Five ways to celebrate mom from home

Five ways to celebrate mom from home

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and this year’s plans may require a bit more creativity than in previous years. Fret not! There are plenty of ways to show your mom just how much of a treasure she is while maintaining social distancing.

Here are some ideas you can try:

  1. Dallas Public Library’s Virtual Book Festival 
    Dallas Public Library is helping you share storytime with mom again. Whip up a delicious drink, cozy up on the couch and enjoy readings from several north Texas authors during the Dallas Virtual Book Festival.
  2. [email protected] Family Game Challenge
    Make a day of virtual family fun with Dallas Park & Recreation’s [email protected] Family Game Challenge. Compete as a family in these fun mini-games you can do with items in your house. Want to add some snacks to the mix? Check out the healthy snacks section of [email protected]!
  3. Bring the Zoo to You with the Dallas Zoo
    Is your mom an animal lover? Gift her with a slice of wildlife at home with Dallas Zoo’s #BringTheZooToYou web series. Learn some fun facts about your favorite animals and even get a virtual visit.
  4. Dallas Arboretum’s Virtual Activities
    Instead of buying mom a bouquet, why not bring her 66 acres of beautiful flowers? Dallas Arboretum is giving you the experience of walking among the beautiful flowers and greenery right at home. Play some relaxing music and let her take in the breathtaking scenery of the gardens right from the couch. It is the perfect escape for the mind.
  5. Virtual Workouts with Dallas Public Libraries
    There’s no better way to bond with family than breaking a sweat together. Dallas Public Library’s [email protected] collection of books and virtual workouts will help you burn off some calories to make room for a delicious Mother’s Day feast. After dinner, pop some lightly buttered popcorn and finish the evening with a comedy movie night! Check out a funny movie from the Overdrive Screening Room.

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