CULTURE: Mother's Day Below Canal Street (4.30.18)
Looking for ideas for this year’s Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 13th)? We’ve got you covered. We’re going beyond brunch to share with you some of our favorite events, activities and gifting ideas for Mother’s Day this year below Canal Street…
Tiny's x tenoverten Mother's Day – Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs will be hosting mimosas at tenoveten Fulton Street and Tribeca locations this Mother’s Day. You’ll also receive a $20 gift card to use at Tiny’s anytime. Reserve your spot by emailing tenoverten.
Saks Wellery – Check out the latest tenants on the 3rd floor of Saks Downtown, including one of our new go-to manicures, sundays, which offers non-toxic, cruelty free, vegan nail care products and services.
Give the gift of great skin – Sacred Skincare’s peels and facials are a great gift for busy Moms who don’t always put themselves first.
Recover with the best – If traditional massages aren’t Mom’s thing, consider cryotherapy (the new go-to treatment for everything from workout recovery to helping with inflammatory diseases to keeping your skin looking young and full of elasticity) with QuickCryo or "personalized stretching" with Lymbr (they’ve got great gift packs!).
Carlos Rolon at Brookfield Place - Arts Brookfield and artist Carlos Rolón will put a spotlight on the worldwide trend of bicycle riding as a serious and sustainable means of transportation that is re-shaping cities. The exhibit, When We Were Young, will explore the exquisite mix of engineering and craftsmanship, ranging from cutting-edge designs to populist expressions, that moves us forward on calibrated wheels.
Hatitudes: A Tribute To The Grace & Style Of Our Mothers – Wear your best hat and join BMCC Tribeca for a program of tributes featuring works by: Gina Bardwell, Lynnette Freeman, Yvette Heyliger, Christine Toy-Johnson, Dominique Morisseau, Sherry Shephard-Massat, Arminda Thomas and more!
CEREALS @ The Flea - Experience The Flea’s universe-hopping, monster-hunting, pigeon-loving, buffalo-bunning, future-seeing, family theater spectacle – a brand new way to watch age old stories. Read our interview here.
Happy Mother's Day from Life Below Canal!