Shorewood Business District News – November 2020

Merry Mobile Music Event December 5th!

We just couldn’t resist… the Shorewood Business Improvement District brings you the final round of our mobile music series for 2020, Merry Mobile Music. Join us on Saturday, December 5th from 3-5pm with Santa and the elves from School of Rock cruising around in the old time fire truck!  They will be handing out candy canes and bringing you your fav seasonal songs. The tree will be lit in Wood Square as well. Let’s eat, drink, shop and be merry.
Please visit our Facebook Event Page for more details on special dining, drinking, and shopping deals plus the places where Santa will be making some short scheduled stops.

Last chance to bid on local art is December 6th!

The Shorewood Business District has teamed up with the Shorewood Artists Guild to bring you a Fall Art Auction just in time for the Holiday shopping season! Ten of our businesses are hosting local artists. Check out all of the participating locations to see the amazing work our talented local artists will be selling. Bidding will begin on November 1st and ends at noon on December 6th. Use the QR code to make your bids or visit their website HERE. If you are an artist, pop on over to the Shorewood Artists Guild Facebook Page to connect with your fellow creatives.  What an awesome way to support both local artists and local businesses.
(Photo cred @oliviamedrow)


Ghost Kitchen, Taqueria de Leon

Three Lions Pub brings you their ghost kitchen, Taqueria de Leon. A ghost kitchen is a professional food preparation area set up for the preparation of take-out or delivery meals. That being said, Taqueria De Leon excited to bring you about an authentic Mexican menu available nightly from 4-10pm created by Chef Matt Hansen and Chef Flaco. Click here to order and view the menu

Be Beautiful, Support Local!

Buying local and supporting small shops aren’t just slogans this year, they are actions that may quite literally save our small businesses… read more in this OnMilwaukee article written by Lori Fredrich, featuring an interview with our very own Gene Webb from North Shore Boulangerie. Spread the word!

Prost! Hubbard Park Beer Garden is now open year round

Hubbard Park Beer Garden becomes the first year-round beer garden! Open Wednesday through Sunday during the Winter months and featuring a brand new food menu, Hubbard Park has your outdoor dining experience covered including free hot chocolate for kids on Saturday afternoons. Visit their website for all the details.

 Shorewood Today Magazine

Shorewood Today is a non-profit quarterly magazine that is mailed to all residents and businesses in Shorewood and is available for pick-up at the library, village hall, coffee shops, and through local realtors. The BID is one of the stakeholders along with the Village, Shorewood schools, CDA and the Shorewood Foundation. Businesses in Shorewood earn a 10% discount, too. The digital version of Shorewood Today magazine is included at no charge with each paid print insertion. They are currently locking in annual ads for 2021 – for more information, email Michelle Boehm

 Village Updates Overnight Parking Options

Understanding the need for residents to have options for overnight parking, at its October 19, 2020 Village Board meeting, Village Trustees approved the following changes to the overnight parking program effective January 1, 2021
Parking Options

  • -Monthly overnight, on-street parking permits will be available to all residents and visitors (limit two per household/address)
  • -Monthly overnight, off-street parking permits will be available to all residents and visitors
  • -Residents and visitors are still allowed 20 free, overnight, on-street parking permits per licensed vehicle per calendar year.  You must register your vehicle on-line at or call 414.847.2610.
  • -Landlords will no longer need to coordinate parking for their tenants.
  • -Landlords will be able to state with certainty that on-street parking is available to prospective tenants for up to two vehicles per household/address.
  • -Residents of multi-family units (apartment buildings) will be able to purchase overnight, on-street parking without the need to coordinate payment through their landlord.
(Photo cred to @boutiquephotographer)

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the actions of its members” Coretta Scott King


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