treat Him to Golf

Spend some quali-tee time with Dad at a driving range. Foxtail Golf Club is a great option in Rohnert Park, while Roseville residents will love the stunning and walkable Sierra View Country Club.

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Virtual History Tour

If you have a history buff dad, delve together into the rich history of the Golden State’s capital city with Sacramento History Museum’s virtual tour. The tour lets you explore what life was like in 19th century Sacramento with gripping true stories that follow in the footsteps of murderers, ne’er-do-wells and common citizens alike.


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May 29, 1880 On this day in 1880, the Sacramento Daily-Record Union published a full page history of the Huntington, Hopkins, & Company. Originally located at 54 K Street, and later re-numbered to 220-222 K Street in 1880, Collis P. Huntington and Mark Hopkins opened their hardware store in 1855. In 1861, the firm expanded and purchased the building next door. The second floor of these buildings served as the first offices of the Central Pacific Railroad Company from 1862 to 1873. In 1878, the hardware store was remodeled. The Huntington, Hopkins, & Company building was demolished in 1966 as a result of the construction of the Interstate 5 Freeway. It was reconstructed in 1970 on I Street between Front and Second Street. The building today is modeled after its 1861-1877 exterior appearance of the hardware store and is part of Old Sacramento State Historic Park. • • • • #thisdayinhistory #onthisday #thenandnow #oldsac #oldsacramento #oldsacramentowaterfront #sacramento #sacmuseums #downtownsac #castateparks #museumathome #sachistorymuseum

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Scenic Bike Ride

If dad’s been craving an outdoor adventure, book him a fun ride on the Sacramento Railbikes near Natomas – the newest attraction brought by the local favorite Sacramento RiverTrain. These pedal-powered vehicles take riders on a roughly 1.5-hour trip on a private, isolated railway, through a beautiful stretch of Yolo County, with views you can’t get anywhere else!


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We’re gearing up to open our Railbikes to the public in early June! We’re excited to shake up our routines, get outdoors and get moving with these pedal-powered vehicles. ⁠ ⁠ The trip is about one-and-a-half hours and meanders along a beautiful stretch of Yolo County. 🌳🌾🌤🛤🚲 ⁠ ⁠ Visit the link in our bio to get all the deets from our team via our recent segment on @gooddaysac! ⁠ ⁠ Who’s going?! (Gift cards are available via the “Railbikes” link in our bio as well).⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #SacRiverTrain #EnjoyTheRide #Sacramento #SacramentoProud #Sacramento365 #AllAboard #VisitCalifornia #VisitSacramento #California #DiscoverAmerica #Train #RiverTrain #WestCoast #NorCal #Sactown #916 #CA #WestSacramento #WestSac

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Interactive Beer Tasting

Take dad on a virtual beer trip. NorCal’s famous Sierra Nevada brewery hosts virtual tours and beer tastings. There, he can learn about different beer styles and ingredients while tasting along at home. Featured beers can be ordered for delivery or picked up at the nearest store using this handy beer locator.


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Thanks to you, the hops don’t stop. Your support of craft brewers everywhere is amazing.🍻

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BBQ Picnic

What goes better with brews than barbeques? Celebrate dad with a summer-inspired picnic of smoky barbeque family-style takeout specials from Jaded Toad near Rohnert Park, Shorter’s Barbeque in Mountain House or Urban Roots (paired with their house-made beers) in the Sacramento area.


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For more Father’s Day gift ideas, visit our Signature Homes Father’s Day Pinterest board.

Share how you’re showing your appreciation to the dads in your life this year. Tag us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Yours Truly,

Signature Homes

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