Sales & Events Guide: September 12-18

Up Six Vintage, St. PaulVisit Up Six Vintage this week for their anniversary sale.

September 13-18: Up Six Vintage 15th Anniversary Sale: Up Six Vintage is turning 15 and celebrating with a sale. Stop in for 20% off furnishings, housewares and jewelry, 30% off clothing and accessories, and the return of $10 racks. (Tues.-Sat., 12-6 p.m., Sun., 12-4 p.m., Up Six Vintage, 189 Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul, facebook.com)

September 15: Tea + Textiles: Along the Ikat Trail: Learn about the importance of the ikat weave in various cultures while enjoying a warm cup of chai hosted by Khazana Arts and Textiles. Bring your own pieces of ikat weave with you to share and discuss with the group. (7-9 p.m., Khazana, 2225 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, facebook.com)

September 15-16: Vivid Interior Sample Sale: Vivid Interior is making room for new products with a two day sample sale. Take up to 80% off luxury home furnishings, accent pieces, and artwork. (9-7 p.m., Vivid Home, 226 Cedar Lake Rd. S., Minneapolis, facebook.com)

September 16-17: ASID MN Annual Sample Sale: The American Society of Interior Designers Minnesota Chapter is hosting a sample sale at International Market Square. Take 50-80% off luxury furnishings with free admission and parking. Credit only, no cash or checks accepted. (9 a.m.-7 p.m., International Market Square, 275 Market St., Minneapolis, asidmn.org)

September 17: Minne-Mile Night Market at Minnehaha Mile: This semi-annual event showcases local businesses, food, and over 120 artists exhibiting in 60 locations around the neighborhood. The market features food and drink vendors from Linden Hills Farmers Market, artists and vintage stalls curated by Minneapolis Craft Mart, and family-friendly activities. (5-10 p.m., Adams Triangle, 4051 Minnehaha Ave. Minneapolis, facebook.com)

September 17-18: Mia’s 23rd Annual Minneapolis Print and Drawing Fair: Offering original works of art on paper, 13 leading dealers from around the United States and Europe will display their work for sale. The event encourages art collecting in the Twin Cities as well as raising funds for educational programs. Admission to the fair is free. (11 a.m.-5 p.m., Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2400 Third Av. S., Minneapolis, artsmia.org)

By Catherine Stolz
Photo courtesy Up Six Vintage's Facebook page

 

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