Sales + Shopping: 6/20-6/25

The week’s top sales, shopping, and style events in the Twin Cities:

Garden Party at the Draft Horse: The Draft Horse kicks off the summer season with an outdoor party featuring food, music, brews, and makers. Enjoy grilled eats from Red Table Meat Co., regional cheeses, picnic food, music from Jack Klatt, silent film screenings, local craft beer, and handcrafted goods curated by Minneapolis Craft Market, including LaLunette Jewelry, fair-trade fashions and jewelry from Fair Anita, screen printed tees from Glitchy Goods, and cards by Imagine Cactus. Tuesday, June 20 from 6-10 p.m. @ The Draft Horse, 117 14th Ave. NE., Minneapolis; view event page for a full list of makers

Globe Trotter Estate Sale: Interior designer and Omforme owner Carter Averbeck hosts a unique estate sale that features a rare, globally sourced collection of designer clothing and accessories, antiques, and modern furnishings. Shop gently worn clothing and accessories by brands including Gucci, Versace, Ann Demeulemeester, Givenchy, Manolo Blahnik, Comme des Garçons, and more, plus more than 100 pairs of designer shoes and sunglasses and hand-embroidered silk saris. Furniture includes antiques ranging from the 18th century to today, with highlights including an 18th century French wardrobe and a 19th century Demi-Lune table. Thursday, June 22 and Friday, June 23 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, June 24 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in Wayzata (full address available on Wednesday, June 21 at 12 a.m. at

Hackwith Design House Swim Pop-up: Shop and try on a selection of swimwear by Minneapolis brand Hackwith Design House during this pop-up event at sustainable fashion boutique Hazel & Rose. The swimwear line, handmade in Hackwith’s St. Paul studio, fits and flatters a wide variety of body shapes. Typically only available on Hackwith’s website, the pop-up is a great opportunity to try before you buy. The event kicks off with a reception on Thursday event with drinks and snacks. Party: Thursday, June 22 from 4-7 p.m.; show runs through Saturday, June 24 @ Hazel & Rose, 945 Broadway St. N.E., Ste. 220, MInneapolis, 612-788-4178,”‹

Grethen House 60% Off Sale: Save 60 percent off on spring collections from designer boutique Grethen House at both its North Loop and 50th & France locations. June 22-25 @ 212 Third Ave. N., Suite 109, Minneapolis, 612-339-5702; 4930 France Ave. S., Edina, 952-926-8725,

Peddler: A Night Market on the Mississippi: Minneapolis Craft Market and Frank & Ernest Markets are partnering with the historic St. Paul event space, City House, for a weekly night market every Thursday in June. Shop handmade clothing, jewelry, home goods, prints, cards, packaged foods, and more from a curated selection of more than a dozen Minnesota makers, including Anywhere Apparel, Aprilierre and JoeLuc jewelry, and Bodylish, and enjoy craft food and drinks from Red River Kitchen along with local farmers and food makers. Thursday, June 22 from 4-9 p.m. @ Red River Kitchen – City House, 258 Mill St., St. Paul; view event page for a full list of makers

La Petite Parfumerie Reopens in Wayzata: Since months since closing its store at Southdale, luxury fragrance boutique La Petite Parfumerie has announced its return. The locally owned retailer, known for its high-end collection of perfume and candles from elite labels, will open in the space previously occupied by Paper + Cloth boutique in Wayzata. Open June 23 @ 755 Lake St. E., Wayzata, 952-475-2212,

Max’s Semi-Annual Sale: Receive discounts of 30 to 80 percent on a large assortment of items during the boutique’s semi-annual sale, including fine and contemporary jewelry, home and gift, and artisanal chocolate collections. June 23-July 8 @ Max’s, 3826 Grand Way, St. Louis Park, 952-922-8364,

Idun Studio Moving Sale: The St. Paul designer women’s boutique is hosting a major sale before moving out of its off-site studio at Vandalia Towers. Shop items no longer available in-store at a whopping 70 percent off for two days. Friday, June 23 from noon-5 p.m. and Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. @ Vandalia Towers, 550 Vandalia St., Suite 310, St. Paul, 651-348-6104,

Twin Cities Pride Festival: Shop a wide variety of products from 400 vendor booths at the 2017 Twin Cities Pride Festival in Loring Park. Vendors include My Sister, which will have its collection of men’s and women’s feminist tees and accessories for sale, Ivan Idland menswear, Moxie Malas beaded jewelry, Legacy Glassworks, Isadore Nut Company, Amelia & Holly’s vegan canine treats, Rodan + Fields skincare, Realia by Jen jewelry, and Hagen and Oats wood decor, plus food from 25 vendors and four stages of entertainment. Saturday, June 24 & Sunday, June 25 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. @ Loring Park, 1382 Willow St., Minneapolis,

Ethos Collection and PLNT BSD Pop-up: Shop ethical fashion from two Minneapolis-based businesses at this pop-up trunk show. Ethos Collection is an e-commerce retailer that sells ethically and sustainably produced products, including fair-trade goods and U.S.-made items from brands including Tess + Tricia and Fair Anita. The retailer donates 3 percent of its sales to micro-lending loans for women in the Philippines, Mali, and Ecuador. PLNT BSD is a vegan apparel line that promotes a plant-based diet. Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m.-noon @ Reverie Cafe + Bar, 1931 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis,,

Beauty by Design Grand Opening: North Loop’s newest bridal boutique celebrates its grand opening with an open house event. The business owned by by Minneapolis fashion designer Deborah Block offers eco-friendly, sustainable custom wedding dresses and formal wear by independent lines out of Vancouver, Seattle, L.A., and Block’s own line, KMK Designs, as well as fair-trade designs from Cambodia and India. The grand opening includes vegan snack, refreshments, and promotional coupons. Saturday, June 24 from noon-6 p.m. @ Beauty by Design, 2400 N. Second St., Suite 206, Minneapolis, 612-806-7927,

Maker Days at Linden Hills Farmers’ Market: Shop for handmade goods from nearly 20 makers while stocking up on heirloom vegetables at this special maker’s edition of the Linden Hills Farmer’s Market. In partnership with Minneapolis Craft Market, the market features handcrafted goods include jewelry, clothing, home decor, pet gear, woodwork from 20 makers. Sunday, June 24 from 9 a.m.-noon @ Settergren of Linden Hills, 2813 43rd St. W., Minneapolis; view event page for a full list of makers

Mill City Farmer’s Market: Mill City’s weekly farmer’s market has moved outdoors for the season. Shop for goods from more than 120 farmers, florist, food artisans, restaurants, and makers. This week’s featured makers include Crookedwood, ArtAndes, Hat Make, Jeanne Beatrice Market Bags, npwoodworks, Made by Liz P, Spring Finn & Co., and Worker B.To learn more about this year’s home goods makers at the market, read Jahna Peloquin’s post on the Home Dish blogSaturday, June 24 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. @ Mill City Museum, 704 S. Second St., Minneapolis,

Bean + Ro and Callahan Framing Company Grand Opening: Custom custom gift and stationery boutique Bean + Ro has moved from its longtime home on Excelsior Boulevard to 45th and France in Edina. The new space will featured an expanded selection of apparel, home, and gift items, as well as goods from its stationery shop, The Paper Soirée, and Bean + Ro’s custom framing services will now be handled by Callahan Framing Company, whose second location will share an entrance with the store. The grand opening includes snacks, refreshments, and discounts. Sunday, June 25 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. @ 4528 France Ave. S., Edina, 952-303-3411,