Final winter market

The Kingfield Fulton Spring Farmers Market is returning to Bachman’s Saturday for its last winter market, featuring more than 30 vendors selling locally grown and produced foods and crafts. From 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., shoppers can select from greenhouse greens and apples, baked goods, jams and jellies, pickles, honey and maple syrup. Fulton Brewery will be selling beer, and the Moral Omnivore food truck will be on hand. Find a full list of vendors at http://tinyurl.com/bcqv8vk.

If you miss this installment of the market at Bachman’s, 6010 Lyndale Av. S., Mpls., the first Kingfield Fulton outdoor market of the season will be May 16.

Gardening with kids

Help your kids get their green on with the Kid-Friendly Mini Garden Workshop Saturday at Bachman’s. Bring a child age 6 and up to learn about miniature landscapes in an interactive workshop led by a Bachman’s designer. The $50 ticket cost (per pair) covers all the materials, including provided plants, natural objects and miniature figures. (Adults may attend alone.) 2 to 4 p.m. at the Bachman’s on Lyndale, Design Room. Register at bachmans.com or 612-861-7711.

Room & Board paint

Room & Board is following in the line of other home furnishings retailers (such as Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn) in developing a line of paints that coordinates with its modern furniture and accessories. The Edina-based chain has partnered with Minneapolis-based Valspar for a “curated palette” of interior paints branded Room & Board Colors by Valspar. The collection is available exclusively at Room & Board’s 14 showroom locations nationwide.

The paint-and-primer-in-one paint is zero-VOC, low-odor and quick-drying to a durable, stain-resistant eggshell finish. The color offerings include six neutrals: White, Limestone, Sandstone, Cement, Putty and Charcoal.

New IMS showroom

A new showroom in Minneapolis’ International Market Square — FUSE — features commercial furnishings, fabrics, lighting, wallcoverings, flooring and other design resources for residential uses.

Christine Frisk, ASID and owner of InUnison Design, said with FUSE she can provide residential interior designers, architects and other design professionals with easy access to lines used by the commercial design industry, including Carnegie, DellaRobbia, Vitra and many more.

Like many of the IMS showrooms, FUSE serves trade professionals, but does offer Minneapolis College of Art and Design grad work for sale to the public. FUSE is equal parts showroom and art gallery, featuring paintings, photos and other work by MCAD alumni who graduated more than five years ago and thus aren’t eligible for the annual school sale.

More info at http://imsdesigncenter.com/tenants/fuse.

Martha Buns