Sale & Event Guide: May 30-June 5

Through June 5: Danish Teak Classics Memorial Day Sale: Everything in the showroom and warehouse is 10-50 percent off. Shop the store’s vintage modern furniture, lighting, art glass, ceramic art, and other home accessories. (The Northrup King Building, 1500 Jackson St. NE, Ste 277, Minneapolis, 612-362-7870,

June 1: Ciel Home & Loft Flagship Opening: The new store is projected to open this Wednesday in a larger space across the street on Excelsior Boulevard. With design collaborations incorporating custom wallpaper, jewelry, decorations, and more all by local makers. (4415 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park, 952-922-2747,

June 2: Moroccan Travels and Textiles with Caracol Trading Co.: Imported arts and textiles store Khazana will host the first pop-up for Caracol Trading Company, an online retailer specializing in global collections of home goods and accessories. The company’s international reach has left its founder Gina Czupka with memorable moments. Listen to her stories of Morocco and browse retail from the country, curated by Caracol. (7 p.m., 2225 Lyndale Ave. S, Minneapolis, 612-339-4565,

June 4: Arden Trading Co. Launch Party at Able Seedhouse & Brewery: Arden Trading Company is opening its doors with brews, food trucks, and a lot of new inventory. Browse textiles, accessories, home goods, and jewelry at this family-friendly event. (1-4 p.m., 1121 Quincy St. NE, Minneapolis,

June 4: Mill City Farmers Market: New vendors and returning makers will line up along the Mississippi by the Guthrie every weekend until October. Get outside and appreciate local creations all summer long. Check out our blog for more information.This weekend is also Urban Farming Day at the market, where city dwellers can view exhibits and learn how to grow food and plants in urban spaces. (8 a.m.-1 p.m., 704 S 2nd St., Minneapolis,

June 4: Landscape Revival Native Plant Expo & Market: Twelve local growers will sell native plants for gardeners to enjoy. Experts will present on how to use space smartly and explain why using native plants helps Minnesota’s ecosystem. No growers use heavy chemicals, so the entire event is environmentally friendly. (9 a.m.-3 p.m., 1201 Larpenteur Ave. W., Roseville, 651-291-2596,

By Maxine Whitely
Photo by a40757se – Fotolia

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