Mother’s Day is next weekend, so the clock is ticking on solidifying those plans. If you need a helping hand, we’ve gathered some great ideas to make Mother’s Day special this year.
Brunch is the go-to Mother’s Day celebration, with good reason! Who doesn’t love a lBloody Mary and eggs Benedict on a Sunday afternoon? Here are a couple great Mother’s Day brunches to check out:
$72/plate gets you a delicious array of brunch foods curated by the Battle House Renaissance Hotel. Seating times are from 10:30AM-2PM. Call for reservations.
Treat mom to brunch at the Riverview Plaza Hotel, where $59/plate gets an amazing brunch featuring prime rib, oysters on the half-shell & so much more. Seating times start at 11AM.
This unique brunch experience is hosted at De Haven’s Farm where you get a great brunch complete with mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar for just $50/plate. Event runs from 10AM-2PM.
If your mom is in it for the experience, try taking her to one of these super fun Mother’s Day activities:
Celebrate Mom all weekend long with Moon Struck Pottery, which is offering pottery lessons on May 7-8 for just $35 a person. Throw some pottery on the wheel and make Mom a gift just like you used to! Reservations required, call for more details.
De Haven Farms is hosting a build-your-own bouquet class on Tuesday, May 3rd from 6-8PM. Bring some cocktails, pick your own flowers and arrange a beautiful bouquet for mom.
For Mommas with younger kids, try this adorable Mother’s Day painting activity on Saturday, May 7th from 10AM-1PM at Kiddiewinks – The Play Cafe.
Some other ideas
If your mom isn’t one for gifts or coordinated activities, she can still have an exciting day spending time with her kids. Check out these other ideas for Mother’s Day fun:
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