10 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Shakopee
This Mother’s Day, celebrate moms, stepmoms, grandmas, aunts, and the other important people in your life in Shakopee. Whether you’re looking for a delicious brunch at a local restaurant, a memorable special event, or a kid-friendly activity, here’s your guide to Mother’s Day fun.
Delicious brunch options
Stonebrooke Golf Club is offering a Mother’s Day brunch perfect for the whole family from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Enjoy breakfast and lunch items including waffles, eggs benedict, salmon, carved strip loin, and shrimp cocktail, plus a special kids buffet. Reservations are available online.
O’Brien’s Public House will be serving Mother’s Day brunch from 9:00am to 1:00pm, with a free “mom-mosa” for all moms. Enjoy family-sized portions of breakfast favorites from various live cooking stations. Reservations are recommended.
Mallards is celebrating Mother’s Day with a brunch from 9:00am to 3:00pm, with a free mimosa for moms, bottomless mimosas, a fruit and pastry buffet, and a la carte entrees from the regular brunch menu. Reservations are recommended.
Shakopee House is offering a Mother’s Day brunch buffet from 10:00am to 2:00pm, with dishes including eggs benedict, coconut shrimp, salmon, and brisket. There will also be a carving station with prime rib, freshly made crepes, a build-your-own salad bar, and a selection of pastries and desserts. Reservations are available online.
Valleyfair is opening for the season on Mother’s Day! Enjoy your favorite thrill rides and family-friendly attractions, as well as tasty new food and drink vendors and new shows and entertainment. The park will be open from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
Mystic Showroom is hosting a star-studded night of Vietnamese variety featuring artists including Hồng Ngọc, Cao Thái Sơn, and Quang Linh. The show starts at 8:00pm.
Activities for the whole family
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is in bloom, with 28 gardens spread across 1,200 acres. Explore wooded trails, check out the paved Three-Mile Walk and Three-Mile Drive, and visit kid-friendly spaces like the Maze Garden and Green Play Yard.
The Landing combines a scenic setting along the Minnesota River with a collection of historic buildings from the 19th century. Take a stroll along the paved trails and learn how Minnesotans lived on the frontier, farmsteads, and in villages.
At Shakopee Bowl, enjoy a friendly game of bowling, plus pizza and burgers. Toddler pricing is available for kids 3 and under, and automatic bumpers and scoring make it easy for the whole family to have a good time.
Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store is the perfect spot to celebrate for moms who have a sweet tooth. Peruse the massive selection of unique and retro candies, craft sodas, and locally-made goodies including meats, cheeses, jams, and fresh baked goods. Remember to bring cash, or plan to use the ATM on-site, since the store doesn’t accept credit cards.
Plan a Mother’s Day weekend in Shakopee! Shakopee is home to Canterbury Park, Valleyfair, and the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, and is conveniently located to area attractions including Mystic Lake Casino, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, and Chanhassen Dinner Theater.