Sales + Events: 6/26-7/4 – Midwest Home Magazine

July 4, 2017 - accent chair

Wilson Willy’s hosts a annual summer sale this week

by Jahna Peloquin (image pleasantness Wilson Willy’s)

The week’s tip sales and home and garden events in a Twin Cities

Goldfinch Independence Day Sale: Get prepared for your 4th of Jul festivities with woven products from a Minneapolis-based brand, including woven chuck blankets done in Nepal and Namibia-made, fair-trade linens. June 22-July 4 @

Max’s Semi-Annual Sale: Receive discounts of 30 to 80 percent on a vast collection of equipment during a boutique’s semi-annual sale, including excellent and contemporary jewelry, home and gift, and artisanal chocolate collections. June 23-July 8 @ Max’s, 3826 Grand Way, St. Louis Park, 952-922-8364,

Wilson Willy’s Summer Sale: The complicated “general store” focused on showcasing internal and U.S. manufacturers hosts a annual summer sale. It’s a singular eventuality to save 20 percent storewide, including women’s wear, menswear, and home goods. (Use formula “SUMMER” during checkout for online orders.) Tuesday, Jun 26-Sunday, Jul 2 @ Wilson Willy’s 211 N. Washington Ave. N., Minneapolis, 612-315-2280,

Floral LAB: LAB seminar array hosts a centerpiece seminar to utilizes flowers that can be grown in your backyard. Floral studio Kindred Blooms has partnered with a Twin Cities Flower Exchange, one of a initial all-local, chemical-free indiscriminate flower markets in a U.S., to yield a materials for a workshop. Wednesday, Jun 28 from 6:30-9 p.m. @ LAB, 1629 Hennepin Ave., Ste. 300A, Minneapolis; register during

Peddler: A Night Market on a Mississippi: Minneapolis Craft Market and Frank Ernest Markets are partnering with a ancestral St. Paul eventuality space, City House, for a weekly night marketplace each Thursday in June. Shop handmade clothing, jewelry, home goods, prints, cards, finished foods, and some-more from a curated selection of some-more than a dozen Minnesota makers, and suffer qualification food and drinks from Red River Kitchen along with internal farmers and food makers. Thursday, Jun 29 from 4-9 p.m. @ Red River Kitchen – City House, 258 Mill St., St. Paul; view eventuality page for a full list of makers

Stars Stripes Sale during Designer Marketplace: Save large on high-end seat sourced from engineer showrooms and shipment during this 4th of Jul weekend sale. Designer Marketplace showcases pieces from name pattern showrooms from all over a country, an register includes one-of-a-kind pieces, close-outs, dropped items, and several salon building samples noted 50 to 70 percent next sell prices. Special offers during a weekend embody 40 percent off an accent chair with a squeeze of a lounge or sectional, 40 percent off any dining list with a squeeze of a set of dining chairs, 40 percent off nightstands with a squeeze of any distance bed, 40 percent off a second carpet with a squeeze of a initial rug, and giveaway smoothness on purchases of $444 or some-more (within a 40-mile radius). July 1-4 @Designer Marketplace, 160 Glenwood Ave., Minneapolis, 612-381-8508,

Cooks’ Annual Trade-Up Event: In support of Women’s Advocates and Valley Outreach charities, Cooks of Crocus Hill is hosting a “trade-up” eventuality for a month of July. Bring in your kindly used cookware, and they’ll give we 20 percent off a new square of cookware of your choice. Donations are being supposed during any of Cooks’ 3 sell locations. July 1-31 @ 877 Grand Ave., St. Paul; 324 S. Main St., Stillwater; and 208 N. First St., Minneapolis, 612-223-8167,

Mill City Farmer’s Market: Mill City’s weekly farmer’s marketplace has changed outdoor for a season. Shop for products from some-more than 120 farmers, florist, food artisans, restaurants, and makers. This week’s featured makers embody ArtAndes woven home goods, Fringe Fettle Ceramics, Indigo Snow attire and linens, Jeanne Beatrice Market Bags, and Worker B skincare. To learn some-more about this year’s home products makers during a market, read Jahna Peloquin’s post on a Midwest Home blogSaturday, Jul 1 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. @ Mill City Museum, 704 S. Second St., Minneapolis,

Coffee with a Designer: Bring your impulse images and fabric samples to get home refurbish tips and recommendation from Gabberts pattern experts during this giveaway coffee eventuality during Gallerts, hold each Saturday in July. Saturday, Jul 1 from 10-11 a.m. @ Gabberts, 3501 Galleria, Edina, 952-927-1500, and 3201 Country Dr., Little Canada, 651-634-6700,

West End Walking Tour: Learn about a story behind West 7th Street, St. Paul’s initial neighborhood. This debate presented by a Minnesota Historical Society showcases dark gems of St. Paul design and learn about a immigrants, veterans, and entrepreneurs who lived and worked there. Saturday, Jul 1 from 10 a.m.-noon @ St. Stanislaus Church, 398 Superior St., St. Paul, 651-259-3015; get tickets during

Maker Days during Linden Hills Farmers’ Market: Shop for handmade products from scarcely 20 makers while stocking up on heirloom vegetables during this special maker’s book of a Linden Hills Farmer’s Market. In partnership with Minneapolis Craft Market, a marketplace facilities domestic products embody jewelry, clothing, home decor, pet gear, woodwork from 20 makers. Sunday, Jul 2 from 9 a.m.-noon @ Settergren of Linden Hills, 2813 43rd St. W., Minneapolis; view eventuality page for a full list of makers

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