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3 More Mother’s Day Pop-Ups This Saturday

Get in an early-morning sweat sesh with SESSIONS then do a bit of last-minute shopping for mom.
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Earlier this week we shared a Mother’s Day activity roundup. From spa specials to Kendra Scott and Coach pop-ups, there’s plenty to do this weekend. Since we’ve published, however, we’ve learned of even more events. Here are three more worth your time this Saturday. 

Leatherology Trunk Show in Highland Park Village

Some parents hang their children’s artwork on the refrigerator—but why not get it embossed on your duffle? Head to Leatherology’s Mother’s Day trunk show at The Conservatory’s ground-floor space in Highland Park Village. Through Saturday, kids can create personal drawings at the Bijoux space at 4 Highland Park Village, which will then be stamped with a deboss monogram program onto a leather item of their choice. 

Learn more here.

Pilates Pop Up on Knox Street

Lululemon and SESSION Pilates is taking over Knox Street this Saturday for an early-morning workout at 8:30 a.m. Join SESSION trainer West Gissinger in the space next to Village Baking Co. for a Pilates-infused class and receive a swag bag of lululemon gear and more. Bring a friend, or your mom, as well as a yoga mat and a towel. Tickets are $10 and the proceeds will be donated to The Family Place. Grab brunch after at the Knox Street Pop-Up Park at 3311 Knox St.

Learn more here.

Finley Shirts Pop Up at Neiman Marcus

Personalization is the name of the game this Mother’s Day weekend. Dallas-based Finley Shirts is popping up 1–4 p.m. Saturday on level two at Neiman Marcus NorthPark with The Monogram Club. Embrace the coastal grandmother trend as you shop Finley’s classic button-downs and blouses and preppy staples. The event includes free monogramming on purchases as well as light bites. 

Learn more here.


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