March is the month where we celebrate Mothers Day with Mums and special females in our lives.
Shops in the UK are full of fluffy “I Love you Mummy” and “Worlds Greatest Mum” items. While it’s not ‘Dia del Madre’ in Spain until May 3rd, many British people still celebrate the Uk date here in Lanzarote.
UK Mothering Sunday 2020 falls on March 22nd
Ways to celebrate with us
We’ve got plenty of ways to spoil Mums at rooftop Lanzarote – Here are our top 3!
- Rooftop Cocktails & Lunch with Live Sax on The Roof!
Sax on the Roof takes place on Sundays from 1pm until 3pm with live music and fantastic panoramic views from our Rooftop Terrace.
Why not book a table for mothers day and spoil your Mum with drinks, or lunch menu. For group bookings we also offer a set brunch menu with Cava included. Contact us to book
- Starlight Movie Under the Stars!
March 22nd we will be showing the hit movie “Yesterday” and “Jo Jo Rabbit”. Or treat Mum to a movie of your choice anytime that week. See the full list via this link >> Starlight Cinema – Movies in Lanzarote <<
- Rooftop Gift Vouchers
Let your special lady or Mum spoil herself whenever she wants to with a Rooftop Entertainment Gift voucher!
We are offering Free chocolates & glass of Cava with Mothers Day movie voucher ticket purchase!
Contact our team to learn more about any of the above: Info@rootopbiosfera.com
March Movies – Resident Offer!
We’re offering all Lanzarote & Canary island residents the chance to make the most of 50% discount from all March movie tickets!
Join us until March 31st for any Starlight movie, present your residencia and receive 50% off of the ticket price. Online bookings are not possible with this promotion. Book with our ticket office or email: Info@rootopbiosfera.com
Mothering Sunday Origins..
Need help remembering when the big day falls? It always takes place on the fourth Sunday in the festival of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday.
Technically, (in the UK at least) the celebration is Mothering Sunday and not Mother’s Day. Initially, the “mothering” aspect of the occasion had no connection to mothers in the way that it’s celebrated today.
The origins lie in the Middle Ages, when children who had left their families to work in domestic service were allowed to go to their home, or “mother” referring to church.
Further down the line, the date took on an extra celebratory aspect. It became a traditional occasion for the fasting rules of Lent to be relaxed, allowing a long-awaited feast.
How it transformed
The American festival of Mother’s Day, which is held later in the year has no religious links. It was created in 1907 by Anna Jarvis. She held a memorial for her peace activist mother who treated wounded soldiers in the American Civil War.
In 1914, it had become so popular that President Woodrow Wilson declared Mother’s Day a national holiday, stating
“A public expression of love and reverence for the mothers of our country”.
One funny mummy shared her thoughts on what she would like for Mothers Day and it isn’t a pink cushion with words of love stitched across the front, it’s simply a wish list including – PICK YOUR DIRTY CLOTHES UP FROM THE BATHROOM FLOOR! 😉 read the full story
Whatever you do for the special lady in your life, whether she is your Mum, Aunt, Nan or just somebody who means the world to you, enjoy time together and share the love.
Happy March from all of the Rooftop Team
See you soon! 😉