As Mother's Day approaches and flowers fill the aisles, families are trying to find activities to shower their mother with love. North Fulton businesses will be hosting a variety of events perfect for every type of mom this Mother's Day. 

Adopt-a-Senior:

  • Sunday, May 12
  • 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • 1109 Green Street, Roswell

No one should be alone on Mother's Day, yet some mother's are often forgotten. Roswell Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is hosting a Mother's Day celebration for its residents and is inviting volunteers to come spend time with residents. Volunteers are invited to arrive at 11 a.m. to create gift bags for residents before the party. During a party, the center will be serving the residents a meal sponsored by Saigon Café, Starbucks and the Cheesecake Factory, as well as passing out the gift bags. Volunteers are limited to 30 adults, but as many children can attend was parents want. The minimum age to volunteer is 7, unless a baby. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and  volunteers under 18 must have volunteer registration completed by their parents in advance. Tickets are considered tax-deducible donations. 

Those interested can register at www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-roswell-adopt-a-senior-for-mothers-day-tickets-60291922764.   

Mamaste: Yoga and Hot stones at Korsi Yoga! 

  • Saturday, May 11
  • 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • 555 South Atlanta Street, Roswell

Korsi Yoga is hosting a two-hour restorative yoga, with hot stone massages and energy healing through reiki, or healing through touch. Instructors Ahoo Sarab and Rose Mary White will lead the class as they help instill relaxation and stillness in stressed mamas. After the two-hour session, mamas will receive a lavender eye pillow and a sweet treat. Tickets cost $40 each and the class is limited to 20 people. 

Those interested can register at clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/main_enroll.asp

Mother's Day Brunch and Bubbles:

  • Sunday, May 12
  • 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • 1055 Canton St, Roswell

For the brunch loving mamas, Deep Roots Wine Market & Tasting Room is hosting brunch and a bottomless mimosa bar. Chef Chip of the Portable Chef will be making omelettes and pancakes to pair with the bubbling drinks. A variety of fruits and juices will be available to choose from to concoct your drink of choice. Tickets are $50 and include brunch and bottomless mimosas. 

For tickets, please visit www.deeprootswine.com/events-calendar.html

Mommy & Me: Let's Bake!

  • Sunday and Sunday, May 11-12
  • 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
  • 1082 North Point Circle, Alpharetta

For a sweet Mother's Day, bring gather the children and attend a baking class at Sur la Table at North Point Mall. Families will make marble-glazed chocolate brownies, baked meringue cookies with strawberries and buttery scones drizzled in a lemon glaze. Classes last around two hours and sit 16 people. Tickets are $49 per person and provide a hands-on experience led by professional chefs. 

For tickets, please visit www.awesomealpharetta.com/event/mommy-me-lets-bake/2019-05-12/

GOGA: Mother and Child Yoga with Goats!

  • Saturday, May 4
  • 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • 325 Five Acre Road, Milton

For health nuts and animal lovers, Atlantis Dream Farm in Milton hosts GOGA, or yoga with goats. The mother-daughter class lets pairs de-stress as goats meander about the yoga session, even climbing on attendees. Tickets are $35 each for the hour-and-a-half yoga sessions. Attendees must sign a waiver before they can take any GOGA class. 

For tickets, visit www.lovegoga.com/book-online/mother-and-child-goga-class/book

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