Sales + Events: March Includes Spring Flowers and Produce, Maker Crafts, and Decor

This month’s shopping and event highlights in and around the Twin Cities

Winter Flower Show

Photo by Susannah Baudhuin

If you haven’t yet, soak up some color, warmth, and humidity by visiting the 2023 Winter Flower Show in the Como Conservatory’s Sunken Garden. Through March 19, the garden is abloom in pinks and purples, designed to transport you out of the long winter and into spring. This year’s featured plants include cyclamen, azaleas, camellias, veltheimia, cineraria, and foxgloves. @ Como Conservatory

Minneapolis First Saturday Farmers Market

Photo courtesy Adobe Stock/Jolyn

Huzzah! The Minneapolis First Saturday Farmers Market opens March 4 in the Mill City Museum’s common area from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Local farmers will have fresh produce, while local artisans will provide handmade goods and gifts for sale. Grab some lunch and sit on the steps overlooking the Mississippi River—if temps aren’t too cold. @ Mill City Museum

Visions From the Land

The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s Visions from the Land: Pop-Up Events continues with Anishinaabe silversmith Josef Reiter. For more than two decades, this award-winning artist has been refining his jewelry designs by combining his love and respect for nature with silversmith techniques to create one-of-a-kind pieces infused with depth and meaning. Meet Reiter and purchase an heirloom between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on March 4 and 5. @ Reedy Gallery at the Arboretum.

Minneapolis Vintage Market

And… it’s still happening. For good reason. The Minneapolis Vintage Market, returning in March again at the Machine Shop, includes two floors of vintage clothing, accessories, and home goods; a pop-up by Edina Coffee Roasters; and a food truck. The Machine Shop bar will be open while DJ Buster Baxter spins tunes. Selections are available from over 250 vintage collectors selling Minnesota’s best vintage clothing, accessories, and home goods. Sunday, March 20, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. @ Machine Shop

Quincy Street Makers Market

The Quincy Street Makers Market is perfect for Twin Cities shoppers dedicated to craft, one-of-a-kind decor pieces, and supports dozens of local makers who create delectables to wear, wonder at, eat, and enjoy. The market takes place in the spacious Quincy Hall in Northeast Minneapolis. Sunday, March 26, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. @ Quincy Hall

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