Mother’s Day Pique Nique

Celebrate Mother’s Day with Pique Nique

Luxuriate at a Mother’s Day like no other to celebrate those who have taken care of us, as no other has. Come and experience a special Mother’s Day Pique Nique at the enchanting Corliss-Carrington House on the historic East Side of Providence while supporting the General Fund at Providence’s Women and Infants Hospital.



Enjoy a garden to glass bar by Little Bitte Cocktails featuring a craft cocktail pairing, and botanical mocktails. Chanteuse Miss Wednesday presides over the fete singing sweet tunes to set the vibe. Enjoy the delicious grazing table from Easy Entertaining followed by a sweet treat from Sin Bakery. Herbalist/Formulator Jo-Anna Cassino of Botanic Providence will be mixing up tantalizing teas while TEN31 captivates with some of their mystical characters. Up for something otherworldly? Stop by our intuitive reader, Madame Katya of West of the Moon, and see what your future holds. Feeling crafty? Indulge at the flower crown making station and create a special piece to commemorate the day. Don’t let the day pass without capturing the moment with a photo provided by Vintage Girl Studios.

As you step onto the cobblestone drive of Corliss-Carrington House, be swept away into fantasy. You are greeted by the goddess tree of the garden. The scent of lilacs fills the air while the gentle bubbling of the fountains adds to the spring symphony that begins to tantalize your senses. Everywhere you look, there is beauty. Settle into the dining experience of your choice, you can enjoy a true picnic experience upon an oriental rug adorned with all the comforts, or perhaps dining at a table is preferred. Take it all in as you explore the grounds to see all that is offered. Step away from the mundane, and step into Pique Nique.

This is a 21+ event. All tickets are inclusive.

KAEA has curated the finest of women-owned, local small businesses to create this divine event and is excited to be back making magic.


Proceeds from Mother’s Day Pique Nique will benefit Women and Infants Hospital

*PARKING* There is a Brown parking lot on Power St. near Thayer St. that is available as well as some on street parking.

****To enter Pique Nique, come through the brick archway at 69 Power St.****