Crafts and traditions are a popular part of the day in the capital, with families gathering to make traditional dishes such as beef stew and chicken tikka masala.
It is an opportunity to share their creativity and share their history.
But in a way, Crafts aren’t really the most exciting part of Father’s Day.
Instead, they are celebrating the new and unique ways in which they celebrate our country’s unique culture and history.
In a way that is all about the people who make it possible.
And they can be the ones who give us that opportunity to grow and evolve.
“You don’t see a lot of people throwing their craft around like this and it is very cool to be able to celebrate it,” said Terence Boulton.
You can see the joy in his eyes.
But this year he is throwing his craft axe throwing.
Boulton, an award-winning chef, has been throwing his axe for the last five years.
“It is not something I have done in the past because I am too busy, I have a family and it would have been a lot more stressful,” he said.
“I am just so happy that it is something that I can do with my family.
For me, it is about sharing with my children how much I enjoy making things.”
He is hoping the tradition will go beyond the traditional family gathering.
He has been making these traditional dishes for years and he hopes to make the most of it this year.
“You never know how long it will take to get the next batch of eggs,” he joked.
“There is so much potential for what can happen.
If we are able to do it this Father’s day, then we can be celebrating the great work of people who are doing something extraordinary.”