Mothers Day this Year is on Sunday 30th March
You can buy Mum flowers Chocolates and diamonds which she will always love, but time together as a family is a memory which is priceless and lasts for ever. Don’t let you Mum do the washing up this Mothers day, make sure she is hold some Vino or a cup of Tea if she prefers, let young children make her a card draw her a picture and create her a memory.
Italian-Grill will help you create a memories where we will treat her extra special and serve you all the finest food and drinks to make the memory special and guarantee Mum wont have to sort out any dirty dishes.
Mothers day is becoming very close, book now to make you you don’t miss out as we are booking up quickly.
MOTHERS DAY THE HISTORY
Origin of Mother’s Day goes back to the era of ancient Greek and Romans. Mother’s Day history can also be traced in UK where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated in the US. However the modern Mothers day is a recent phenomenon and not even a hundred years old. Thanks to the hard work of the pioneering women of their times, Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis that the day came into existence.
Earliest History of Mothers Day
The earliest history of Mothers Day dates back to the ancient annual spring festival the Greeks dedicated to maternal goddesses. The Greeks used the occasion to honor Rhea, wife of Cronus and the mother of many deities of Greek mythology.
Ancient Romans, too, celebrated a spring festival, called Hilaria dedicated to Cybele, a mother goddess. It may be noted that ceremonies in honour of Cybele began some 250 years before Christ was born. The celebration made on the Ides of March by making offerings in the temple of Cybele lasted for three days and included parades, games and masquerades. The celebrations were notorious enough that followers of Cybele were banished from Rome.
Early Christians celebrated a Mother’s Day of sorts during the festival on the fourth Sunday of Lent in honor of the Virgin Mary, the Mother of Christ. In England the holiday was expanded to include all mothers. It was then called Mothering Sunday.