Time to pamper your mamas! That’s right, Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and you know the mothers in your life deserve a day to spoil themselves. In the Denver area alone, there are dozens of opportunities to give your mom the fun and relaxing day she craves.
The following are our favorite Mother’s Day events sure to please moms with all different types of interests.
Mother’s Day Brunch Bus http://centennialspecialtytours.com/
Your mom can kick back and enjoy brunch and cocktails as a luxury party bus chauffeurs her around town. She’ll start with coffee and doughnuts and finish with tacos, while picking up Moscow mules and mimosas along the way.
Mother’s Day Custom Perfume Experience http://www.scentedstudio.com/
Give your mom the opportunity to learn the art of perfume making. In this workshop, she’ll go through the journey of smelling 22 different blends and then have the chance to customize her own perfume. Lunch, wine, and mimosas are provided, making this a total sensory experience.
Mountain Mamma: Influential Women Walking Tour http://centennialspecialtytours.com/
If your mom is interested in history, this tour has her name written all over it. She’ll travel through the heart of Denver while listening to discussions on some of Denver’s most influential women, such as Mattie Silks, the unsinkable Molly Brown, and the local legend Dana Crawford. Afterwards, she’ll also have a chance to take part in a distillery tour and tasting.
Colorado Rockies Mother’s Day Family Photo http://m.mlb.com/rockies/tickets/theme-tickets/mom Is your mom a baseball fan? Then take her to Coors Field this Mother’s Day and commemorate the moment with a Colorado Rockies family photo. Packages include a ticket to watch the Rockies take on the Dodgers, exclusive, post-game field access for your Mother’s Day Family Photo, and full digital rights to your photo sent via email.
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