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Greenway Station Holds Coat Collection Drive

The Greenway Station Shopping Center is holding is sixth annual Coat Collection Drive.

From Nov. 26 to Dec. 19, they’ll be accepting clean, reusable coats and jackets of all sizes. Coats for children are in the greatest demand, but all coats will be distributed to the local Salvation Army, which will distribute them to local children and adults in need.

"We’re proud to again be teaming up with the Salvation Army in this effort to offer something that so many of us take for granted, the warmth and protection of a winter coat," Corey Kautzky, Greenway general manager, said.

Coats can be dropped off during business hours at all Greenway Station stores including Ashley Furniture HomeStore, Chico’s, Justice Just for Girls, Maurices, Michael’s, Orvis, World Market and the Greenway Station customer service office.

Everyone who donates a coat will have the chance to win one of five $100 gift cards for Greenway Station stores.

Big Pile Of Free Mulch Available At Greenway Station

2nd Season Recycling donated a heap of compost for the recent Middleton Clean & Green event. Much of the compost was taken during the event, but there is still a huge pile leftover!

The compost is located in a field near the 'T' intersection of Market Street and Aspen Commons in Greenway Station.

Anyone and everyone is invited to come and take as much mulch as you want, until the pile is gone.

New Clothing Shop To Celebrate Grand Opening

A grand opening and ribbon cutting will be held at Chauette on Wednesday.

The store, specializing in unique gifts and clothing for women and children is now open in downtown Middleton at 7466 Hubbard Avenue, next to Louisianne's/ETC.

The special grand opening event is set for Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The store will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and offer cool fashions, great giveaways and refreshments.

This will be the second Chauette location. The first is in the Paoli Schoolhouse and Shops Cafe in Belleville.

Perfume Stolen From Store In Greenway Station

Middleton police responded to a retail theft call at Greenway Station last Wednesday at about 4 p.m.

Police said a black man about 6 feet 4 inches tall with a medium build left the Bath and Body Works store with 10 bottles of perfume.

The man was last seen wearing a red shirt and carrying a dark-colored backpack, according to the report.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Middleton Police Department.

FCI Art Show And Auction Is Thursday

The Food Concepts (FCI) Art Show and Auction, a fundraising event sponsored by many local area businesses, is set for Thursday, Oct. 7.

People are encouraged to come out and connect with the local Madison/Middleton community as they appreciate -- and bid on -- art, sip wine and savor tasty hors d'oervres while live music plays in the background. 

Attendees can meet the featured artist, watercolorist Peg Ginsberg, mingle with other civic-minded business leaders and donate or purchase art for a great cause.

Artwork is donated by Individuals and companies, then auctioned off in a silent auction format to benefit MOM (Middleton Outreach Ministry), supporting Dane County families in need in Madison, Middleton and Cross Plains. 

The event runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct. 7 at the Food Concepts Office at 2551 Parmenter Street in Middleton.

The event is free, but an RSVP is required.

Greenway Station Announces Two New Stores

Middleton's Greenway Station Shopping Center has announced the addition of two new tenants, European chocolate shop Chocolaterie Stam and a temporary Toys "R" Us Express.

Chocolaterie Stam will open in 1,212 square feet next to C.J. Banks along Deming Way. Jacobus Stam began his business of making fine European chocolates in Holland in 1913. Three generations later the Stam family continues the nearly 100-year Dutch tradition of fresh cream and nut-filled chocolate bonbons. Chocolaterie Stam is scheduled to open their first Wisconsin store on Oct. 16 and currently has stores located in Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and North Carolina along with six stores in Holland. 

Take A Break At Greenway Station

Dane County's businesses are encouraged to take a break on Friday, Sept. 17 from 9 to 11 a.m. and join Greenway Station for the largest coffee break Middleton has ever seen.

The event is designed to offer a place for local businesses to network together while enjoying a complimentary cup of coffee from Starbucks.

The 7th annual Middleton's Largest Coffee Break, sponsored by State Bank of Cross Plains, will be held rain or shine in a tent located in the parking area near Starbucks.

The first 100 event attendees will receive a free gift bag filled with coupons and special offers courtesy of Greenway Station. In addition to complimentary coffee, there will be free bakery treats.

The event will also include live entertainment by local guitar and bass musicians Ken Wheaton and Tom McCarty, as well as chances to win Greenway Station gift cards, office lunch parties and other great prizes.