Keeping it local: What to do for Mother's Day

May 8—Capitena's Floral and Gift Shop will be partnering with local small business, KustomKreationsbySierra, on Mother's Day flower arrangements.

Mother's Day is Sunday.

Sierra Wyman will be designing drink tumblers. These tumblers will be filled with a floral arrangement.

"What I like about Sierra is that her work is meticulous with a quick turnaround time," said Capitena's Floral and Gift Shop owner Lisa Richmond. "She is creative and works with you to create designs of exactly what you want. I feel it is important for small businesses to collaborate and work together to continue to support our community."

The arrangement is $50 and delivery is available for an additional fee.

Capitena's Floral and Gift Shop is located at 5440 Main Ave.

Other Mother's Day events:

—The Ashtabula Farmers Market plans a Pop-Up Plant Sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at 1119 Bridge St. Local farmers and growers, including Farm 153, Hubbard Run Farm, Red Beet Row, Octagon Acres, Bloom and Wilt Gardens and Windy Hill Farm will be bringing fresh flowers and vegetable plants to choose from.

—Nights and Weekends, located at 1035 Bridge Street, plans to host a Mothers Day Brunch. This includes fresh mimosas, breakfast pizzas, a pecan cinnamon roll pizza and granola bowl. This is event is on Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.

—Kardohely's Family Restaurant plans Mother's Day specials. Breakfast will be available all day and a limited dinner menu until 6 p.m. Some available dinner items include homemade lasagna, lake perch and chicken parmesan. Flowers will be available for purchase, as well as raffle baskets.

—Ferrante Winery and Ristorante, located at 5585 State Route 307, plans Mother's Day Food and Wine Features. Some of these items include a sparkling moscato mango mimosa, grilled chicken breast, grilled lobster tail, black cod and chocolate lava cake. Each of these meals come with a pre-selected wine pairing. The specials run through Sunday.