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Shorewood Historical Society
3930 N Murray Ave, Shorewood, WI 53211
The Shorewood Historical Society was formed in 1984 to preserve and promote the rich history of the village. TheMore collection of documents, pictures and other artifacts inspire research and educational programming. Donations of  artifacts that help them tell the village's story are encouraged.  Research assistance is available upon request.
Alliance Française de Milwaukee
1800 E Capitol Dr, Shorewood, WI 53211
Alliance Française de Milwaukee is a non-profit association working to promote French language, culture, artMore and history. It provides private and group language lessons for children and adults of all skill levels and summer camps. Membership includes discounts on classes and events as well as use of the books, audio and visual materials at its resource center.
Stone Creek Coffee
4106 N Oakland Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211
A popular cafe, Stone Creek Coffee is a local chain with a rich history. The attractive space is set up to look like aMore lodge, and with a collection of exposed beams, a fireplace and quarry stone, it accomplishes just that. Stone Creek roasted its first batch in 1993 and has been making coffee here ever since.
Wells Fargo Bank
4015 N Oakland Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211
The Shorewood Wells Fargo Bank on Oakland Avenue is located just north of Capitol Drive. Residing in one of the older,More more charming structures in the village, the home of Wells Fargo bank is an indicator of its long history and banking tradition. Whether you are seeking a loan, mortgage, checking or savings account or financial advice, Wells Fargo of Shorewood is a time-tested option for all banking needs.
River Park
N Oakland Ave & E Edgewood Ave, Shorewood, WI 53211
Now home to the Shorewood Little League and Kickers Soccer, River Park has a deep history reaching long beforeMore Shorewood came into being. In 1872, an entrepreneur named Frederick Lueddemann purchased land to create an up-country resort that encompassed a good deal of the present-day village. It was a sort of German proto-Disneyland of beer gardens, dining halls and open spaces that attracted day-trippers from Milwaukee by the hundreds. Today, the original land holding has long-since been subdivided, but River Park, with municipal parking as well as baseball and soccer fields, is a small remnant of the green dream of Mr. Lueddemann.