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Patch Picks: Mother's Day

From day spa getaways to breakfast in bed to the standard flowers, Patch has you covered for ideas to celebrate Mother's Day.

Motherhood is a demanding job, consuming 168 hours a week for 18 years, with only one vacation day per year. Whether the mom in your life is your own mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, take some time out on Sunday to honor all she does for you.


Think out of the box and dump the flowers and chocolates in favor of waking Mom up with breakfast in bed—but first stop by Great Harvest Bread Company. They have low-carbohydrate and fat-free loaves and plenty of other fresh-baked goods. Their Mother’s Day specials include white chocolate cherry swirl bread, chocolate brownie hearts, and chocolate bliss cookies!


Support local athletics and pretty up your space! On Saturday, May 7, East Ridge High School hockey teams will be selling flowers at the Holiday Gas Station on the corner of Radio Drive and Tamarack Road from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.   

The Machine Shed Mother’s Day Brunch

Don't let the name fool you, The Machine Shed has you covered for Mother’s Day. From 7-9 a.m., enjoy a breakfast brunch with omelette station, biscuits and gravy, and more. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., breakfast truly turns into brunch with roasted turkey, ham, prime rib and sides.


Pump It Up is offering a Mother’s Day special with savings of more than $100 on the Classic 15 party package, including a cake, snack, drink, ice cream, goodie bags, and balloons! And best of all… it’s a two-hour party for maximum 15 kids. Dads, wrangle up the neighborhood youngsters, and let the moms enjoy some quietude.

Give mom a little R&R with a gift certificate for a European facial and one full-hour body massage—and save yourself some cash with this 20 percent off deal. With several locations in the metro area, there’s bound to be one within easy distance of your mother—and maybe you’ll have to get one for yourself as a pat on the back, too.

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