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Three Ways To Celebrate Mom In Boise
3 WAYS TO CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY IN BOISE
It’s easy to celebrate Mother’s Day in Boise with so many great events to attend with your mom! We’ve picked out three unique events that will please any mother.
Head to the new Esther Simplot Park at 6:30am to hit the trail. Walk, run, jog—this free 5K is a great way to get your blood pumping before hitting up brunch. New this year is the optional one mile walk! What better way to enjoy the gorgeous weather and see the brand new park than surrounded by other moms and their children? Strollers and well-behaved dogs are welcome. End the 5K with coffee, light breakfast options, and a warm hug to your mom.
There’s probably no more unusual place to have a Mother’s Day brunch than at Zoo Boise! If your mom is an animal lover, this is the perfect way to celebrate. Enjoy a brunch buffet, animal presentation, and a zookeeper talk—which each mom receiving a special present. You must register for this event by Wednesday, May 10th.
Tickets are $29 adults (Annual Pass holders) and $34 adults (non-Annual Pass holder), $16 children 3-11 (Annual Pass holders) and $19 children 3-11 (non-Annual Pass holders). Children 2 and under are free, but you still must make a reservation for them. Cost for the event includes zoo admission for the rest of the day.
Kick off Boise Bike Week and pedal your way to Payette Brewing Company with your mom. From 10am to 2pm, you can enjoy $3 beers or mimosas if you ride your bike to the event. Mister. BBQ will be on hand to serve up delicious bites, while the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance will have a booth with information about Boise Bike Week and tshirts.
However you decide to celebrate Mother’s Day in Boise, we know your mom will love spending time with you!
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