Sales Check

A roundup of June’s sales, store openings, and shopping news

The 62nd annual 57TH STREET ART FAIR, the Midwest’s oldest art fair, showcases furniture, mixed media, ceramics, and jewelry from more than 250 artists June 6th and 7th. 57th Street and Kimbark Avenue; 773-493-3247, 57thstreetartfair.org

DANDAMUDI’S CUSTOM CABINETRY discounts Snaidero and Plain & Fancy cabinet products by 20 percent through June 15th. 2121 N. Clybourn Ave.; 773-525-8200, dandamudis.com

LEE ALLISON, a Chicago necktie design company, holds its annual Father’s Day open house with deep discounts on neckties, bow ties, cummerbunds, and more, June 13th and 14th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1820 W. Webster Ave.; 773-276-7172, leeallison.com

LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS holds its Marketplace auction, featuring furniture and decorative arts, June 7th and 8th. 1338 W. Lake St.; 312-280-1212, lesliehindman.com

The 60th annual OLD TOWN ART FAIR includes photography, jewelry, metals, fibers, and drawings from more than 260 artists. June 13th and 14th. Requested donation: $7. Main entry at Wisconsin Street and Lincoln Avenue. 312-337-1938, oldtownartfair.org

PRINTERS ROW BOOK FAIR celebrates its 25th year with new, old, and antique books from about 200 exhibitors June 6th and 7th. Along Dearborn Street, between Congress Parkway and Polk Street. printersrowlitfest.org

TULA holds its second annual summer bazaar with trunk shows from Becky Kelso, Chan Luu, Love Quotes, and more, in its outdoor courtyard, June 26th through 28th. 3738 N. Southport Ave.; 773-549-2876, tulaboutique.com

The WELLS STREET ART FESTIVAL features drawings, paintings, glass, ceramics, and more from more than 250 artists June 13th and 14th. Admission is $7, or $10 after 7 p.m. On Wells Street, between North Avenue and Division Street. 773-584-6631

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