Inside Total Defense's shop, firearms, ammunition, camouflage backpacks, and hunting gear line tall shelves. Patrons following the cobbled-tile floor to the back counter can meet with educated staff members who help repair, build, and customize their guns and American Girl dolls. In the classroom, federally licensed instructors draw on their experiences in self-defense and mixed martial arts to teach women's self-defense classes and concealed-carry courses.
Today's Groupon can be redeemed at the following three market days and locations: Saturday, April 30 at the Washington City Fairgrounds in Lake Elmo; Saturday, May 14 at the Anoka County Fairgrounds in Anoka; or Saturday, May 21 at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center in Duluth. Saturday sales run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This deal is not valid on Sunday. Admission fee to the markets is $1, but shoppers can enter free by donating a nonperishable food item for the Second Harvest food shelves.
A women's store where every woman can shop regardless of age, size or income! We want to make shopping fun again without having to focus on being so frugal, everything we have is a "good deal". Fashion, fine & handcrafted jewelry, hair accessories, sunglasses, handbags, Misses & Plus Size clothing sizes small-6X & more!
A tall painted portrait, illuminated from above, shows a woman standing barefoot holding a lamb. Follow her glance downwards and sideways, and you'll sight row upon brightly colored row of carefully stacked skeins of yarn from brands such as Blue Sky and Spud & Chloë. Classes teach tender-footed knitters to wield these materials with care, and more advanced offerings cover refined and specialized stitching skills. The shop also carries its own line of all-natural soaps, household cleaners, and moisturizers designed to soften hands toughened by efforts to wrestle needles away from uncooperative porcupines.
Every year, 101 Market opens its fields to share fall fun with other area families. The centerpiece of the fall festival is the harvest corn maze, where this year's design pays homage to the Minnesota's hunting and fishing seasons. After navigating the twisting stalks visitors can explore other farm-themed attractions such as the animal train, corn cannon, cock-a-doodle-zoo, and new jumping pillow.
Families who want to bring the fall-themed fun home can browse 101 Market's wide selection of pumpkins and mums, along with cornstalks and straw bales for decorating yards and houses for the season. Kids and parents can also chomp down on locally grown apples, squash, and potatoes, along with other in-season produce.