Set chores aside.
How many times does dad end up doing something he hates on Father’s Day? Maybe he despises taking the trash to the dump or loathes mowing the lawn. Those may be his tasks to do, but on Father’s Day, let someone else take over dad’s chores. If, for whatever reason, another family member cannot, then consider asking a neighbor for a favor or paying a small fee to have them take care of the grass that week so that dad can avoid his least favorite duty.
Setting chores aside, however, does not just apply to dad. If dad really wants to spend Father’s Day with his family, make sure that everyone is not going to be working all Sunday. Clean the house on Saturday instead this week, or avoid running non-essential errands on Sunday. More than one father has been given the day off, only to watch sadly as his family scrambles around like cats with their tails on fire instead of getting to enjoy each other’s company.