While the LOLA Art Crawl is a relatively chill event, there’s still a vast array of things to see and do. This year’s self-guided tour, now in its 10th year, sprawls through over 60 sites in south Minneapolis’ Longfellow neighborhood, showcasing the work of over 130 local artists. Locations include studios, galleries, homes, lawns, patios, businesses, and more. Some examples of what you might find: vintage tea containers from Paris Antiques, trans-themed comic art by Orion Arts, ethically sourced wood furniture fromNorth City Studios, and tiny dollhouse period rooms by John Elsner. Add in jewelry, pottery, vinyl, and so much more. Find the full list of artists and locations at lolaartcrawl.com. The general boundaries are Minnehaha Avenue from 26th to 46th, to the West River Parkway, Minneapolis.