Our Mother’s Day Special is for all women who deserve our special attention on Sunday, May 14.
Mothers’ get a special day, why not celebrate other women in your life? It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May.
It was established by Anna Jarvis, with the first official Mother’s Day was celebrated at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia, on May 10, 1908.
The history started In 1868, Ann Jarvis, mother of Anna Jarvis, created a committee to establish a “Mother’s Friendship Day”, the purpose of which was “to reunite families that had been divided during the Civil War.” Jarvis – who had previously organized “Mother’s Day Work Clubs” to improve sanitation and health for both Union and Confederate encampments undergoing a typhoid outbreak – wanted to expand this into an annual memorial for mothers, but she died in 1905 before the celebration became popular.
Traditions on Mother’s Day include churchgoing, the distribution of carnations, and family dinners. Mother’s Day is the third largest holiday in the US for sending cards.
According to the greeting card industry, it is estimated that more than 50 percent of American households send greeting cards on this holiday. Don’t forget to add a pie to your delivery.
At Sedona Pies, we are inviting you to attend our Mother’s Day Pop-Up with San Jose Made Market
Whole Foods Market
Address: 777 Alameda Street, San Jose, CA
Time: 11:00 – 3:00pm
Will be selling three pie flavors:
+ Sacrebleu – Blueberries & red wine
+ Cannella Orange Burst – mandarin oranges, pecans & Cannella
+ Margarita – either a Lime or strawberry flavor
If you want another flavor – I would suggest that you call us to pre-order and pick it up on the Saturday, March 13. 408-624-9226.
Sizes we make are:
2″ are $2.00 each or 6 for $10.00 (incl tax)
5″ are $8.00 each or 3 for $22.00 (incl tax)
10″ is available on a pre-order basis only.
Looking forward in seeing you this Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Whole Foods, sponsored by San Jose Made Markets.