5 Unique Places to Take Mom for Mother’s Day
Typically on Mother’s day, restaurants are overcrowded with friends and families honoring the special women in their lives. But if you’re looking for a unique way to spend time with mom while also bringing out her fun side, here are some ideas to consider:
Wine and Paint Classes
Wine and Design has art studios located in CA, NC, NY, SC and VA. Whether you’re looking to host your own private party, attend a wine and painting party or a “Paint It Forward” party, where the company donates 25% of their proceeds to a local organization, a painting party is a fun and exciting way to enjoy a day out with mom, while meeting new people.
W Mass Mothers Day Marathon
A race that does exactly what it says “ Run For Mom: on a day that is recognized by everybody. Come run… for your mom… because you are a mom… or want to be a mom…or know a mom… Love a mom… miss a mom! Run because you can. Visit RaceWMass to learn more.
Exploring history, art and culture is a great, relaxing way to spend Mother’s Day. And if you simply can’t get away with not having brunch, dinner or shopping around town, there are several museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, that have café’s ready to serve and trunk shows planned specifically for Mother’s Day.
If your mom jumps out of her seat at the sound of music, a dance class may be a perfect way to spend the day. Moore Dancing Studio in Los Angeles, California has a full free lineup of dance classes for *new students. It’s limited to one per Mom & Daughter duo. No prior experience necessary. And, for an extra something sweet, Pinkberry FROYO will be served to all dancers, starting at 10:00 am.
At least once in a lifetime, everyone should experience celebrity treatment. Using a fully trained beauty professionals, Glam Squad.com, provides affordable hair, makeup and nails services in New York City. From a busy professionals looking for an early morning blowout to a new mom looking for ‘mid-day me time’ GLAM SQUAD has customized services to meet a variety of needs.
What are your plans for Mother’s Day? Share them with me in the comments section below.