This week the Peak celebrates fathers.
The first Father's Day in North America was celebrated in 1909, two years after the inaugural Mother's Day. A red rose symbolizes a living father and a white rose signifies one's father is deceased. An early tradition was to wear a white lilac and a green leaf to mark the day.
Enter to win some cool, sweet treats for this Father's Day (Sunday, June 19) by sharing a favourite photo of you and your dad in the comments under the Peak's Father's Day Facebook post.
Winners will be chosen at random on Friday, June 17.
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