Friday, September 30, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Saturday, September 24, 2011
I was told yesterday once again about my upcoming "ownership" of certain downtown dining establishment. Once again, NO, I AM NOT, please direct the overdue bills to whomever is legally responsible.
Mike V. from Daisy Chain is hosting weekly trivia nights at Bosco's and they just had their first one few days ago. If you think you are a brainiac in a Cliff Clavin way, do check it out!
Friday, September 23, 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Opportunity in Retail Management/Sales:
The Plowshare Center, a downtown Waukesha shop featuring fair trade merchandise, seeks a store manager. Retail experience that includes ordering and marketing is required. The successful applicant must also demonstrate computer skills, excellent customer relations, the ability to present merchandise attractively, and skills to work with other downtown merchants. Applicants will be expected to embrace and share the fair trade philosophy with customers.
Daytime hours vary from 20-30 per week. More information about the Plowshare Center and Shop can be found on our website: www.plowsharecenter.org .
Send resume to Sally Michalko, Plowshare Board President, at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 3, 2011.
No phone calls, please.
Perhaps the inquiry into the question of a recent remarriage didn't go deep enough. While he may have reassured you he did not wed in CA, one may question if he "tied the knot" during his recent disappearance to the tropical island of Hawaii.There seems to be a distinct clue that bells may have chimed under a beautiful sunset on a quiet beach.
I've just found this caught in the spam filter from 8.26.11. Is this a comment on Mr. Otto's status? Is he holding out on us?
10am - 4:30pm
Free with museum admission
The museum's newest exhibit, Owen Gromme: The 115th Birthday Exhibition, is now open through October 29th. To celebrate Mr. Gromme's love of local birds and wildlife, the museum will hot a family festival on Saturday, September 24th, from 10am - 4:30pm! Join us for the following activities:
Family Exhibit Tours
Two Craft Projects: bird masks and bird feeders
Owl Pellet Dissections
Animal Safari Scavenger Hunt
From 11am - Noon, enjoy a special presentation by the Audubon Society! They will discuss bird adaptations with the help of 5 live brids of prey, right here in the museum! Which bird has silent flight? What is the fastest animal on earth? Join us in comparing real-life falcons, hawks, and owls up close while exploring their unique characteristics.
All activities are FREE with museum admission and no registration is required. Please contact the Education Department at (262) 521-2859, ext. 224 for any additional questions.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Monday, September 19, 2011
Please think of him if you had the honor of knowing him. He was one of the guys, one of the dying breed of Main Street.
I wish I can still sit and talk with him and share his wisdom on things.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Friday, September 16, 2011
Thursday, September 15, 2011
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Join us for an art exhibit and reception featuring
Alumni Erik Grau '08, Louise Krampien '07
Carroll Faculty and Emeriti
FEATURED FACULTY: Dan Becker, Amy Cropper, Peggy Thurston Farrell, Ann Gratch, Judith Grochowski, Michael Imes, Robin Jebavy, Philip Krejcarek, C. Matthew Luther, Jennifer Moon, Michael Mortensen, Charlene Nemec-Kessel, Brock Rumohr, Pacia Sallomi , Dean Schmiedel, Paula Jacoby-Spehert, Charles Wickler
FEATURED EMERITI: Wis Guthrie, Kay Kurz, Marceil Pultorak, Tom Selle
10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, October 8
Humphrey Memorial Chapel and Art Center
For a full list of Homecoming events, go to our website. For more information, contact email@example.com, or call 262.524.7237.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
*Email from BID
The BID Office just received information regarding how the businesses downtown can get involved with the Six Fee Under Haunted House. Please see the message below from event organizer Lenny Miller:
Dear BID Business and Property Owners:
I have met most of you at one time or another. If I have not met you, I am looking forward to meeting you in the near future. My name is Lenny Miller and I represent a group of people along with the Freemason Lodge of Waukesha. We are developing a Haunted House as a fundraiser for the Freemasons for their philanthropic endeavors and the restoration of their building. This haunt will be open on Friday and Saturday October 21-22 and 28-29 from around 6:00 pm till the last soul gets through. (Ticket sales will stop around 11:00 pm) we are hoping to draw 3,000-5,000 people. This is around average for other haunts of this caliber in the area.
As a part of the attraction we would like to offer our customers/victims a “coupon” of sorts. If they make it through the maze of tunnels and horrors and manage to keep their flyer, we will present them with a wristband. This wristband will have “Six Feet Under” de-bossed on one side and “Downtown Waukesha” de-bossed on the other (if they do not keep or if they lose their flyer they can purchase a wristband for $1.00).
This is where you come in, we are hoping you would support us by offering something in return for our patrons showing you the wristband. I understand some off you may need something to put into the cash register. We do plan to have a “Coupon” sheet to hand out with the wristband. Along with the coupon sheet we will have a “Bounty Hunter” Promotional Participant board with participants and what they are offering.
Attached is a mock-up of a poster that could be placed in your window to show you are a Bounty Hunter Promotional Participant. Also attached is a form as to what you would like to offer. If you could fill this out and email it back to me that would be great. As an added bonus Bounty Hunter” Promotional Participant will be listed on our website (www.sixftunder.com) as well as our facebook page.
One last thing, we are asking for your help in promoting this. One way to help is to let us display a poster or even put a stack of flyers in your location. I or one of my colleagues will be around in the coming weeks to answer any questions you may have as well as drop off some flyers/posters.
Thank you for your time.
- Email Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org by:
- Mon., Sept. 26.
- A poster will be made listing businesses participating in "Trick or Treating"
- This poster should be placed on your door so participants can easily recognize your business as a "Trick or Treat" stop.
- Have a supply of candy to hand out.
- Have fun with your customers, have employees dress in costume, you can dress in costume, & be creative in promoting your business.
- The only cost to your business is providing candy.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Friday, September 9, 2011
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Friday, September 2, 2011
HBR meets officer Mahoney... This should be an interesting series.