Sales Check

A roundup of this April sales, store openings, and shopping news

American Daffodil Society displays more than 1,000 daffodils at its annual show April 25th and 26th. Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Rd., Glencoe; 847-835-5440, chicagobotanic.org/plantshows

Dominican University presents its annual student fashion show at 3 and 7 p.m. on April 4th and at 3 on the 5th in the Lund Auditorium. $12. 7900 W. Division St., River Forest; 708-524-6633

The Left Bank features a Lynn Litwin jewelry trunk show April 4th and 5th. 1155 W. Webster Ave.; 773-929-7422, leftbankjewelry.com

Jayson Home & Garden holds a spring flea market with furniture and accessories from the mid-18th century on up. April 17th through 19th. Opens 8 a.m. Friday, with the first 150 attendees receiving a free gift. Free entry. 1885 N. Clybourn Ave.; 773-248-8180, jaysonhomeandgarden.com

Pivot holds Dresses Week with 20 percent off more than 50 styles from various designers, including Lara Miller and Eco-Ganik, April 1st through 9th. Matching shoes from Mohop and jewelry from Leaves of Glass will also be featured. 1101 W. Fulton Market; 312-243-4754, pivotboutique.com

The School of the Art Institute holds its annual fashion show on April 24th at 2 and 7 p.m. 36 S. Wabash Ave.; 312-899-7404, ticketmaster.com

Silken Tent holds its second annual Harm Not, Look Hot event April 25th and 26th. Ten percent of proceeds goes to The Nature Conservancy. Complimentary makeovers will be given Saturday. Call 847-510-1240 to reserve an appointment. 2300 Chestnut Ave., Glenview; 847-510-1240, thesilkentent.com

Tabula Tua hosts its annual warehouse sale with 40 to 70 percent off discontinued and excess china, silverware, furniture, and other home accessories April 25th and 26th. Call 773-525-3500 or visit tabulatua.com for this year’s location.

White Chicago launches an online boutique for brides, bridesmaids, and moms April 1st. whiteXchange.com

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