Positively Pewaukee, part of the Wisconsin Main Street Program is an award winning non-profit dedicated to making Pewaukee a premiere destination and a place people LOVE to call home by:
- Producing events such as Taste of Lake Country, Waterfront Wednesday concerts,Multisport Weekend, King & Queen 1/2 Marathon, and Saving our Students.
- Providing financial and volunteer support through our Community Connection Committee.
- Working with the Pewaukee Schools to provide backpacks for children in need and help to families in financial crisis.
- Fostering business growth and promotion through our merchants’ group and one on one meetings with downtown merchants.
- Beautifying our downtown through our gardening and streetscape projects.
Waterfront Wednesday Concert Series
Hosted by Positively Pewaukee, the event is located at Lakefront Park in downtown Pewaukee at 222 W. Wisconsin Ave, just across the street from Vélocity. You may bring food and non alcoholic beverages into the park, no alcohol may be brought in. The concerts may be cancelled due to inclement weather, please check their Facebook page www.facebook.com/positivelypewaukee for updates.
Please stop by the Handlebar beforehand for a beer as alcohol cannot be taken into the park. Or try out one of our huge pretzels!
Saving Our Students
Protecting the children in our schools is of the utmost importance. As violence in the world grows we are forced to address preparation in different ways. Many schools around the country are implementing new equipment and training programs that will better prepare our school staff. The Pewaukee School District is no exception.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Our campaign goal is simple: raise enough funds to purchase a trauma kit for every classroom, auditorium and gymnasium in the Pewaukee Public School District. Our Fire Department with help from the police department will offer training this summer and fall, so that the teachers and administrators know how to use the kits.
The cost is $130 per kit.
We need 200 kits in order to provide one for every classroom.
That’s a total of $26,000. A small price to pay for the lives of students and teachers throughout Pewaukee.