Friday, June 12, 2015
"The heart of a father is the masterpiece of nature."
--Antoine Francois Prevost
Did you know that the celebration for Father's Day was inaugurated in the early 20th century to complement Mother's Day? It was inspired by Anna Jarvis, who held a celebration to honor her dead mother, which later on became a crusade to establish Mother's Day. The first observance of Father's Day was held on July 1908 by Grace Golden Clayton who wanted to honor her father and all the other fathers who passed away during the Monongah Mining Disaster. It wasn't celebrated again until 1910 in Spokane, Washington--and from then on, there have been several attempts at raising awareness and establishing Father's Day at a national level.
Father's Day is now officially recognized in many countries. In the United States, it is celebrated every third Sunday of June--and June 21 is Father's Day 2015. What better way to celebrate than to bring your dad to see the world class Niagara Falls and treat him to a scrumptious meal!
Our award-winning restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Father's Day. If you haven't planned anything for your dad yet, why not spend a day at Niagara Falls? The whole family can walk and explore the state park, go see the famous Niagara Falls, and fill your stomach with good quality food after a long, fun day with dad.
Call to reserve a table at 716-282-1459. The restaurant is open from 7:30am to 9:30pm. If the whole family wants to spend the night to do more exploration the following day, we also have available rooms at our historical inn! Log on to www.redcoach.com to view all the available rooms and suites. Make Red Coach Inn part of your celebration!
From the whole Red Coach Inn staff, Happy Father's Day to the world's best dads!
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