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NATIONAL FATHER DAUGHTER TAKE A WALK DAY – July 7

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National Father Daughter Take a Walk Day – July 7

NATIONAL FATHER DAUGHTER TAKE A WALK DAY

National Father Daughter Take a Walk Day is observed annually on July 7th..  This day was created to promote the benefits of family bonding time between fathers and daughters as well as the benefits of physical activity.

The memories that are made during your time together will stay with you forever.  During the summer season there are many wonderful places to walk and enjoy nature as you spend time talking, laughing and bonding.  Time spent together is more valuable than any other gift you can give a child, no matter how old your child is.

Setting the example of a healthy lifestyle to your children is also a valuable gift.  Walking has many health benefits and can be incorporated into your child’s life at a young age.  Walking is also a great daily activity for the whole family to do together.

CELEBRATE

Take your father/daughter for a walk. If that is not possible, think of him/her while you walk. Post on social media using #FatherDaughterTakeAWalkDay to encourage others to join in paying it forward.

HISTORY

We were unable to  locate the creator of National Father Daughter Take A Walk Day, an “unofficial” National holiday.

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