Mother's Day Programs

Celebrate Mother's Day with an amazing brunch!

Join us on Sunday, May 12!

Celebrate that special person in your life by joining us for our Mother's Day brunch. Relax, let us do the cooking, and make the day special with a delicious variety of items to choose from. View our menu.

Seating is in Featherston Barn at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.

To make a reservation, please purchase a table (for 6, 8 or 10 seats). Admission to Conner Prairie is included for the entire table for you and your guests to experience Conner Prairie before and/or after your seating time.

Tickets

Members:
Table for 6: $175
Table for 8: $230
Table for 10: $290

Nonmembers:
Table for 6: $235
Table for 8: $310
Table for 10: $390

Rosé and Roses

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Friday, May 10
6 - 9 p.m. in Bayt Pavilion

Join us for Rosé and Roses, a Mother's Day Ladies Night Out! This 21+ event includes a wine tasting with Oliver Winery! Other activities include mindfulness meditation, nature walks, yoga sessions and a photo backdrop to share with your following! Additionally, you will create your own flower arrangement that you can take home with you!

Price: $50 per person

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Heirloom Plant Sale
Friday, May 10, 4 – 7 p.m.
Saturday, May 11, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Conner Prairie Heirloom Plant Sale is back! We’ll have a wide variety of heirloom tomatoes and peppers, along with a selection of herbs and flowers. Mother’s Day weekend is the traditional frost-free date in central Indiana, making it a safe time to put out your more tender plants.
Our gardening experts will be available to help with your plant selections.
The plant sale will be located under the Modern Blacksmith Shop porch. This location is marked as #35 on the guest map.
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Campbell House Garden Party
Saturday, May 11, 11:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.

Join us for our 1836 Garden Party at the Campbell house. The Campbell’s invite you to experience classical music of the 19th century that will be performed in a fashionable concert setting. You will hear operatic singing accompanied by classical piano music. You also get the unique opportunity to learn about music and its impact on the daily lives of people in the 1800s regardless of their social and economic status. We hope to explore the cultural diversity and interpretation of classical music and how it has immerged in different forms over the decades.

This program is free with general admission.