Sunday, May 10. A Kingston tradition since 1947, Aunt Lucy's offers delicious home cooking, always at fair pricing with attentive service. Sunday’s Mother’s Day buffer will feature homemade items that include all your traditional breakfast items, an"Egg and Omlette bar",carving station with a different roast or fowl each week. Call 613-542-2729 for reservations.
Sunday, May 10. Enjoy a buffet lunch while cruising through the 1000 Islands aboard the elegant glass-topped Island Star, with live music and entertainment from Billy Bridger. Includes a 3 cruise following the Heart of the Islands route, live entertainment and buffet lunch with dessert, coffee and tea. $59 per adult, kids 12 and under are free. Reservations required.
Sunday, May 10. A limited number of Mother’s Day lunch reservations remain at Aquaterra by Clark, one of Kingston's top rated restaurants by TripAdvisor. Please call for reservation: 613-549-6243
Sunday May 10. Join the Potential Programme and our Kingston Cooking Club for Mother's day Breakfast! Rosemary Whelpdale, from Camp Iawah in Westport, will show us how to make a simple breakfast with pancakes and other fun foods then we'll share with Mum for Mother's Day. This event is open to children/youth with ASD, their siblings, friends and caregivers only and registration is required.
Running until May 12. As part of The Grand’s tribute to Mother’s Day, members of the community will be invited up on stage to present the life of their mother, in any form, whether through song, story, letter, or even dance! Each night of run will feature three stories followed by celebrated Kingston-born actor Hume Baugh's tremendous solo performance The Girl in the Picture Tries to Hang up the Phone. If you are interested in submitting a piece to present in celebration of your mother or for further information, please contact Theatre Kingston producer Brett Christopher by email at email@example.com
Saturday, May 9, 2015. 10am – 2pm. Come out and support our annual spring tree sale just in time for Mother’s Day. All trees and shrubs are native stock grown at the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area nursery. The sale takes place at the Centennial Road (south entrance) parking lot.
#MothersDay is just around the corner, but we're starting the celebration today! Join us on our Facebook page for a special #momstownchat daily at 1:30pm EST where we will be talking about topics that are all about you – Mom! Not only that, but everyone who joins in on the #momstownrealconversation each day is eligible to win a prize AND we will be doing this daily this week from today until Thursday. It's like Christmas and Mother's Day all rolled into one & the fun starts today at 1:30pm EST!