This list of 12 Date Night Ideas | A Year of Pre-Planned Dates will make date night so much easier. A monthly date night sounds easy enough…but do you actually make a monthly date night happen (yeah, me neither). So let’s do this! I’ve put together 12 pre-planned dates that fit pretty much every budget and interest group – now just print this pdf, cut out the cards, and use them every month to make date night happen…
12 Date Night Ideas | A Year of Pre-Planned Dates
So here’s the thing with my date night ideas…they are inclusive. So if you are a couple or single you can do it (as a single — you can do these date night activities with a friend…or gasp…even take you kid on a date!).
CLICK THIS BLUE LINK to print the PDF of 12 Months of Date Night Ideas via www.parentclub.ca labels.
A year of pre-planned date nights..
JANUARY Double date with friends. A double date can be a great way to get out of the house (meeting friends means you have to be accountable for actually going out and not cancelling because you just don’t feel like it).
FEBRUARY Coffee chat. Visit a local independent coffee house and grab a drink – just the two of you. OK grab dessert too!
MARCH Game night (board, video, card games). Many bars and restaurants have games (really). Or you can stay home and game.
APRIL Try a new activity. Rock climbing, trampoline, golf, dancing, ax throwing (yes, there is an ax throwing place in my city).
MAY Movie night. At home or in theatre.
JUNE Go see a live performance. Band, theatre, stand up comedy, second city, musical, show.
JULY Go for a walk on a beach. A free and fairly fantastic way to spend time together. If there isn’t a beach near you…walk a park…or valley.
AUGUST Walk your neighbourhood. Also, related shop local. It’s a good way to be together without having to go very far.
SEPTEMBER Sports. Play a sport, watch a sport, cheer on a sports team.
OCTOBER Make dinner together. Either at home or take a cooking class together.
NOVEMBER Visit something historical. Think: museums, art galleries, historical buildings.
DECEMBER Dinner just the two of you. At home or out on the town.
When I think date nights…I think breaking the routine. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Or be super lavish. The priority of date night is to spend time with someone special to you. And yes, this can be your couple partner, parent, child, friend, or neighbour. You deserve a date! Make it happen 🙂