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The Good Brunch
from Goodthings

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Goodthings Hosts First-Ever Good Brunch

Saturday, April 1

WHAT: The Good Brunch

In celebration of spring brunch season, Goodthings will host the first-ever Good Brunch on Saturday, April 1 at Goodthings, located at The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes in Maple Grove. The Good Brunch will feature sampling and product demonstrations; special event-day discounts; giveaways; freebies with the purchase of select items; and a showcase of brunch serving ware, cooking gadgets, gourmet baking mixes, and specialty sauces, spices, cocktail mixes and rimmers. With Easter, Mother’s Day and other spring occasions quickly approaching, this new event was created with the goal of equipping any brunch host with the right tools to entertain guests with class, style and a little pizazz.

WHEN: Saturday, April 1

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

WHERE: Goodthings

The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes

Located off I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane in Maple Grove

RSVP: Text MapleGrove to 797979 to register


• $500 brunch giveaway complete with serving ware, specialty cooking and baking products and more

• Easter Basket giveaway


• Bloody Marys featuring specialty mixes and rimmers, mimosas, egg sandwiches with bacon aioli and French breakfast puffs


• With any $75 regular-price purchase, customers receive two Mud Pie stemless brunch glasses. (while supplies last)

• With any purchase of two Stonewall Kitchen items, customers receive a free mini jam

(while supplies last)

About Goodthings

Founded in 1973 in White Bear Lake, Goodthings is a multi-store family-owned retailer of trendy and classic women’s clothing, jewelry, gifts, home goods, unique toys, and wearables for children. Goodthings focuses on finding trends before they appear in the mass market and specializes in ensuring the purchases our customers make are treasured for a lifetime.

For more information about The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes including a store directory, hours and location, go to:


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