Bargain Bin

Season passes on sale at Lookout Farm


Lekker Home is running a custom upholstery sale through Monday. Purchases of up to $2,000 are 10 percent off; purchases of $2,001-$5,000 are 15 percent off; purchases of over $5,000 are 20 percent off. The selection includes sofas, sectionals, chairs, daybeds, ottomans, and headboards from Lee Industries, Eilersen, John Derian for Cisco Brothers, and Bensen. Visit or contact the store for swatches and custom quotes. Lekker Home is at 1313 Washington St., Suite 117, Boston, 617-542-6464.


Belkin Family Lookout Farm is selling a season pass that includes unlimited admission for a family of four from May through October along with discounts and gifts. The pass, which costs $149, offers $50 off a child’s birthday party, $25 off a cord of firewood, a canvas tote, and monthly treats including free jelly and bags of fruit. You can buy passes at a free-admission open house this Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and throughout the season by calling or visiting the farm. On Mother’s Day weekend, moms get in free with one paid admission. Belkin Family Lookout Farm is at 89 Pleasant St. South, South Natick, 508-653-0653. Find more information at



Consign My Closet hosts its next sale in Acton Friday through Sunday. Thousands of gently used items for toddlers, kids, and teens including clothes, strollers, sports gear, toys, and books will be on offer for bargain prices. (For example, a Vineyard Vines silk dress will sell for $12; a Petunia Pickle Bottom diaper bag for $40; a Dutalier gliding chair and ottoman for $100.) On Sunday, many items will be up to 50 percent off. The sale happens at Teamworks Acton, 30 Great Road, Acton. Find more sale information at


Socially conscious jewelry company Mikuti has select pieces marked down 40 percent through May 14. The selection includes colorful, elegant beaded bangles and brass pendant necklaces designed by founder Erika Freund and made by artisans in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. Use the code SPRINGLOVE at checkout.


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Newtonville jewelry shop DIVA kicks off its semiannual sale on Saturday. Thousands of pieces dating from the 1700s through today by designers including Jakob Bengel, Patricia von Musulin, Alexis Bittar, Amy Kahn Russell, and owner Donna Soodalter-Toman will be marked down 15-25 percent. Find vintage Czech glass, pearls, vintage and antique sterling silver, and more. The sale ends May 18. DIVA is at 331 Walnut St., Newtonville, 617-916-2063.

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