Breakfast in bed, homemade gifts with a lot of heart and just spending some quality time together are Mother's Day traditions. And here in Chicago, there is so much more to do on mom's special day.You might also like:
Spend some one on one time together being creative and learning about animal moms.
Enjoy brunch on the deck, followed by play in the playspace. Brunch includes pancakes, fruit, yogurt, pastries, drinks and dessert. There will also be a fun craft and photos.
Enjoy mini-manicures, chair massages, make up and more. Refreshments and light dinner will be provided.
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Hear flamenco and classical guitar performance by sibling group, Hermanos Salcedo. Flower gift and card craft follow performance.
Celebrate mothers, grandmothers, and the nurturers inside all of us through animated and live-action short films from Denmark, England, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, and the U.S.
Head to Fox Bowl for an evening of pizza and bowling. A prize will be awarded to the team with best average score and the most creatively dressed team.
Girls can make Mother's Day extra-special by decorating a pretty card and matching envelope, then adding a special message to Mom on the inside.
Come dressed up in beautiful dresses and accessories, play Victorian games, make a Victorian fan, learn the language of the fan and other Victorian customs.
Spend an evening around a flickering campfire while celebrating Mother's Day by learning about local animals that lay eggs, and discover the variety of eggs laid in the water, soil and high above the ground. Campfire snacks are provided. Registration is requested. Kids must be accompanied by a registered adult.
Learn about the Queen bee and all of her daughters, then dress in a bee suit to get a safe, up-close look inside the hives. Everyone will get a Heller Honey stick to enjoy. Children must be accompanied by a participating adult. All participants must wear closed shoes and tall socks to visit the hives. Register online.
Enjoy a guided stroll through the springtime woods, checking out wildflowers, bumblebees and birds. For families; trails are not suitable for strollers. Call to register.
Enjoy tea, treats, a craft, and participate in a fashion show. Register by phone.