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Show Mom Some ❤️ This Mother's Day 

click to enlarge Perennial Pleasures
  • Perennial Pleasures
Need some ideas for celebrating mom this weekend that go beyond the usual crumb-strewn breakfast-in-bed? Find some of our top picks below.

Roll into Stowe Bowl for a combination bowling and brunch, featuring tropical coconut pancakes and Southern biscuits slathered with gravy.

For a fancier outing, sample classic cucumber sandwiches and sweet scones at the elegant English Cream Tea served in the flower gardens of East Hardwick’s Perennial Pleasures.

Lund's Mother's Day Ride
  • Lund's Mother's Day Ride
If your crew is fitness-oriented, lace up your running shoes for an array of options featuring biking, running and walking (while also raising funds for nonprofits.) Check out Georgia's J.M.M.Y. Run, the Essex Chips 5K, the Easy-As-Pie 5K and Family Fun Run in Norwich, Poultney's Katie's Center Mother's Day 5K or Lund's Mother's Day Ride and Walk for Children.

Is a nice leisurely stroll more your speed? Try this wildflower walk in Marshfield or this bird walk in Huntington.

Nava Tehila Ensemble
  • Nava Tehila Ensemble
For music lovers, Waterbury’s Zenbarn Studio welcomes the Nava Tehila Ensemble with a concert benefitting refugees, capped off with a bonfire.

On Saturday, a contra dance in Cabot encourages movers and shakers of all ages to cut a rug in a folksy atmosphere.

No matter what you choose to do, here’s to a lovely family weekend.

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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Alison Novak

Alison Novak

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Alison is the former managing editor at Kids VT, Seven Days' parenting publication and writes about education for Seven Days.

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