We at JNT Construction, want to remind you that this weekend is Mother’s Day! If you completely forgot and still don’t have anything planned, don’t fret there is still time. There is nothing quite as bad as forgetting about the moms in your life on their day. They will likely not let you forget it for a long time. Check out some of the fun ideas below for Mother’s Day ideas in Dallas.
Things To Do For Mother’s Day in Dallas – D Magazine After brunch, of course.
Eat. Drink. Whether you’re making time for brunch, dinner, or some kind of all-day feast, our separate guide to where to dine for Mother’s Day has you covered.
The Women’s Chorus of Dallas performs a program of “Spring Song” at Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park on Sunday. The show concludes with a live butterfly release. We imagine the overall effect is about as magical as it sounds.
The Swiss Avenue Mother’s Day Home Tour is both Saturday and Sunday. Along with the opportunity to poke around seven of the city’s most historic and beautiful early 20th century homes, you can expect carriage rides, vintage cars, and yes, brunch — with a reservation.
Bring your mom to see the verifiably hilarious comics Dean Lewis and Linda Stogner at the Backdoor Comedy Club at the Doubletree Hotel. She’ll get a box of chocolates, a ticket for a later show, and some laughs out of the deal.
On Sunday, those jokesters at the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson are showing Psycho, that timeless tale of a son’s love for his mother. For another unhealthy familial portrait, the Alamo in the Cedars is screening Mommie Dearest. For more earnest Mother’s Day fare, the Richardson theater also has The Sound of Music, while the Cedars has Breakfast at Tiffany’s. And brunch.
In Electra, a brother and sister plot revenge on their stepfather and mother for her role in the death of their father, Agamemnon. (Mom was understandably mad that Dad burned another daughter for favorable winds to Troy.) Who among us has not sworn bloody vengeance on their mother after she started seeing a new guy? This heartwarming family drama from Sophocles is presented by the Tony Award winning Dallas Theater Center with some innovative staging outside in Annette Strauss Square. Performances are throughout the weekend. read more at dmagazine.com