Sales + Events: 7/19-7/23

Willful Goods hosts a store and studio moving sale this week

by Jahna Peloquin (Image: courtesy Willful Goods)

Home and garden sales and events in the Twin Cities this week:

Willful Moving Sale: Willful is on the move. Later this summer, the Minneapolis-based home goods brand will leave its Tangletown studio and showroom for a new space around the corner. Now through August 15, take up to 70 percent off the entire store. (Discounts good in-store only.) Now through August 15 @ Willful, 319 W. 48th St., Minneapolis, 612-354-3965,

Gus* Modern Summer Sale: Save 30 percent off all in-stock Gus* Modern floor models at the Uptown home and interiors boutique. Through August 13 @ Roam Interiors, 2914 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, 612-377-6465,

Mill City Night Market: Join over 25 local farmers, artisans and prepared food vendors – rain or shine – this Tuesday night for a community event hosted by the Commons, a new outdoor space in downtown Minneapolis curated by the Mill City Farmers Market. The monthly event also includes live music and cooking demonstrations. Tuesday, July 18 from 3:30-7:30 p.m. @ The Commons, 425 Portland Ave. S., Minneapolis;

Aquatennial MN Made Market: As part of the official Minneapolis Aquatennial festivities, JB Hudson Jewelers will host a market featuring a curated lineup of Minnesota makers, beer tastings from local craft breweries, and a silent disco. Artisans include Minny & Paul curated gift boxes, Mademoiselle Miel chocolates, Oh Dier wood decor, Isadore Nut Company, leather footwear and goods by Hard Weber Studio, plus jewelry, pottery, handbags, and more. 21+; free with registration at; Thursday, July 20 from 4-8 p.m. @ JB Hudson Jewelers, 901 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, 612-338-5950

Peddler: A Night Market on the Mississippi: Minneapolis Craft Market and Frank & Ernest Markets are partnering with the historic St. Paul event space, City House, for a weekly night market every Thursday in June. Shop handmade clothing, jewelry, home goods, prints, cards, packaged foods, and more from a curated selection of more than a dozen Minnesota makers, and enjoy craft food and drinks from Red River Kitchen along with local farmers and food makers. Thursday, July 20 from 4-9 p.m. @ Red River Kitchen – City House, 258 Mill St., St. Paul; view event page for a full list of makers

Traditional Norwegian Weaving: American Reboot: This exhibition hosted by Norway House in partnership with the Weaver’s Guild of Minnesota features 40 textiles on loan from various collections, including Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, that honor the past as well as showcase modern textiles influenced by traditional Norwegian weaving techniques. Runs July 20-September 10; Opening reception Thursday, July 20 from 5-8 p.m. ($5, free for Norway House and Weaver’s Guild of MN members) @ Norway House, 913 E. Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, 612-871-2211,

Art and Garden Tour + Evening Reception: This self-guided, annual tour features some of the Twin Cities’ best gardens blended with local art. This year’s tour takes place in Southwest Minneapolis neighborhoods, with proceeds helping to fund public art and garden projects in the Twin Cities. The tour culminates with an evening reception at Tangletown Gardens featuring music, dancing, food, and drinks. Saturday, July 22, Tours begin at 9 a.m.; evening reception: 6-9 p.m. @ various locations in Southwest Minneapolis and Tangletown Gardens, 5353 Nicollet Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-822-4769; tickets are $25 in advance at or $30 day of the tour (maps available at Tangletown Gardens)

Minnesota Hosta Society Cut Leaf Show: The MInnesota Hosta Society presents this annual show featuring a wide array of hostas by local growers, including cut leaf entries from both classic and older varieties along with newer and trend setting introductions. Saturday, July 22 & Sunday, July 23 @ Bachman’s, 6010 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis,

Planning a Green Kitchen Remodel: Attend this free class led by Castle Building & Remodeling to learn about eco-friendly kitchen remodels, including budgeting, design tips, rebates, and environmentally conscious features. Bring photos of your own space to get started on the planning process. Sat., July 22 from 6-7:30 p.m. @ the Natural Built Home Store classroom, 4020 Minnehaha Ave. S., Minneapolis; sign up @ 612-789-8509 or

Maker Days at Linden Hills Farmers’ Market: Shop for handmade goods from nearly 20 makers while stocking up on heirloom vegetables at this special maker’s edition of the Linden Hills Farmer’s Market. In partnership with Minneapolis Craft Market, the market features handcrafted goods include jewelry, clothing, home decor, pet gear, woodwork from 20 makers. Sunday, July 23 from 9 a.m.-noon @ Settergren of Linden Hills, 2813 43rd St. W., Minneapolis; view event page for a full list of makers




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