Mother’s Day is this Sunday – are you panicked yet? We hope you’re spoiling the hell out of your mom this weekend. Forget to get her a gift? Oops! Don’t worry, we got you covered with our top five last minute Mother’s Day gift ideas.
1. Give her the gift of choice
Chocoholic? Tea addict? Cheese connoisseur? Amazing Clubs Canada has 22 clubs to choose from. Each month Amazing Clubs ships out your box of choice featuring gourmet selections you can’t find anywhere else. Nothing says I love you like a gift you can eat.
Not only will you and your mom enjoy a delicious brunch at the Artscape Wychwood Barns (601 Christie Street, barn 2), but you’ll also be supporting the arts. Join b current for their special Mother’s Day Brunch Gala as they honour trailblazers of diverse theatre in Canada. Sit back, relax and enjoy live performances from b current’s alumni, spend some time with artistic directors Jajube Mandiela and Ngozi Paul and place your bids on an enticing silent auction.
3. Not a lady who brunches? Take her out for dinner
Make your mom feel like the VIP she is. Take her to The Beverley Hotel (335 Queen St W) and enjoy their special Mother’s Day prix fixe dinner. This place is Toronto’s hidden gem. Make your mom feel like one of the cool kids by introducing her to their drool worthy food. At $50 a person, chef Eric Wood’s Mother’s Day dinner will make your wallet feel as happy as your tastebuds.
4. Marathon mama?
Have a mom who’s constantly on the go? She’ll love the seamless, stylish, high-tech comfort Knix Wear provides. With its patented Fresh Fix technology ™ promising leak-free and moisture wicking properties, her yoga pants will never be the same again. Pick up a pair in time Mother’s Day at The Bay in select locations. Added bonus? Knix Wear is a Canadian company.
5. Enjoy a World Premiere
Enjoy an explosive story told entirely through dance and music at the Panasonic Theatre (651 Yonge St) for the World Premiere of Arrabal. Tickets are $25/$49*(Regularly up to $84) Arrabal is based on the true story of the political violence that threatened to destroy Argentina in the 1970’s. With a live band and performs direct from Bueons Aires, it’ll be a Mother’s Day she won’t soon forget.