Check out some exciting Mother’s Day events in and around Johannesburg

 

Mother’s Day is back again and we love sharing our ideas on how to spoil your mother.

On 14 May we get to celebrate the one woman in our lives who has always and will always be there for us.

She has seen us through the diaper phase, through our teens and now we’re able to show her how much she really means to us.

Check out some of the best Johannesburg-based events taking place on Mother’s Day for a great place to take the special mother in your life on this special day.

  • Kaya FM’s Mother’s Day Concert at Joburg Zoo

Take in the sights, sounds and experience the joy with your mother and Kaya FM’s line-up of sensation artists to entertain the whole family. Pack her gifts and a picnic basket and head on down to Johannesburg Zoo for some great food stalls and music.

Details: www.ticketpros.co.za; www.kayafm.co.za

  • Mother’s Day Lunch at the Wanderer’s Club

Don’t miss out on the chance to take your mother to the most prestigious country club in Johannesburg, The Wanderer’s Club in Illovo. Enjoy a delicious three-course meal overlooking the Johannesburg skyline with your mother.

Details: 011 788 5010; [email protected]

  • Fashion and High Tea with Parc Ferme

High tea may be common on Mother’s Day, so spice up your Mother’s Day with High Tea and a Fashion Show with Parc Ferme. Speakers include former Miss World Candice Abrahams, former Miss South Africa Thuli Sithole and fashion stylist Anja Cruse-Bothma. Don’t miss out on this inspirational event in Sandton.

Details: www.parcferme.co.za

  • Orlando Towers

Try something different this Mother’s Day by giving your mother an adrenaline rush! Take her and the entire family to Orlando Towers for a free fall, bungee jump, paintball game or tower climb before sitting down for an enjoyable meal at Chaf Pozi.

Details: www.orlandotowers.co.za

Edited by Stacey Woensdregt

Read: 5 DIY gift ideas for Mother’s Day

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Racine Edwardes

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