5 ways to celebrate Mother’s Day (that aren’t your typical brunch)

Hopefully you’ve already made your Sunday Brunch reservation to celebrate mom (If not, here are some suggestions), but we all know you need more than brunch to show mom some love. Here are some events to check out for Mother’s Day weekend.


Bloom Market Festival 

May 13 & 14; 10 am – 4 pm

Spend the weekend wining and dining with live music, tastings, artists, makers and more during Renault Winery’s two-day festival in Egg Harbor.

Azalea Festival 

May 13; 10 am – 4 pm

Beauty is blooming in Hamilton just in time for the Azalea Festival, where visitors can explore the beautiful landscapes of the Sayen House & Gardens. You can also visit a number of crafters and food vendors and enjoy live music. Plus, a complimentary photographer will be available for family photos. 

Sip & Shop

May 13; 10 am – 2 pm  

Browse local craft vendors with a drink in your hand, or enjoy a quick brunch before hitting the shops during Tennessee Avenue Beer Hall’s sip and shop event. $5 brunch features breakfast sandwiches, mimosas and a DIY bloody-mary. 

Collingswood’s Second Saturday 

May 13; 5 to 9 pm 

Spend a night on the town at Collingswood’s monthly celebration of artists and dining along Haddon Avenue. Hear live music, shop for local goods and try the many popular restaurants along the town’s restaurant row. 

Mother’s Day Terrariums 

May 13, 10:30 – 11:30 am

Craft with mom – or make a Mother’s Day gift – this weekend during the Pemberton Library’s crafting event. From 10:30 to 11:30 am, you can make your own mini terrarium. Registration is required and it’s recommended to dress for a mess. 


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