Sale & Event Guide: May 16-22

May 16-June 18: Father’s Day Sale at Roam Interiors: With Mother’s Day now over, it’s time to reorient for the dads in our lives. Roam Interiors is offering 20 percent off Fusion pool tables for the next four weeks. The game tables are built to double as real usable spaces with high quality covers that obscure the pool top from view. (2914 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis,

May 19-21: Uncorked Junkmarket Style, Spring Edition: Everything from arts and crafts, to wines and sangrias, to amazing food will be at Four Daughters Vineyard and Winery this weekend. Early bird admission is available so you can snatch up the best goods before they’re gone. (78757 MN-16, Spring Valley Township,

May 20-22: Local Makers at Art-A-Whirl: Minneapolis’s annual art celebration is back for its 20th year, featuring the largest open studio tour event in the nation to connect the public to exceptional artists. The entire event is free, but most artists’ booths offer the opportunity to purchase work. View a list of featured artists here. (Various locations in Northeast Mineapolis,

May 21: Ramsey County Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale: Get strong, healthy plants for summer through the Master Gardening program, an extension of the University of Minnesota that provides research and education to citizens across Ramsey County. Many native plants and other varieties along with ample gardening information will be available all day. (9 a.m.-2 p.m., 2020 White Bear Ave., Maplewood,

May 21: The Power of Balance: Stone Sculptures for Your Garden: Peter Juhl is a stone balancing artist, and will lead a workshop on his craft at the Arboretum. Join him to learn how to combine physics and vision to create a sculpture made out of precisely balanced stones. (9:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 3475 Arboretum Way, Chaska,

May 22: Mill City Farmers Market: Starting this weekend through October, the Mill City Farmers Market is back. Returning makers and new vendors will line up along the Mississippi by the Guthrie every weekend. Get outside and appreciate local creations all summer long. Check out our blog for more information. (8 a.m.-1 p.m., 704 S 2nd St., Minneapolis,

By Maxine Whitely
Photo by Marco Scisetti – Fotolia

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