20+ Ways to Pamper Mom This Weekend

Find Mother’s Day shopping and dining opportunities all over Little Rhody

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Mother's Day is just around the corner, and with the weather warming up and outdoor markets abound, this weekend is all about pampering. Whether you’re celebrating, remembering, or a little bit of both, little Rhody has its fair share of ways to show appreciation for the mothers and mother figures in your life, from Sunday brunch and gardening gifts to getting out on the town for shopping and fun. Here’s just a handful of creative must-do’s. 

 

Shopping

New West End neighbor Bloom Collective is an artsy shopping destination that will also be serving up craft bevvies at their garden cocktail bar this weekend. Providence

Open Air Saturdays return to Westminster Street this weekend just in time for last-minute gifts or to celebrate by strolling downcity shops, the Trinity Beer Garden, and Dean Marketplace. Providence 

Get in some pre-Mother’s Day antiquing on Saturday at the Rocket to Mars Yard Sale, featuring records, houseware, clothes, and more, with ice cream scoops slinging from Big Feeling. Providence

High Street will be closed off for Westerly’s Sunday Funday, so you can bring Mom to enjoy lunch, cocktails, art exhibits, and plenty of shopping, all to the backdrop of live music.

Find vendors for the whole family at the Tiverton Mother’s Day Specialty Market on Saturday, with live music, face painting, seafood and snacks, and unique artisan wares.

Looking for gifts to show your appreciation? Yes! Gallery is stocked with “Best Mom” soy candles, peas in a pod pearl necklaces, and one-of-a-kind pieces for every style. Wickford

 

Brunch & Baked Goodies

Askew is serving up French Toast Crunch Croissant Sliders, quiche, and other delicacies from Sarcastic Sweets for Sunday brunch by reservation. Providence

Pre-order Gourmet Treat Boxes with chocolate-dipped strawberries, fruit tarts, and other sweet treats or speciality cakes from Cakes by Eboni for delivery or pickup. East Providence

Fudge lovers will want to pay a visit to Confreda Farms, which introduced unique sangria fudge flavors with Mother’s Day in mind, plus local produce and groceries for a special meal. Hope

Find That Cake Witch popping up at ISCO with mini cakes to complement cocktails on the patio, plus gift baskets and bouquets from Flowers by Semia for preorder. Providence

For bottomless mimosas and Mom’s choice of oysters, a Garden Frittata, and plenty of egg specials and more, Res American Bistro has a prix fixe brunch menu planned for the occasion. Providence

Chocolate-covered strawberries, macarons, DIY cookie kits, breakfast and brunch boxes, and more from Wright’s Dairy Farm will make the day extra sweet. North Smithfield

 

Garden Fun

Along with floral arrangement orders for the big day, The Greenery is stocked with potted plants and eco-friendly gifts. Warren

Bring Mom to Jordan’s Jungle on Saturday and Sunday for 20 percent off your gardening goods and greenery and to peruse their new pottery room. Pawtucket

Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails teams up with Bottego Bocconi to offer Mother’s Day Picnic Kits with sparkling bevvies and Italian-style snack boards. Providence & Portsmouth

DIY kits from Sassy Succulents includes all the materials, plants, and instructions the special woman in your life will need to pot succulents at home, all for free local delivery.

Reserve tickets in advance to pick your own colorful blooms at Wicked Tulip’s new flower fields or order stems for curbside pickup. Exeter

 

Entertainment

Recently reopened, Courtland Club brings back jazz night with A Very Jazzy Mother’s Day, featuring dinner, drinks, and music from the Leland Baker Trio. Providence

Granite Theatre presents their online production of Motherhood Out Loud, so the whole family can gather around the living room to stream it this weekend.

For moms looking into spooky outings, Providence Ghost Tour hosts their Good Spirits Tour benefiting family nonprofit Help Her Home.

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