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 6 ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Toronto and get to work making plans for a day to remember. All activities take place on May 13th.
6 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Toronto
Toronto Botanical Gardens Plant Sale
Spring has finally arrived and what better way to spend Mother’s Day then surrounded by beautiful flowers. The Toronto Botanical Garden is having its annual plant sale. Choose from top-quality perennials, annuals, natives, herbs and vegetables, succulents, shrubs, vines, and small trees. Get friendly gardening advice from the Toronto Master Gardeners. Pick up some greenery and spend the day in the garden.
Paint a Cherry Tree
Join Kava Arts for Mother’s Day Paint Night at a beautiful Art Gallery downtown across from the AGO. Paint a cherry blossom tree and spend quality time with your Mom. Ticket price includes one glass of wine each.
Did someone say boozy Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet? If that appeals, head to the Melody Bar at the Gladstone hotel for an expansive buffet and live jazz. Brunch includes crepe station, smoked salmon roasties, cinnamon laced apple french toast, mini tofu vegan tacos, Gladstone scrambled eggs, Bespoke bacon and a mimosa station and featured Mother’s Day cocktails.
Mother’s Day Stretch & Sip
Looking for something fun to do with Mom this Mother’s Day? How about Sip & Stretch yoga. A 60 minute all level vinyasa class presented by Lara Alice Yoga, cocktails and snacks courtesy of our Northern Temple spirit and Earth + City. Buy a ticket and mom gets in free!
Mother’s Day Gathering
Sit together with other moms outdoors on a private property on the Scarborough Bluffs overlooking the Lake, sharing in a guided gentle yoga, meditation, relaxation, and enjoy special tea and warm cacao and other sweet surprises!
Mother’s Day at the Toronto Zoo
This Mother’s Day meet some of the wild moms including polar bear Aurora, western lowland gorilla Ngozi, Sumatran orangutan, Puppe and more. Also don’t forget to visit the greater one-horned rhino baby and mom, Ashakiran. Learn why wild moms make such great mothers and how you can help preserve their species in the wild. 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.