Unwind with Stress-free Holiday Shopping in Shorewood

Dec. 5, 2013

On the first day of Christmas my true love said to me….relax and make your holiday shopping stress-free. Shorewood invites you to its 3rd annual Stop, Shop & Restore holiday shopping event, 10 a.m. -5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7 hosted by the Shorewood Business Improvement District (BID).

The BID will also host Shorewood’s 2nd annual tree-lighting ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Friday, December 6 on the patio space on N. Oakland Ave.’s North End, between North Star American Bistro and Thief Wine. This family-friendly event features holiday treats, family entertainment and some other surprises.

On Saturday, enjoy a free shuttle around a shopping route filled with complimentary relaxation stations:

–Free hand, foot and chair massages throughout the business district

–Essential oil therapy and acupuncture demonstrations

–Complimentary salon services – stop in and get a free holiday quick style or make up
tips for that upcoming holiday party

–Relaxing beer and wine tastings

–Complimentary homemade holiday cookies, hot cocoa and cider

–Free gift-wrapping station at Big Bay Brewing located at 4517 N. Oakland Ave.

–Classical holiday music

At the same time, enjoy traditional holiday activities including a visit with Santa at Culver's of Shorewood, kids’ ornament-making and local shopping at a diverse range of small boutique retailers offering unique holiday gift ideas for everyone on your list.

“Instead of fighting crowds, enjoy a relaxing stroll through Shorewood’s many shops and restore your holiday sanity with complimentary massages as you find gifts for everyone on your list,” said Jim Plaisted, Executive Director of the Shorewood BID.

Shop the business district, spend $150 and be one of the first 75 people to redeem your receipts at Big Bay Brewing for a $25 gift certificate good anywhere in the business district in January 2014. For more information, visit www.shorewoodwi.com

The Shorewood Business Improvement District was established by commercial property owners and the Village of Shorewood in 1999 to promote the neighborhood as a premier destination for retail and service businesses to locate and thrive.

 

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