Shopping Guide: April 4-10

April 5: Kisa Boutique Edina Opening: Kisa Boutique opens its third location in the Edina 5-0 building on 50th and France. The new store will carry merchandise similar to its other two locations, Ridgedale and the Minneapolis downtown skyway. Kisa is a locally owned boutique with strong ties to the country of Turkey, offering European clothing and accessories made with care in Minnesota and in Istanbul. (Kisa Boutique, 50th and France, Edina,

April 8-10: Poppy Grand Opening in Linden Hills: Poppy will be offering 15 percent off all weekend on new spring styles to celebrate its new location. Also experience a shop-within-a-shop as Poppy pairs with Shü Global Footwear. Receive a $10 Shü gift card with a shoe purchase. (Poppy, 4301 Upton Ave. S., Minneapolis,

April 8-10: American Craft Council St. Paul Show: The American Craft Council puts on a three-day festival celebrating all things handmade. With more than 225 top contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture, and home décor vendors and artists from across the country, you’re sure to find something you won’t find at major retailers. (St. Paul RiverCentre, 175 W. Kellogg Blvd.,

April 8-10: Minnesota 2016 Spring Festival: Consistently ranked as one of the top 100 shows in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine, this festival offers work from hundreds of the nation’s finest artists and crafters. With stage entertainment, hourly gift certificate winners, and copious amounts of food and drink, this event offers family-fun for all. (Canterbury Park, 1100 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee,

April 9: Lowertown Pop: Union Depot in Lowertown welcomes a St. Paul pop-up maker market, benefiting Face to Face and Minnesota Makers. The market will feature local artisans as well as demonstration sessions, such as a how-to on creating the perfect gin and tonic with Blue Henn, and hat making with D8agirl Design. (10 a.m.-4 p.m., Union Depot, 214 Fourth St. E., St. Paul,

April 9: Envision Spring 2016: The Twin Cities’ preeminent fashion showcase returns to Orchestra Hall for its fifth season. The show’s designer lineup includes Cory Allen, Emily Trevor, Form over Function, Hiccup by Handley, Jenny Carle, Joeleen Torvick, Kjurek, and Russell Bourrienne, plus boutique Cliché. (8-11 p.m., Orchestra Hall, 111 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis,

April 10: Forever Bride Market: Forever Bride brings local wedding vendors together to provide couples with the opportunity to meet with the wedding industry’s finest professionals and take advantage of exclusive deals. (12-4 p.m., Radisson Blu at Mall of America, 60 E. Broadway, Bloomington,

April 10: Luci Kandler’s Challenger Collection: Minneapolis fashion designer Luci Kandler hosts an informal fashion presentation, open house, and pop-up shopping event to showcase her spring 2016 collection, exploring our relationship to space through prints that reference the Challenger and Columbia explosions. This event offers ideally sourced water provided by Water Bar and jewelry by Minneapolis designer Larissa Loden. (5-7 p.m., Blockfort Studio, 2920 Talmage Ave. SE, Minneapolis,

April 11: Black Magik Woman II: This event is an all-woman photography collaboration featuring Minneapolis local photographers, stylists, designers, and muses. Local music duo Holidae will be performing during the gallery opening. (6-10 p.m., Norseman Distillery, 451 #19 S. Loading Dock, Taft St. NE, Minneapolis,