Parents’ Day is the 4th Sunday in July and was created to celebrate parents and their everyday lives of raising tomorrow’s leaders. Being a parent is not just clothing and feeding children, but teaching them values and being a part of your child’s life. Since this holiday celebrates the involvement of parents in their children’s lives, set up a nice dinner for you, your spouse, your parents, and your children. If your children are old enough let them help you in the kitchen or even turn the kitchen over to them.



  • Milk
  • Soda
  • Lemonade

Hostess Tips:  

To ensure that you are spending quality time with your children, keep the TV off so that you can focus on family conversation. You can also pull out some old photo books and go through them with your children reflecting on how much they have grown.