Shorewood Business District News – September 2020

Shorewood Goes Totally 80s!

Round 4 of our Mobile Music series is happening this Friday, September 18th, from 6-9pm. This time the RAD Wagon is partnering up with the band, Mixtape MKE to bring you your favorite 80s high energy MTV dance hits! The first hour the group will stick around the Business District and the final two hours it will be roaming the surrounding neighborhood.
The idea is not only to hear some great live music safely but also to help out our local stores and restaurants. So be sure to check out our retailers sidewalk sales, dine at our amazing Shorewood outdoor cafes or grab your favorite takeout and head back home to wait for the truck to go by. Let
Steph know if you would like the RAD wagon to visit your street!  

The event will also be live-streamed from the Shorewood BID Facebook Page
Special shout-out to the Shorewood Foundation and North Shore Bank for their partnership!

Welcome Our New Businesses!

Hiya Taco opened up last month – who’s had a chance to check out their menu? It’s delish! We waited two long years for this dream to come to fruition and we couldn’t be happier. Check out their website for the full menu. Order online and they will text you when it’s ready! Or pop by and take advantage of their patio, maybe for a Monday Margarita…

Meta Massage & Bodywork provides an entirely new brand of massage. Owned and operated by two medical professionals who provide therapeutic massage for all demographics, Bree (Exercise Physiologist and Cardiac Stress Test Technician) and Kate (RN and Nursing Instructor at UWM) spend your session focusing on YOU. Scheduling a session with Bree or Kate is not just about a spa experience, they will use their education and expertise to target your specific health care needs. Bree and Kate are educated, qualified, enthusiastic, and they would be delighted to see you in their brand new Shorewood office. Book here!

Mask Up Shorewood!

Recently the Shorewood Business District partnered up with Mask Up Shorewood to print yard signs for Shorewood neighbors and businesses. If you are interested in posting one of these signs, please visit the Mask Up Facebook Page or the Shorewood Community Network Page on Facebook. Not on Facebook? No problem! Just email Steph Salvia here.  These are first come, first serve as quantities are limited. Did I mention that they are free to you?!? Win win!

Thanks to everyone who has supported and continues to support our small businesses. It does not go unnoticed and we are so very grateful for the support! -Steph Salvia, Executive Director, Shorewood Business Improvement District

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


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