PROBLEM: Your family wants to spend more time together, but no one can agree on the kinds of activities to do.
SOLUTION: If my family really wanted to do some stuff together, we would all have to have input on what they wanted to do. For example, I want to play Sorry, but John and Tim want to play battleship; I would propose a game tournament. The winner of battle ship could then play me in Sorry, and so on. The key is to get everyone involved and hear out what they want.