The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation (RHWF) invites families to spend a day spoiling mum at the much-loved Mother’s Day Royal Picnic; a free event being held at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park on Sunday 13 May.
Now in its 6th year, the Mother’s Day Royal Picnic brings families together to celebrate Mums across NSW at a fun community event that helps raise much-needed funds for the RHWF.
The picnic is expected to draw more than 15,000 people with well-known Mum and media personality Kim Watkins hosting the day. The line up of entertainment, plus fabulous food and activities for the whole family will keep everyone entertained.
The children will love to sing and dance along with Lah’s Lah’s Big Live Band, enjoy a visit to the animal nursery complete with pony rides, or take a turn on Doc Hudson’s Driver Training Track, part of the official Disney-Pixar CARS Truck Tour.
And while the children are kept busy, Mum and Dad can escape to the Wine Tasting Marquee to sample the offerings from some of NSW’s finest wineries.
Music entertainment for the adults include Cash Only, a Johnny Cash cover band and Boys in the Band, a versatile group that celebrates some of the most iconic bands of the twentieth century including They Jersey Boys and The Beatles.
While the rest of the family is entertained, send Mum to the Royal Pamper Lounge where she will be pampered with a massage, nail painting and a luxurious facial.
All funds raised on the day will go towards purchasing vital medical equipment for the Royal Hospital for Women. Each year, the Hospital cares for more than 10,000 women in the community with 4000 babies born at the hospital and more than 1000 premature and critically ill babies cared for in the Newborn Care Centre.
The Mother’s Day Royal Picnic is a part of the Me2Mum fundraising campaign running in the lead up to Mother’s Day.
For more information, visit www.mothersdaypicnic.com.au