Sunday, May 8th marks Mother’s Day, the time of year when we celebrate the wonderful women in our lives.
If you are looking for some ideas on how to celebrate this Mother’s Day, we have rounded up a great list below!
Treat her to Brunch
For the Art lover
If Mom is an Art lover visit the Art Gallery of Sudbury. You can explore two new exhibits: STARRY STAIRS: Alma
Rumball’s Atlantis and ASSEMBLE: Five years of contemporary Canadian drawing. Followed by a stroll on the
boardwalk along Ramsey Lake.
Take part in the Sudbury Rocks! Race, Run, or Walk for Diabetes. Come out and run or walk together to help support
the Canadian Diabetes Association on Sunday, May 8th.
Test your rock climbing skills
Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a first time climber, ARC Climbing provides something for everybody. After
an adrenaline surge from climbing, relax and unwind at an ARC Yoga class.
Go for a Hike
With almost 200 km of trails winding their way throughout the city, there are endless opportunities to experience
our great outdoors.
Spend Mother’s Day at Glama Gals
Be a memory maker this Mother’s Day and take part in the annual Glama Mamma Spa Day. A Glama Gal tradition they
hold dear to their hearts year after year. Moms, grandmas, aunts, friends and cousins are all welcome to take part in
this special event.
Practically Perfect in Every Way
Take in Theatre Cambrian’s production of Mary Poppins. Everyone’s favourite practically perfect nanny takes the stage
in a musical adventure. One of the most popular Disney movies of all time will hit the stage May 5 to 21.
A Night of Theatre
The world premier of a new musical “For Life" at the Sudbury Theatre Centre. Lizzie and Paige have been BFFs since
they were little. One is the self-obsessed but likeable bridezilla while the other is the introvert struggling to break out
of her shell. A funny and poignant new musical from Canadian powerhouse Norm Foster and Michael Doherty.
Dinner & a Movie
Treat her to a delicious meal at your local favourite restaurant and but leave some room for popcorn, after dinner
head to SilverCity Cinemas and sit back, relax and enjoy a a movie!
Shop ‘till you Drop
From the New Sudbury Centre and the big box stores, to one-of-a-kind boutiques, Sudbury is Northeastern Ontario’s
most popular shopping destination.