Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 10th but this year it might look a little different for some. COVID-19 restrictions mean that in lieu of visiting grandma or taking mom out for dinner, many people will be looking for creative solutions. Try a video chat with grandma or drop her off a flower planter or takeout dinner from afar. Since there won’t be any restaurant reservations options, here are a few locally inspired ideas.


Give her a break from cooking and order takeout

Black Bear Pub

Will be featuring a dinner special of Lobster Fettuccine with Garlic Bread for $17.99. All menu listed bottles of wine are available for take-out at 15% off menu price.

Open Sunday 3pm-7pm

Brown’s Lynn Valley

A selection of menu favorites are online and available for takeout or delivery.

Open Sunday 12pm – 9pm

Tommy’s Café

Treat her to eggs benny or an omelette from the Brunch/ Lunch menu

Open Sunday 9:30am-1:30pm

Valley Sushi

Open for takeout

Create a gift basket or pick up some favorite food items

Nourish Market For all the best ingredients. Try making picnic lunch or charcuterie board with ingredients from local artisans.

Open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Spoil her with flowers

Mountain Market

Mountain Market will be stocked up on stunning bouquets.

Open 8am-9pm

Posy flower shop has lovely bouquets and delivery options available.

Open Sun 10-4

Maple Leaf Garden Centre has lots of beautiful hanging baskets and planters.

Open 9am–5pm
Store capacity will be limited for safety

Buy her a gift certificate

Zazou salon is hoping to re-open under new safety guidelines on May 20th

YYoga is offering online yoga classes

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