A Guide to Mother's Day 2016 in Ann Arbor

. May 6, 2016.
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– Bentley's Restaurant at the Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest will be hosting a fabulous Mother's Day Brunch at 10:30am and 1:00pm. 

– Located in the beautifully restored 1886 Michigan Central Depot, the Gandy Dancer is a fantastic place to treat mom to brunch or dinner.

– Grange Kitchen & Bar is offering a delicious brunch, staying true to its roots of treating customers to tasty farm to table food.

– Celebrate Mother's Day with brunch with your family at the restaurant at Weber's Inn.

– Zingerman's Roadhouse, just named one of the 100 Best Brunch Restaurants in America, is hosting a decadent brunch.

 Moms interested in letting off some steam and having a blast can shoot for free at Ann Arbor arms on Mother’s Day. Gun rental and ammunition are not free, but the deal includes sales on many items for shooting enthusiasts. 

– If you haven’t been to Sava’s before, you won’t want to miss their Mother’s Day brunch buffet from 9am-3pm. 

– Arbor Brewing is pulling out all the stops for Mother’s Day, starting with brunch at 10am, hard cider mimosas, a plant sale and farmer’s market courtesy of Growing Hope, and two paint and pour classes for the kids. 

Tables need to be reserved at Aventura, which is offering a brunch buffet along with a bloody mary bar. 

– The Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti is offering a dance class titled, Fresh Funk (Get Your Groove On).

– The Chelsea AleHouse will be featuring live jazz musicians from 6-8pm.

 At noon, the No. 2 Michigan softball team will host Rutgers in the last game of the regular season.

– The Barefoot Productions Theater is performing its last showing of Motherhood Out Loud, taking audiences through a rollercoaster of different themes and experiences of life in motherhood.

– The Evans Street Station in Tecumseh is having a brunch including Mommy’s Little Helper cocktails.

 Multiple golf courses including Huron Hills Golf Course and Leslie Park Golf Course are inviting moms to walk nine or 18 holes of free golf with a paid child fee.

– Leslie Science and Nature Center wants families to get some fresh air on a guided wildflower hike through the Black Pond Woods.