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  1. Scavenger Hunt-Shorewood Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Month 2018

    May 21, 2018, All Day

    Starting Monday, May 21, the Village will provide daily clues for the scavenger hunt to find the hidden medallion. Tune in to the Village of Shorewood's Facebook page to see the daily clues. Culvers of Shorewood and Corner Bakery are providing the lucky winner, who finds the medallion, with a $20 gift card to each restaurant.

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  2. Build a Monarch Habitat Program

    May 23, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Village Center

    Help Shorewood Community by Participating in Build a Monarch Habitat Program. On Wednesday, May 23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. please join us for the event - Build a Monarch Habitat. The event will be in the Village Center lower level conference meeting room. This is an intergenerational workshop with Lake Bluff 6th grade students to build a habitat to raise Monarch caterpillars. Although only 5% of Monarch eggs actually become a butterfly, many residents are raising them in protected environments and then enjoying releasing the butterfly. This program is free. Registration is appreciated. Please contact Senior Resource Center Coordinator Elizabeth Price at 414.847.2727 if interested.

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  3. Shorewood's Jane's Walk (Rain or Shine)

    May 23, 2018, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Three Lion's Pub

    Connecting Shorewood's Food, History, Public Art, Neighborhoods and Businesses. Jane Jacobs was an urbanist and activist whose writings championed a community-based approach to city building. Her 1961 treatise, The Death & Life of Great American Cities, introduced ground-breaking ideas about how cities function, evolve, and fail that have become commonsense. Shorewood's Business Improvement District and WIS Congress for New Urbanism are hosting a Jane's Walk on Wednesday, May 23. Jane's Walks are free neighborhood walking tours that celebrate and investigate the people and places that make a city great. Space is limited to 25 and it's free. The walk starts at Three Lion's Pub at 6:30 p.m. and ends at Milwaukee Brat House at 7:30 p.m. - rain or shine. Register by emailing If you want to find out more about other Jane's Walks going on throughout May, go to

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  4. Enforcement Day-Shorewood Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Month 2018

    May 24, 2018, All Day

    On Thursday, May 24, the Police Department will be collaborating with the Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Committee to implement a special enforcement day. The enforcement will entail police officers reminding the public to yield to pedestrians when crossing the street at intersections as well as requesting bicyclists to share the walk with pedestrians on the sidewalk.

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  5. Shorewood Memorial Day Program

    May 27, 2018, 4:00 PM - May 28, 2018 @ Atwater Park/Atwater Beach

    Shorewood's annual Memorial Day Program will be held on Sunday, May 27 at Atwater Park at 4 p.m. It is a beautiful program, featuring several Shorewood students, including a soloist, readers, and members of the orchestra, along with local and state dignitaries and a bagpiper. The keynote speaker is Tiffany Koehler, who served with the Army Reserves and the Wisconsin Army National Guard for a total of 14 years. Tiffany grew up in Shorewood and attended Shorewood Schools. Bring your lawn chair or blanket to sit on to enjoy the program, which takes place rain or shine, with Lake Michigan as the beautiful backdrop. Please join your Shorewood neighbors as we honor all Veterans and pay tribute to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice so that we may call ourselves free.

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  6. March on Milwaukee Community Discussion

    May 29, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Kingo Lutheran Church

    In August 1967 the Youth Council of the Milwaukee NAACP led the first of 200 nights of marches calling for fair housing throughout the city. In April 1968 following the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Milwaukee's Common Council passed an open housing ordinance that extended beyond the National Civil Rights Act signed into law just weeks before. This history, largely overlooked by historians, affects our city today. Kingo Lutheran Church will host and facilitate a discussion surrounding the March on Milwaukee which occurred 50 years ago. The discussion will take place on Tuesday, May 29. Discussion materials were developed by students in Marquette University's Future Milwaukee community leadership program. Join us for an open discussion, learn about Milwaukee's history, and share your stories of social justice. This event is FREE and open to the public. Seating is limited. Register at or by calling 414.964.2620.

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