Natalie and Locklynn Sanderson check out the crafts table at McLean Mill during the Mad Hatter Mother’s Day Tea on Sunday, May 13. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

Flowers, flamingos and fun at McLean Mill

Historic Park hosts Mother’s Day Tea

Curious kids (and their mothers) had a chance to enjoy the sun during the McLean Mill’s first-ever Mad Hatter Mother’s Day Tea on Sunday, May 13.

The event was Alice in Wonderland-themed, with activities like flamingo croquet and Twiddledee Twiddledum three-legged races. There were also plenty of crafts, an opportunity to plant your own wildflowers and a tasty brunch for families to take part in.

 

Ryker Bell celebrated his third birthday at McLean Mill on Sunday, May 13. He helped to plant wildflowers in the fairy garden at the National Historic site.

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