If chocolate, wine and cheese, brunch or tea isn’t Mom’s thing (or even if it is, you can do both), there’s this outdoor fitness event at Greenlake’s aqua theater.
Marysville Mimosas for Mom. And painting tulips! It may be a great Mother’s Day idea if these sound like things Mom’s into.
This is a free event hosted by Life Enrichment Options and Swedish Hospital to honor moms who have children with developmental disabilities.
Want to do something extra-special for your mom for mother’s day (hint, hint, kids). Maybe mom is more of a wine than a tea drinker. This two-day event allows mom to sample the wines of Bainbridge Island.
Farm-to-table Mother’s Day brunch in Snohomish.
Whodunnit? Murder mystery and dinner for Mom in Snohomish.
Take Mom for brunch at Manor House on Bainbridge Island with a menu designed by chef Joe Benish.
Mother’s Day at the Museum. Take Mom to a delicious brunch, then enjoy art at the Tacoma Art Museum this Mother’s Day.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with brunch at the Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle.
If Mom’s not the brunch or tea drinking type, maybe she’d like to go to a Rat City Roller Girls bout.
Mother’s Day brunch on Bainbridge Island featuring sustainable local produce and benefiting Tulaa Community Farm.
This looks to be a wonderful Mother’s Day brunch at Willows Lodge in Woodinville.
If Mom loves tea, here’s one of many options to treat her to high tea this Mother’s day. Friday Afternoon Tea also offers a 4 PM service on Mother’s Day
Learn to make salves on Mother’s Day at FinnRiver Farm & Cidery with Jeanne Kitchen of Hidden Hollow.
Wine and painting for Mother’s Day in Port Townsend.
Take Mom for live music at wonderful FinnRiver Farm & Cidery in Chimacum on Mother’s Day.
If Mom’s a tea aficionado, there are many options to treat her for Mother’s Day. One is the high tea offered at 2 and 4 PM by Friday Afternoon Tea in Seattle.
Go inside a chocolate factory and learn how to make chocolate from the cacao bean.