Brookfield/Elm Grove Monthly

November, 2015

Brookfield/Elm Grove Monthly

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BUSINESS HOURS: MON-THURS 4:00PM-CLOSE • FRI-SUN 11:00AM-CLOSE WWW.SALOONONCALHOUN.COM In the US Bank parking lot on Calhoun & Capitol 17000 W. CAPITOL DR. • BROOKFIELD WI 53005 262-783-0222 MONDAY PUB QUIZ TRIVIA 7-9pm 75¢ Wing Night 4pm-Midnight FRIDAY FISH FRY 11am-10pm LIVE MUSIC 8:30pm- 12:30am WEDNESDAY "Beer and Ballad Night" featuring $2 PINTS and $6 PITCHERS 7-10pm Karaoke 8pm-12:30am TUESDAY FREE POOL open to close LIVE MUSIC 7-10pm FEATURING TOP ARTISTS THURSDAY Taco Thursday 4-10pm, $10 for 3 authentic tacos & 5 Coronita beer buckets SATURDAY LIVE MUSIC 9pm-1am HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL Monday - Friday FREE BACON and: $1 OFF ALL DRINKS 4:00-7:00 PM JOIN OUR NEW VIP TEXT CLUB, GET 50% OFF YOUR NEXT MEAL! Just text the number 36000 & enter the message V343! Confirm with a Y and get the coupon. It's that easy! 2 4 6 8 0 7 0 0 5 Over 2,000 Furniture & Accessory Items for Every Room in your Home! QUALITY DESIGNER FURNITURE ----- FOR LESS!----- • FURNITURE • TAPESTRIES • RUGS • ART • MIRRORS • PICTURES • ACCESSORIES • LAMPS • CHANDELIERS Come see whats New in our 16,000 sq. ft. showroom! C l o s e d f r o m 1 2 / 9 / 1 5 t o 1 / 6 / 1 6 246807003 MAKE AN OFFER 30% of inventory must go for new items! Get Get Y Y our Home R our Home R eady eady for the Holida for the Holida y y s! s! We carry High End Pre-owned merchandise including Ethan Allen, Pensylvania House, Thomasville and more! INVENTORY CHANGING DAILY 14265 Capitol Dr. • Brookfield • 262.439.8745 Hours: Mon., Thurs., Fri., Sat. 10:30am-5:30pm • Sun. 11am-5pm or by Appointment WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! Hurry In for Best Selection! The FREEMAN INSIDE INSIDE PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID WAUKESHA, WI PERMIT NO. 3 Brookfield & Elm Grove T H I S M O N T H NOVEMBER 2015 NOVEMBER FOCUS: SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY Page 1B Small businesses make big dreams come true Charles Auer/Freeman Staff Treat Street co-owner Paul Anderson gives a sample of freshly-popped popcorn to customer Pat Gieringer. By Chris Bennett Special to The Freeman BROOKFIELD — Popcorn, tea and olive oil, along with smarts, savvy and hard work, can form the basis of a business. Three women in Brook- field prove as much every day they throw their doors open to the commu- nity. You likely love popcorn — just about everyone does — and for Wendy Anderson at Treat Street at 18720 Pleasant St. in Brookfield, that love affair is the basis of a thriving busi- ness model. Karen Slager's latest project in a life that includes home-schooling children, adopting internationally and losing more than 140 pounds is Fava Tea Co. at 17115-G W. Blue- mound Road in Brookfield. At The Oilerie, 17125 W. Bluemound Road in Brookfield, Jackie Zach opened a franchise in what is now the nation's largest hand bottler of extra virgin olive oil at the height of the Great Recession and realized a long- time dream. Together, Anderson, Slager and Zach are three women, three busi- nesses and three stories of success in one lucky community. Treat Street Anderson said she's been told Treat Street's caramel corn rivals that of Chicago's Garrett Popcorn Shops, which is known far and wide for con- fectionary mastery. How to get YOUR news into Brookfield Elm Grove This Month We want your community news! We will publish the happenings at your schools and community groups — as well as everyday items and we need your help to get these announcements and pictures published. Submissions must be typed or emailed. No handwritten submissions will be accepted. Please identify people in photos. Please send news items and photos to: See BUSINESS, PAGE 2A Tips on how to coexist with coyotes Page 5A Barbara Eash antiques column 5B

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