Art & Architecture, JUNKMARKET Style

March 5th, 2010 in blog     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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It is with great pleasure that I announce the collaboration of Art & Architecture and JUNKMARKET Style in a retail affair of unrivaled quality. The inaugural sale of the dynamic duo is scheduled for May 6th, 2010 through May 9th, 2010. A charitable kick-off gala will be held on the evening of May 5th, 2010. Our goal is to provide uncommonly good vintage furnishings, stylish art and re-designed accessories for your home, finery for your garden, and many other embellishments to suit your fancy….all under one roof. In addition, classes will be available for those of you who want to be in the know. The event will be housed in the historic Art & Architecture building located at 3338 University Avenue S.E,, Minneapolis, Minnesota. A full floor of architectural salvage, an outdoor garden annex, an artist’s loft filled to the brim, and classrooms with character all await your arrival. There will be something for everyone…. from stuff in the rough for the do-it yourselfers to turnkey designs and everything in between. Mark your calendars now and stay tuned to JMS for details as they unfold. This is an event you will not want to miss!


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simul66 writes: I love that place! Looks like a good reason to travel to the Cities. Posted: 10:37 am on March 3rd
JunkFest_Girl_2 writes: OMG! I have had the jaw dropping pleasure of shopping at Art & Architecture once before and have been DYING to go back...this sounds like can't miss event that will get me there! What a GREAT idea!! Lynette Posted: 1:36 pm on February 28th
DownHomeDIY writes: Anyone looking to share a hotel room?? I think I would be flying in...too far to drive from NC.
p.s. I do not snore, talk in my sleep, etc. ;-)
~MB
Posted: 2:11 pm on February 25th
54girl writes: Oh this sounds like a lot of fun! We will be in St. Paul for the Northland Toy Show May 2nd. See if I can't convince the hubby to stay a few more days. Mary Posted: 3:19 pm on February 22nd
EmmasNookandGranny writes: Another awesome junking event -- how exciting!! It is so fabulous to live in Minnesota!!! WOO HOO!!!!! Posted: 8:18 pm on February 20th
IKM122 writes: What fun! Anyone from the Atlanta area interested? If so, email me at ikm122@comcast.net. Posted: 11:38 pm on February 19th
suewhitney writes: Hi All,

This is going to be a fun event!! We hope that folks come from all over the country. You will be receiving updates and more information as we go along our merry way. I will be posting lodging information soon for those of you who want to come in from out of state. Sissy D...good idea to find friends (new and old) to share the ride! I think this would be a great place for us to start our annual get togethers! Stay tuned....

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:26 am on February 19th
sissy_d writes: Anyone from Northern KY or Cincinnati want to share a ride? I know it's a long trip, but I HAVE to go!!!! Email me if interested: sissy.d@live.com
Tammy Posted: 7:54 am on February 19th
junkfestgirl writes: Okay, if you Ohio junkers can make it, there's no reason we can't! Where do I sign up? Posted: 7:51 pm on February 18th
Junktiquer writes: Awwww, I wish I lived up north! Posted: 2:19 pm on February 18th
alicemom writes: Wonder what it would take for me to talk my HB into driving up to MN. from Texas???? I'll be working on it!
smiles, alice Posted: 1:49 pm on February 18th
suewannabeinkc writes: I think this will be great! Anyone headed up from (or through) Kansas City? That's our neighborhood garage sale weekend, but we could have ours early - then I'd have $ for the good stuff! Hmmm...
Joanne Posted: 1:36 pm on February 18th
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Fjerda writes: It really has been a long winter!! I think I will already be in the Twin Cities for another event plus it is my birthday SO....what a way to celebrate!! Glad to see everyone else has made it through the winter as I have been too quiet on the blogging end. Posted: 11:41 pm on February 17th
roadtriplouise writes: Exciting! Something to look forward after this long winter.
Ann Posted: 8:57 pm on February 17th
MimiToria writes: I for one will be there... Can't wait. After all it's Mother's Day week-end and we get to pick what we want to do on this one week-end if never any other time in the year. lol Guess what I'm going to be doing???? Posted: 3:35 pm on February 17th
chippingcharm writes: This sounds amazing...I've got it on my calendar :) Laurel Posted: 1:26 pm on February 17th
shabbychick writes: Woo hoo - art AND architecture AND junk!?! I wanna come too...working on a plan...

Kathy

Posted: 1:24 pm on February 17th
Junk_Newbie writes: Cool! Can't wait for more details! Heather Posted: 1:15 pm on February 17th
writes: Sue,
Congratulations. This is just fabulous news. I am going to see if there's a way I can come on out to be there too...

Hugs,

Jenny K Posted: 12:11 pm on February 17th
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Lani Posted: 11:05 am on February 17th
ninnarae writes: OH this looks great! And lucky me living in the Twin Cities!! Posted: 12:34 am on February 17th
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