Mother's Day

Celebrate Mother’s Day in Cary

Mother's Day

Cary, NC — Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 10, 2015. Have you made your plans yet?

Celebrate Mother’s Day in Cary

Are you planning to surprise your mom with Sunday brunch? Maybe you’ll serve her breakfast in bed. Whatever your plans are, take a look at these Mother’s Day weekend events–some are especially for Mom, while others just provide a chance to spend quality time together.

Visit a Winery

On Saturday and Sunday (May 9-10, 2015) visit Chatham Hill to enjoy a wine and chocolate flight from Viederi Chocolate, take a tour and enjoy samples. On Saturday, from 1-2 pm, meet the winemaker and learn more about the winemaking process.

Chatham Hill Winery, 8245 Chapel Hill Road, Cary
Call 919-380-7135 for more information

Paint Together

Enjoy a special Mother’s Day Sunday food truck rodeo and painting class at Cary’s Wine & Design. For $25 a person, participants will paint a 10 x 20″ canvas of a flower patch. There will be food trucks parked outside for the event, but feel free to bring your own beverages. Painting begins at 10 am; arrive by 9:45 am to order food.

Wine & Design, 483 James Jackson Avenue, Cary
Call 919-535-8695 to reserve a spot

Enjoy a Free Concert

On Mother’s Day, starting at 2 pm, PineCone and the N.C. Museum of History will present a free concert featuring The Buck Stops Here, a band that combines four-part harmony, funky bass, and American roots music styles. Seating is free, but arrive early to ensure your spots.

The N.C. Museum of History, 5 E. Edenton Street, Downtown Raleigh

VocalMotion, SAS Institute’s show choir, will also perform a free, Broadway-inspired concert outside at the Sertoma Amphitheatre in Bond Park on Sunday afternoon from 3-4 pm.

Sertoma Amphitheatre at Bond Park, 801 High House Road, Cary

Walk Around a Craft Festival

It’s just a coincidence that the Downtown Cary Food & Flea falls on Mother’s Day Sunday, but it’s also perfect timing! Food trucks, music and a charming display of local artists and vendors will fill Ashworth Village on Sunday from noon-4 pm, making the festival a great way to spend time outdoors with Mom.

Ashworth Village, corner of Academy and W. Chatham Streets in Downtown Cary

Have a Special Brunch

Academy Street Bistro
200 S. Academy Street, Downtown Cary
Call 919-377-0509 for reservations

Enjoy an indulgent brunch at Academy Street Bistro in Downtown Cary. Breakfast favorites and specialty creations like smoked salmon Benedict, Belgium waffles, morning BLT and special drinks will all be served. A lunch menu continues into the afternoon.

Belle at the Jones House
324 S. Academy Street, Downtown Cary
Call 919-378-9724 for reservations

This charming, restored historical house-turned-restaurant in Downtown Cary is the perfect atmosphere for Mother’s Day brunch. Menu items are a great price and are all made from scratch with locally sourced ingredients selected by the owner herself.

The Matthews House
317 W. Chatham Street, Downtown Cary
Call 919-467-1944 for reservations

With outdoor seating and gardens in bloom, The Matthews House is a great Mother’s Day destination. A $30 per person brunch buffet includes spring salad, oven-baked cinnamon french toast, Quiche Lorraine, baked salmon with dill cream sauce, fried green beans with lemon and garlic, cream puffs and more. Coffee, tea and orange juice are included; mimosas are $5.

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Story from staff reports. Photo by drpavloff.

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