Every Mother's Day for the last three decades, families dress up as characters from the iconic "Make Way For Ducklings" book and hold a parade through Boston Common and the public garden.
But because of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers have decided to move the event from an in-person parade to a virtual event. The Friends of the Public Garden said they will host a live reading of the book at noon, by WCVB's Rhondella Richardson, on Sunday on Facebook. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will also give a greeting to the online audience.
If you miss the live reading, the video will be available to watch afterwards, the organizers said.