Proclaiming one day every February as "Family Day" is, to me, kind of goofy.
A day to celebrate Easter, ok - that's a specific event. Labour Day (whatever that is), ok another event. Canada Day - to honour our dominion - ok, sure. But a day to focus on your family?
And if you use your governmentally proclaimed "Family Day" to do anything other than being with your family, you're really screwed up.
So, Family Day for me was spent with my wife, and daughter and son-in-law and grandson and poodle and cockapoo - at our house, hanging out for a couple of meals, walking to the park and enjoying a beautiful winter day. A bit uneventful, but family-based.
A good day!