Make sure to remember Mother’s Day is THIS SUNDAY! Here are some last-minute ideas.

The Point in El Segundo is hosting a “Sun & Sea Collective” pop-up this Saturday with 25 local vendors, live music, mommy-and-me mini photography sessions and many more surprises!

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a special brunch at the Mayor’s Table in Newport, followed with a painted experience curated by Timree Gold! Her class has been voted one of the Top-10 art classes in the U.S. Get your paint and drink on!

Who can say no to chocolate? Edelweiss Chocolates are offering many Mother’s Day gift packages. Check out either of their locations in Santa Monica and Beverly Hills. Place looks familiar? You may have seen it on "I Love Lucy."

While the Getty Museum is still closed, The Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades reopened April 21. One of the most unique experiences of any art museum around! Reservations online required.

Celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month with Maori Mo Ake Tonu! The group performs skillful poi dances, story-telling action songs as well as the haka! And the best part? It’s a free show, online!

The Pickwick Vintage Show returns on Saturday in Burbank for an assortment of vintage clothing, jewelry, accessories and more from over 65 local vendors. Book your reservation online.

Need ideas for date night? Head down to Penny Oven in Eagle Rock, and take a Mexican Street Tacos class! No experience is required! Make everything from the corn tortillas to the saucy shredded chicken braised in a smoky, spiced tomato concoction! Sign up online now before tickets sell out.

If you’re staying home, join Netflix star Justin Willman in “Magic for Humans at Home: A Live Virtual Interactive Experience” this Saturday for magic, comedy and more surprises, all from your living room. It is for all-ages.

Finally, if you can’t make it across the pond, take a virtual tour of Michelangelo’s Vatican and Sistine Chapel, all from the comfort of your own home. With your expert tour guide, “The Tour Guy,” you’ll hear the stories you can’t find with a google search. This tour runs every Sunday in May from 10 to 11 a.m.