​Mother's Day is just around the corner on May 12, so if you haven't thought about how to say "thanks" to dear mother, then here's a few events coming up this weekend in Austin that will help make this a day to remember.

Olamaie: Mother’s Day Biscuits

Olamaie is offering specialty boxes of six or 12 biscuits with house-made jam, pimento cheese, and honey butter.


You have Broadway In Austin to thank for the return of this beloved musical, now featuring "new sound design, direction, and choreography for a new generation."


Ballet Austin, accompanied by the Austin Symphony Orchestra, concludes its current season with this 19th-century classic, sure to haunt the majestic Long Center stage and give audiences a good case of the Wilis.

Broad Studios Textile Printing Workshop

Perfect for Mother's Day, attendees will learn methods of block printing and pattern-making. At the end of the class, guests will leave with a pair of textiles perfect for napkins, tea towels, or framed works of art.

Mama's Day Out

A moms-only afternoon featuring margaritas, a braid bar, and a facial mist station, plus a swag bag tailored just to moms. 100% of ticket sales benefit Saint Louise House, a local org providing housing to mothers who are experiencing homelessness.

High Tea For Two

This event for two people includes an owner-guided tour of Nutty Brown Flower Farm, followed by a flower-arrangement demonstration (your mom gets a bouquet for herself!) and then it's time for high tea with delicate finger sandwiches, cakes, and other sweet treats while you customize a wooden box to hold those gorgeous flowers.

Have a Happy Mother's Day in Austin!

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