Pandemic times have meant moms have had to work extra hard this past year. So make this year’s Mother’s Day celebration extra special! And don’t forget to make mom a lovely card to tell her how much you love and appreciate all that she does. We’ve rounded up all the fun that’s happening in mom’s honour! Here’s our list of the top Mother’s Day Events in Edmonton!
May 1 – 9, 2021 – Create a photo memory with mom! Visit Londonderry Mall’s featured flower wall for the perfect backdrop and be sure to stop by Guest Services for your exclusive gift bag.
May 7 – 9, 2021 – Shop local, handmade and unique items for that special Mom in your life. And be sure to pick up a gift pack from local vendors and Mill Woods Town Centre retailers.
Celebrate mom with local delicious eats and treats. From 4 course dinners to brunch meal kits to individually boxed high tea, there’s options for every palate and every budget.
Mother’s Day Tea and Bake – Sunday, May 9, 2021, 2 pm – Primrose Event Planning and Design along with Chef Amen Abraham from With Love YEG are hosting a virtual baking event. Registration even gets your ingredients delivered to your door! Registration ends at 5 pm on Thursday, May 6.
Miller Crossing Mother’s Day Market – Saturday, May 8, 2021, 12 pm – 5 pm – With over 40 vendors of local Edmonton-area handmade products, come on in and get some great Mother’s Day deals for your loved ones!
Make a Mother’s Day Clay Bouquet – Saturday, May 8, 2021, 10:30 am – 12 pm – Join the Art Gallery of St. Albert to make a clay flower bouquet with mom!
Mother’s Day at the U of A Botanic Garden – Sunday, May 9, 2021, 10 am – 5 pm – Spend the day enjoying the beautiful U of A Botanic Garden including live music! Pre-order a brunch box to enjoy a picnic, too!
The forecast isn’t looking too bad for Mother’s Day so get outside and enjoy some sunshine and family time. Some great options for outdoor enjoyment include Edmonton Valley Zoo, Jurassic Forest, and Happy Acres U-Pick. If you haven’t checked out the Arts District Animation downtown, take mom for a stroll to view all three locations. For more casual options, visit a playground, go on a family walk, explore parks and pathways, or book a tee time.