Celebrate Mother's Day in the Triad

Music, theater and more to show mom she's special


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Mom certainly deserves special treatment. A pretty spring weekend is perfect for spending extra time focusing on our moms. These fun Triad-area events are sure to help your family create lasting Mother's Day memories.

24th Annual Spring Folly Music Festival, Kernersville

This festival attracts 20,000-25,000 people to downtown Kernersville for a weekend of wholesome family entertainment that mom will love. 

"Are You My Mother?" Winston-Salem

A perfect show for Mother’s Day, this matinee brings to life the adorable children's book by P.D. Eastman.

Birds & Blooms, Asheboro

A trip to the NC Zoo to enjoy brightly colored birds and gorgeous spring blooms is perfect for a Mother's Day weekend family outing.

Concert for Community, Winston-Salem

In a blend of multigenerational talent, the Winston-Salem Symphony and Youth Symphony present this free concert that is sure to please music-loving moms of all ages.

Greensboro Concert Band

For moms who love music, this free concert offers a wonderful evening out. The Greensboro Concert Band performs as part of the OPUS Concert Series.

"Gypsy," Greensboro

The ultimate show biz story about the ultimate stage mother. Join Rose, June and Louise in their trip across the United States during the 1920′s, when vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born. 

Mother & Daughter Health Day, High Point

For moms and their daughters, and all women interested in health and fitness, here’s a chance to celebrate Mother’s Day weekend with educational sessions on weight loss, healthy living and nutrition.

Mother/Daughter Night Out, High Point

Pair up with mom for a special night to create beautiful, unique jewelry from clay. You will be creating a necklace and another piece to match.

On Site/In Sight: A Downtown Winston-Salem Dance Festival, Winston-Salem

Does mom love to dance? Enjoy movement classes, pop-up, rooftop and courtyard performances, as well site-specific works throughout Winston-Salem’s downtown.

Parents’ Night Out at SciWorks, Winston-Salem

Dad can spoil mom with a special Mother's Day weekend date night by signing the kids up for this Parents' Night Out event. The kids will be occupied with a  pizza dinner, museum exploration and a movie, giving dad time to spoil mom.

PJ's & Popcorn Movie Night, High Point

Slip into your PJs and snuggle up with mom for a movie, pizza, popcorn and games. 

For more area events, visit our calendar.

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