Mother’s Day is this Sunday May 12. Treat Mom to a fun activity! There's tons to do in Kentuckiana on Sunday - from art shows to fitness classes to brunch. Find something special to
Things To Do in Kentuckiana this Mother's Day
Mother’s Day is this Sunday May 12.
Treat Mom to a fun activity! There's tons to do in Kentuckiana on Sunday - from art shows to fitness classes to brunch. Find something special to share with your mom with this helpful list.
Things to do in Kentuckiana this Mother's Day:
Where: Uptown Art: 426 Bank Street #100
When: 2 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost: $35 per person
C’mon, what’s better than art and food? Bring mom to paint your choice of tulips or hearts and enjoy a light brunch. Cost includes canvas, paint materials, and brunch. Did we mention there’s $5 mimosas too?
Where: Cox’s Hot Chicken & Sports: 110 E Main St
When: 2 pm - 5 pm
Cost: Varies with menu
Treat the laid-back mom in your life to an afternoon of music, beer, and delicious food. Live music by Louisville singer/songwriter Corey Brumback.
Where: Cafe 157
When: 10:30 am
Cost: $15 per person + tax & tip
You and your mom can choose from one of 10 entrees for this brunch, which includes coffee or tea and fresh flowers and linens. Reservations are required. Call 502-548-9114 or message on Facebook to reserve.
Where: Bass Pro Shop: 951 E Lewis & Clark Pkwy
When: Noon - 4 pm
Commemorate the day with a free family photo! Two optional packages for $5 each.
Where: Kopp’s Lakes: 521 Kopp Rd.
When: 6 am - 10 pm
Cost: Free for moms with your paid admission (Click here for pricing info)
Relax with a day of fishing at Kopp’s Lakes! Moms get in free with your paid admission and can be entered to win prizes like t-shirts, rods, free passes, and more.
Where: 502 Power Yoga: 200 Missouri Ave.
When: 4 pm - 5:15 pm
Stretch with mom for a good cause! This 75-minute Power Vinyasa yoga class benefits the local Make-A-Wish foundation.
Where: Kingfish Jeffersonville: 601 W Riverside Dr
When: 4 pm - 8 pm
Cost: Varies with menu
Treat mom to live music and delicious eats. Murdoch and The Chill are performing.
Where: Mellwood Art & Entertainment Center (MAEC): 1860 Mellwood Ave
When: 11 am - 5 pm
Cost: Free parking & admission
There’s lots to do with mom at this art show! Browse and/or purchase art from over 40 local artists, eat, and drink. You can even make your own flower arrangement! Art varies from jewelry to home decor and ranges from $15-$1500.
Where: Wick’s Pizza in the Highlands: 975 Baxter Ave
When: 1 pm - 4 pm
Cost: $55 for two canvasses and cupcakes
Learn to paint a cherry blossom tree in this artist-guided class! Food and drinks from Wick’s available for separate purchase. Buy tickets in advance.
Where: Broad Run Park: 11551 Bardstown Rd or Norton Commons: 10712 Meeting St.
When: Broad Run Park: 2 pm - 3:30 pm ; Norton Commons: 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Does your mom love The Bard? There’s two chances to see Kentucky Shakespeare perform “Macbeth” on Sunday: 2 pm at Broad Run Park or 6:30 pm at Norton Commons. See website for rain spaces.
Where: Louisville Zoo: 1100 Trevilian Way
When: 10 am - 5 pm
Cost: Free for moms; general admission for others
The zoo’s annual treat to moms is back! Mothers get free zoo admission courtesy of Ford Motor Company. There will also be treats and scavenger hunts available while supplies last.
Where: Churchill Downs
When: Gates open at 11:30 am; Last race at 5:45 pm
Cost: Pricing varies
Still not over the excitement of the Derby? Celebrate mom at the track! Live racing all day with brunch or buffet options. Free general admission for mothers when accompanied by her child. Reserved dining pricing starts at $52.
Where: Louisville Slugger Field: 401 E Main St.
When: 2 pm
Cost: Pricing varies
Take mom out to the ballgame! Mom and kids can play catch on the field after the game. Lots of promos for the kiddos too: Kids 12 & younger eat free, can run the bases after the game, and more!
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