Three Ways to Mark Mother's Day May 12--Food, Flowers & Folk Dance

The Penn Tower Hotel opens its newly renovated Grand Ballroom to the public on Mother's Day. There will be seatings at 10:30 a.m., noon, 2 and 4 p.m., with popular piano music. The menu will include filet of sole with shrimp and crabmeat, seafood pasta, breast of chicken chasseur and a cook-to-order omelet station, dessert bar, espresso, cappuccino and more. $24.95/adult, $12.95/child (tax and gratuity included). Call 387-8333 ext. 7127 for reservations.

The Faculty Club hosts its annual Mother's Day buffet, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Specials of the day include fruit and cheese, salads, chef-carved roast leg of lamb, salmon osso bucco, penne arabiatta, potato parsnip puree, desserts, coffee and tea. $16.50 plus 18% service charge. Call 898-4618 for reservations.

At the Morris Arboretum, where Mother Nature was already celebrating spring with hosts of golden daffodils (above), Morris Dancers join in on Mother's Day with spirited English folk-dancing and music, 1-3 p.m. The entertainment comes with Arboretum admission: $4/adults, $3/seniors, $2/studentsand free for PennCard holders and children under six.


Volume 42 Number 30
April 30, 1996

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