Sale & Event Guide: May 9-15

Scout vintage collective

May 11: Heritage Manufacturing in Minnesota: Minnesota brands Faribault Woolen Mill Co., and Nordic Ware will discuss what it takes to be heritage manufacturers in Minnesota. Presented by the American Craft Council, this event is part of the larger Library Salon Series, which is a compilation of free public presentations that explore a variety of crafts and creations. (7 p.m., 1224 Marshall St. NE, Suite 200, Minneapolis,

May 12-14: Remnant: Urban Estate Market: Homes hold such a wide variety of items, and this event will showcase one family’s collection of unique living materials. From sewing materials to vintage clothing to Asian antiques to toy and doll collections, Remnant’s collection truly embraces a welcoming unlikeliness. (700 N Washington Ave., Unit 218, Minneapolis. See special parking instructions at

May 14: Spring Entertaining Lab at Ampersand: Interior Designer Mary Hickey will advise attendees on how to style a home for the season. Bring your favorite patterned piece and receive guidance on how to utilize the design as a point of inspiration for a larger area. (10-11 a.m., 3445 Galleria, Edina,

May 14: Vintage & Made Market at Scout Vintage Collective: The monthly market pops back up this weekend with dozens of handmade and vintage products on sale alongside good food, live music, and local tradition. (10 a.m.-4 p.m., 8016 Medicine Lake Rd., Minneapolis,

Ending May 15: Ciel Loft & Home Relocation Sale: The home furnishings store is on the move—to a larger space across the street on Excelsior Boulevard. Take 20 percent off storewide—including new arrivals—plus additional markdowns. (4416 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park, 952-922-2747,

By Maxine Whitely
Photo courtesy of SCOUT vintage collective


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