Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The store is a specialty retailer in the action sports industry carrying clothing, shoes, and accessories for the surf, skate and motocross enthusiast.
Tilly's opened Tuesday in the lower level of Southridge Mall. Tilly’s is a specialty retailer in the action sports industry carrying clothing, shoes, and accessories for the surf, skate and motocross enthusiast. The 7,000 square-foot store offers a variety of popular brands including: Hurley, Rip Curl, Vans, Reef and O’Neill for men, women and children. This Southern California concept will be located on the Lower Lever near Macy’s. The store is located in the lower level at the former Old Navy location. Another Tilly's is located in Brookfield Squre. Other store openings to watch out for in the newly renovated Southridge Mall include Justice, Journeyz Kidz, Ann Taylor Loft and Body Central.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
A number of Broad Street shops will stay open until 8 p.m. Thursdays and Friday through the end of the year.
The merchants of Greendale's Historic Broad Street invite people to come down to shop during extended hours this holiday season. Shops will stay open later than usual on Thursdays and Fridays. The stores will be open until 8 p.m. through the end of the year. The following stores will be participating in the extended shopping hours:
Having a hard time thinking of gift ideas this holiday season? Food always works! Here are some great items that can be picked up locally.
Lets face it, who doesn’t love food? You know what’s better than food, free food. Which is why food can be the perfect gift. As the holidays approach we all struggle to think of creative thoughtful gifts for parents, coworkers and friends. To make it easier for everyone we have compiled a list of foodie gifts to give to those difficult-to-buy people. The great news is that it’s all local items from the Greendale Village Center. Sweet Treats at Apples of Eden: Nothing says the holidays like copious amounts of chocolate. Get the perfect chocoholic fix at the Apples of Eden candy store. The display case features freshly made truffles and hand dipped goodies. But the treat that is sure to make boys and girls smile this season is the famous …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The mall announces its hours for the holiday season.
Some residents and businesses will start stringing up the Christmas lights as soon as the Halloween decorations come down, but hardcore shoppers know when their dream season begins. Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, has become the accepted if unofficial start time of the Christmas rush. It's a huge day for retailers but only the first of a roughly month-long extravaganza. And thanks to Abe Lincoln, who decreed Thanksgiving a national holiday, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who signed into law that it should fall on the fourth Thursday in November, and Pope Gregory XIII, who blessed the calendar we use by papal bull, 2012 has the longest possible shopping season. To explain: With Nov. 1 falling on Thursday, the fourth Thursday and …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The horse-drawn carriage rides would be every Friday and Saturday throughout the month of December.
Horse-drawn carriages will make the rounds in the Village Center this December. Carriage rides will be offered from 5 to 9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday in December. The rides are being provided by Grandhaven, LLC, and the Village Center merchants. The carriage rides will begin and end at the Greendale Visitor Center on Fridays and Joey Gerard’s on Saturdays and proceed south on Broad Street to Layton State Bank and then return. Carriage rides will be held on Fridays, Dec. 7, 14, 21 and 28 and Saturdays, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Donate your old artificial Christmas tree to Treetime Christmas Creations, and receive 15 percent off a new one of your choice.
A Christmas tree is the center of most families holiday decor. But for households who can't afford a holiday tree, many simply go without. An Illinois business has partnered with the Salvation Army to help make a tree a reality for needy families, and this year the program has expanded to the Milwaukee area. Treetime Christmas Creations and the Salvation Army are teaming up for the second year in a row to gather donated artificial Christmas trees that will go to the less fortunate. Anyone who donates their old tree will receive a 15 percent discount on a new one from Treetime from now until Oct. 31. Milwaukee-area residents should just call 1-800-SATRUCK and indicate they have a tree to donate. The Salvation Army truck will pick up their …