It’s certainly easy to just cook a nice dinner and call it a night, especially with the frozen weather we’ve been experiencing as of late. But if you’re looking to get out of the house and change it up, here are some particularly fun options worth looking into this Valentine’s Day.
Get active in the snow. Whether it’s skiing, snowboarding or ice skating, why not make it a part of your Valentine’s Day plans? Choose an option you both prefer—or have always wanted to try—and switch up the traditional dinner and movie routine.
Create a treasure hunt for your partner. If you want to get really creative, this might be something worth considering. It’s a game that you can make very personal, with each clue leading to somewhere meaningful to your relationship. You can also include your partner’s favourite treats or small gifts you know they’ll appreciate along the way. It’s entertaining and romantic, so basically, a win-win.
Attend a themed activity night. If you’re in a big Canadian city, there are plenty of fun themed nights happening at locations all over. Options include trivia, board game cafes, dress up parties and old movie screenings where themed cocktails are served and saying the famous lines out loud is encouraged. Do a quick search online and you will find an abundance of options you might have otherwise never come across.
Make something together. Take a class—it could be sushi making, jewelry making, furniture building, writing, or anything else you both might enjoy.