This month we're all about the boys! With Father's Day just around the corner we thought it was time to smash through the boundaries of the old faithfuls - socks and sweets anyone? - and come up with some great gift ideas for the men in your life.
We chatted to the men we know, we asked a LOT of questions and it turns out there's a few common themes running through the list.
Here's the Top Five Things Men Love to Do as compiled by Nicki, Rhona and Holly!
Don't stop with a dram - Give him the full experience!
The brilliant Southern Fried Festival is back this July! It takes place in Perth Concert Hall and other city centre venues from Friday 29th until Sunday 31st July!
The beautiful Lynedoch Golf Course at Murrayshall are offering Small City readers a great Fathers Day offer!
They do say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach and No.1 Bistro at The Parklands Hotel is a sure to be a guaranteed hit with Dads everywhere.
George Campbell and Sons offer the opportunity to tour their business and taste all their fantastic dishes!
Let Dad put his feet up with a decent cuppa! The Bean Shop's Monthly Coffee Club is the perfect gift for the coffee loving man in your life.
Treat Dad to a little relaxation with a voucher for The Althos Clinic's range of complimenatry therapies. Osteopathy, reflexology, massage and much more!
Kick start the health kick he keeps saying he needs with a Live Active Leisure 30 Day Membership.
Scone Palace is the perfect place to take your Dad this fathers day. Whether it is fishing,gardening or history you will find something to enjoy at Scone Palace.
Perth City and Wider Perthshire is packed full of events, activities and great things to do. Whether you enjoy shopping among our amazing Indie Retailers, dancing the day and night away at weekend long music events or witnessing the thunder of the hooves coming down the track at Perth Racecourse you'll find there's plenty to do and see.
Treat Dad to one of the amazing 2016 Summer Season Shows this Fathers Day with a gift voucher for Pitlochry Festival Theatre.