More than 40 Washington State farmers will bring their best blooms to Pike Place for the 8th Annual Flower Festival this weekend—perfectly timed for Mother's Day. Lindley Ashline / Flickr

So you didn't spend the month of April making reservations, buying tickets, creating elaborate gifts, and otherwise preparing for Mother's Day. How could you do that to the person who put up with you as a vomiting baby, irritating 8-year-old, and surly teenager? It's ok—we're in the same boat, which is why we've compiled a list of last-minute events to attend with mommy dearest. Everything below is $10 or under, and some even offer the chance to pick up affordable gifts along the way. She'll believe you planned it all along. (No need to thank us.) If nothing below calls to you, check out our complete Mother's Day calendar, or our list of all the other cheap and easy events this weekend, including the Average Joe Cat Show, the Friends of the Seattle Public Library's Huge Book Sale, SANCA's Festival of Flight, and a Mood Indigo event at the Asian Art Museum.

1. 8th Annual Flower Festival
More than 40 Washington State farmers will bring their best blooms for the 8th annual Pike Place Market Flower Festival—a great choice to make Mom happy at the last minute, no reservations required. (Downtown, free)

2. Mommie Dearest
Central Cinema will screen the cult classic Mommie Dearest, which David Schmader described as "the 1981 biopic that made Joan Crawford a child-abuse icon, ruined Faye Dunaway’s career, and thrived in infamy. Make no mistake: Mommie Dearest sucks. But Ms. Dunaway’s fearless exertions elevate overacting to the status of an Olympic event." On Sunday night, the film will be screened in "Hecklevision," which as you might guess, requires a little bit of audience participation—but they'll provide the props! (Central District, $8)

3. 26th Annual Mom and Me
Celebrate Mother's Day with special family activities at the zoo that will highlight the animals' maternal relationships. Moms get half off admission at the door! (Phinney, $10-$20)

4. Like Mother
Celebrate Mother's Day with a multimedia exhibit focusing on the bond between mother and daughter, curated by L. Kelly Lyles. (Ravenna, free)

5. Seattle Makers Market
Procrastinators, thank your lucky stars that Seattle has served up the Makers Market just one day before it's time to give Mom a thoughtful, unique gift, with choices including candles, chocolates, jewelry, and soaps. You can even sip on a mimosa or bellini while you shop. (Capitol Hill, free entry)

6. Badwill Market: Women's/Mother's Day Edition
This cheeky 21+ event features "women owned and operated businesses, artists, designers, musicians, and more" for a special Mother's Day market. (For once, it's safe to bring Ma to the Rhino Room!) (Capitol Hill, free entry)

7. Dear Mama
A performance by Dapper Down Productions dedicated especially to Mom. You can submit your mom's favorite song, and they'll randomly choose five for a special serenade. (Capitol Hill, $3)

8. Ladies Musical Club Free Mother's Day Concert
Ladies Musical Club continues their streak of free public classical concerts in celebration of their 125th anniversary this year. Enjoy a Cole Porter tribute afternoon in honor of Mother's Day. (West Seattle, free)

9. Mother's Day Cantata Concert
Seattle Bach Choir performs a free concert of Bach's Cantatas 9 and 164 for all the classical-loving mothers of Seattle this Mother's Day. Free and accessible to the public, this show will also feature Baroque Period instruments and a full orchestra. (Downtown, free)

10. Mother's Day Social
Celebrate Mother's Day with an open house and social at Bellevue Botanical Gardens. They'll have light refreshments and music to accompany the blooming flowers and family love. (Bellevue, free)