Mother’s Day is fast approaching. If you are a mom, you might want to leave the computer open to this page…for your significant other to read. If you are a significant other, read this list of 5 ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Toronto and get to work making plans for a day to remember.
5 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Toronto
Enjoy some tea and truffles: Spring has finally arrived and what better way to spend Mother’s Day then surrounded by beautiful flowers. The Toronto Botanical Garden is hosting an event designed for mom. Book your tickets in advance, for an afternoon of tea and chocolate truffle pairings. There will be a tea sommelier on site, who knew there was even such a thing existed!
Make a PomPom: Get crafty with mom for Mother’s Day. On May 11th The Knit Cafe will be hosting free, pompom making workshops all day long. Turn the pompoms into garlands, bookmarks, hair accessories, the possibilities are endless.
Acoustic Family Brunch: Is the mom in your life looking for something a little bit more rockin’? The Gladstone Hotel’s Acoustic Family Brunch may be the perfect fit. Enjoy brunch in the Melody Bar while listening to live bluegrass music. The Gladstone Hotel is also hosting a more traditional Mother’s Day brunch in the cafe. No matter which option you choose, there will be a free MOMosa waiting for mom to enjoy.
Toronto Wine Tour: Treat mom to a spectacular day with Wine Tours Toronto’s Mother’s Day Wine Tour. With door-to-door transportation, a delicious 3 course lunch and wine tastings (of course), mom can indulge without any worries.
Mother’s Day at the Toronto Zoo: Every year the Toronto Zoo celebrates Mother’s Day with a day filled with family focused activities. Kids can make a special gift for mom in the craft and activity zone, have a family picture taken at the ProShot Photo Station and decorate a picture frame. Don’t forget to check out the newly named baby lowland gorilla Nneka, and her mom Ngozi. Whether you bring mom along, or are looking for a place to take the kids to give mom the day off, the Toronto Zoo is a great option.