In Season: Pampering Mom

April 4, 2017 raguirre

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Try out these fun ideas to make sure the moms in your life feel indulged, appreciated, and loved on May 14th, and all year long.

Written by Cheryl Fallstead

Idea 1: Take Over the Cooking and Cleaning

Merry Maids Cleaning Service

Give mom what she really wants: a house cleaned from top to bottom—by someone else.

Merry Maids, a Las Cruces franchise, offers one-time and regularly scheduled cleanings, using their own eco-friendly cleaning products. Prices are dependent on the size of the house, but a one-time deep clean will cost about $300 – $350. Purchase a gift card through their website and let Mom set the date or surprise her with sparkling home by scheduling a visit yourself.

575-545-5898 | merrymaids.com

Cooking with Big Red Chef

Saturday, May 12, 2 – 5pm; $69
Mother’s Day is the busiest restaurant day of the year, so why not pamper mom with a gourmet dinner made just for her and served right at home? Certified Personal Chef and cooking instructor Lynn Linde, aka Big Red Chef, is offering “To Mom with Love,” a special Mother’s Day cooking class, where you will prepare a fabulous dinner for two, ready to finish and reheat on her special day. Dinner will include a first course, entree, side dishes, and dessert.

Reservations required:
bigredchef.com or 575-571-0577
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Idea 2: Give Mom Some Me-Time

Olympian Academy of Beauty Mother’s Day Special

Offer runs Tuesday through Saturday of Mother’s Day week

If your gift budget is tight this year, Olympian offers the perfect solution. Under supervision of instructors, the students will welcome mom with a carnation, then provide a full pampering package with mani/pedi, hair conditioning treatment, trim, blow-dry style, and facial with makeup. The entire package is only $20 and she can get it all done in one day or come back to finish her pampering another time. The full package takes over two hours, so plan accordingly.

Get her a gift certificate or tag along for a mother-daughter (or son!) treat.

1460 Missouri Avenue, Suite | 575-523-7181

Women’s Yoga Workshop at Downtown Desert Yoga

Saturday, May 13, 3 – 5pm; $35
Yoga instructor Deidra Schaub is offering the perfect mother-daughter bonding opportunity: a special class for women the day before Mother’s Day featuring breath work, energy medicine practices, and yoga poses specifically tailored to the needs of women.


Added bonus: participants receive a collection of mini essential oils and a Feminine Wisdom Guide. No yoga experience is necessary.

Online registration required:
downtowndesertyoga.com
303 S. Alameda Blvd. | 575-647-9642

Idea 3: Bond with Mom Over Brunch

The Lodge Resort & Spa’s Sunday Champagne Brunch, Cloudcroft

11 am – 2 pm
Treat mom to an impromptu road trip and step back in time at Rebecca’s restaurant at The Lodge Resort & Spa, built as a railroad hotel in 1899. The decadent Sunday brunch spread offers up hors d’oeuvres, entrees, carved meats, salads, desserts, and breads, all freshly created by award-winning chefs. Follow up by exploring the shops in historic downtown Cloudcroft or hiking in the verdant Sacramento Mountains.

Reservations required:
575-682-3131 or rebeccas@thelodgeresort.com
601 Corona Place, Cloudcroft
Adults $40, children 4 – 12 $20, three and under free

Double Eagle Mother’s Day Brunch

Seatings at 11 am and 1:30 pm
One of the best brunch games in town, the Double Eagle’s spread includes an omelet station, fruits, cheeses, salads, muffins and breads, and several other breakfast and lunch items. Round out the feast with freshly-made desserts or by dipping into the chocolate fountain. Enjoy up to three glasses of champagne to make the morning even more festive.

Reservations recommended:
575-523-6700
2355 Calle de Guadalupe, Mesilla

Idea 4: Take Mom Out for the Night

Live Theatre Shows on Mother’s Day Weekend

Two local theatre companies will be performing over Mother’s Day weekend. Both shows are comedies, so this is a great opportunity to make memories with a light-hearted evening of laughter.

Las Cruces Community Theatre presents the classic comedy You Can’t Take it With You, winner of the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for drama.

Friday and Saturday performances at 8pm;
Sunday matinee at 2pm.
Reservations: lcctnm.org
313 N. Main Street | 575-523-1200
$12 adults, $11 students, seniors and military,
$9 children under 9

The No Strings Theatre Company at the Black Box Theatre presents another play sure to bring laughs, a zany new comedy, Seagulls in a Cherry Tree. As a special treat, William Missouri Downs, the playwright from Wyoming, will be at opening night May 12 and there will be a talkback after the performance.

Friday and Saturday performances at 8pm.
Reservations: 575-523-1223
430 N. Main Street | no-strings.org
$15 regular admission, $12 students
and seniors over 65

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