(for Ages 16-18)
Go bird watching at an aviary or woods nearby.
Host a Dutch Oven Breakfast. Have a cookout on the beach or in the canyon. Get a recipe book from the library or sporting goods store.
Design and construct an outfit from newspaper, construction paper, crepe paper, duct tape, and string. Then have a runway show to model outfits.
Build stilts and go for a walk in the neighborhood.
Form a group of inner tubes of all different sizes, from tractor to car . Float down a nearby river.
Go to a river or small village and paint the scenery. Then give it away to an elderly shut-in in your neighborhood..
Have an ice cream sculpting contest. Each couple gets a block of ice cream, spoons, knives, and toppings. This is a messy activity, but lots of fun.
Rent a bicycle built for two and tour the city. Rental bikes are available at bike stores or at a university's games center for a small fee.
Go on a picture scavenger hunt with disposable cameras. Make a list on things they have to find and take a picture, then go get it developed at a one-hour service.
Attend a sunrise flag ceremony, enjoy breakfast, and then see a 4th of July parade. Come home to a water football brawl in your own back yard.
Cheer on a mutual friend. If the two of you have a mutual friend who is playing in a game or a concert at school, attend the performance together to cheer your friend on.
Go to the mall and give each couple $5 and see who can buy the best item for it.
Do genealogy together. Almost every community has a Mormon genealogy library within a reasonable distance. Volunteers will help you get started and are extremely helpful. Or join a local genealogy club.
Make movies or take pictures together (tie yourself to a railroad track, pose with statues, race wheelchairs in the hospital, etc.).
Take your date (or spouse) to play Blind-Fold Miniature Golf. You only need to purchase one round of miniature golf for two people to play. The first person puts on the blind-fold and takes the club in hand while the seeing partner prepares them to hit the ball. After hitting the ball, the seeing partner carefully leads his/her partner by the hand to the ball for the next attempt. After finishing the hole, the two players switch for the next
hole. Itís more fun than the traditional way to play and is half the cost.
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