Yosemite Association Offers A Very Special Mothers Day in Yosemite

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Beautiful spring wildflowers.Here’s the perfect gift to show your mother or wife just how special she is and how much you appreciate her. The Yosemite Association is offering Mother’s Day in Yosemite. Mothers who attend will get a champagne brunch at the Ahwahnee hotel, a special gift, and an interpretive tour of Yosemite Valley.

Yosemite Association; “Held during the height of Yosemite’s springtime grandeur, the day will begin with a sumptuous champagne brunch at the world-renowned Ahwahnee hotel. After brunch, Yosemite Association interpretive specialist, Chrissy Knight, will lead a leisurely walk in Yosemite Valley, relating fascinating stories of Yosemite’s remarkable women, past and present. This will be an excellent family friendly outing, and opportunity to learn about Yosemite’s cultural heritage amidst the breathtaking backdrop of Yosemite’s famous granite landmarks, cascading waterfalls and brilliantly colored wildflowers.

All Mother’s Day Celebration attendees will receive a complimentary gift set that includes an embossed Yosemite logo bookbag and copy of the book “Pioneers in Petticoats: Yosemite’s Early Women” by noted Yosemite historian/author Shirley Sargent.

Admission price to attend the special Mother’s Day Celebration is $136 for Yosemite Association members and $160 for non-members. The all-inclusive pricing includes The Ahwahnee Brunch and champagne toast, gratuity, tax, guided interpretive walk and commemorative gift set. Advanced reservations are necessary and can be made by calling (209) 379-2321 or online at www.yosemitestore.com.

Special accomodations are available for attendees of the YA Mother’s Day Celebration including free camping at a YA shared campsite in the Valley, or by booking a room at Yosemite Lodge set aside especially for this event. Hurry, rooms at the Lodge are limited. This is a great opportunity you’re not going to want to miss.

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