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Mother’s Day at the Market

Calling all moms! There’s nothing quite like strolling through a market in the company of friends and family, especially when our vendors are celebrating all of the incredible moms in our community! Join us outside on the Rotary Square on May 13th from 3:00 – 7:00 pm for a local vendor market hosted by The Mom Market London! You’ll find one-of-a-kind items while supporting local London artists. 

And if you can’t make it to The Mom Market, there are still lots of ways to show mom you care. Spring is a great time to purchase a big bouquet since so many new florals are in season. Did you know carnations are traditionally known as the official flower symbolizing a mother’s love? Carnations come in many different colours and last longer than most flowers, so mom can enjoy them well after Mother’s Day! If you’re looking for that perfect bouquet, look no further than Bloomers At The Market and Forget Me Not Flowers. 

If you plan on spoiling mom with some breakfast in bed, swing by the Market to grab the essentials. Smith Cheese has hollandaise sauce, so there’s no need to stress over making it from scratch. If you’re thinking of whipping up some pancakes, Havaris Produce carries the mix and the maple syrup, as well as all the berries you’ll need to top it all off. And you can’t forget the thick-cut artisanal bacon, courtesy of Mark’s Fine Meats.

We have so many moms that work at the Market, shop at the Market and bring their children to our events at the Market. We appreciate all the hard-working moms who support us in every way they can. Many of our visitors tell us that one of their favourite childhood memories is when their moms would bring them to the Market, and we can understand why. There’s nothing better than spending quality family time while snacking on fresh pastries and an ice cream cone (or two). 

Happy Mother’s Day, London! 


Mary Shanahan, Marketing & Administrative Assistant, Covent Garden Market


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