2022 Calendar of Events

*These events require registration. To register, contact Kae at

April 19
6:00 p.m.
Plastic-Free Milwaukee virtual webinar*
Hosted by Leah Holloway with Milwaukee Riverkeeper to celebrate Earth Day
May 7
10:00 a.m.
Green Day on the Bay at Klode Park, Whitefish Bay
The Shorewood Waters Project will have a booth at this spring event..
May 21
11:00 a.m.
Pollinator Palooza in Estabrook Park
Hosted by the Shorewood Conservation Committee. Join us at the SWP booth as we launch our Shorewood Waters Pledge!
June 1Kick-off of the Shorewood Summer of Water Action & the Shorewood Waters Pledge
Visit for information about our Summer of Water Action. Take the plunge and register for the Pledge, find ideas for actions you can take and learn about the Pledge contest. 
June 27
Milwaukee River Kayak Trip - FULL
Urban Ecology Center hosts a free river paddle from Kletsch Park to Estabrook's retired dam for 10 Shorewood residents..
July 19
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Go Native - Native Plant and Rain Barrel Workshop, Hubbard Park Lodge*
Learn how to incorporate native plants and rain barrels into your home landscape with Shorewood's Horticulturist and MMS staff. There's also a FREE native plant and rain barrel giveaways! Registration is required for this FREE workshop. Email to register today.
August 2
5:00 - 8:00  p.m.
National Night Out, Atwater School
Visit us at the North Shore National Night Out
Sept 17
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Shorewood Waters Walking Tour (tour begins at 3801 N. Morris)*
Take a stroll with Shorewood's Horticulturist and the Shorewood Waters Project to view innovative green infrastructure installments in Shorewood's neighborhoods with beautiful native plantings. Learn how these installations are managing excess stormwater runoff. You will also get planting tips to help your gardens flourish. Registration is required for this FREE workshop. Email to reserve your spot.
Sept 21
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Natural Shorewood: Green Cleaning and Garden Care at Hubbard Park Lodge*
We are surrounded by a world of beauty but also an abundance of chemicals. Have no fear, SWP will help you find more natural products and share DIY recipes that you can make from simple ingredients. We will also share tips to create thriving lawns and gardens with natural products to help remove toxins from your yard that may be negatively impacting wildlife and local water quality. Registration is required for this FREE workshop. Email to register today. 
Oct 8
11:00 - 3:00 
Shorewood Fish & Feather Festival, Hubbard Park
Join us for this 9th annual festival to celebrate fall, the Milwaukee River, salmon running upstream and migrating birds. You and your family can walk in the river among salmon in waders or stroll through over a dozen interactive and education booths from local partners. Kids have fun in the Kids Zone with take-home art projects on pumpkins, birdhouses and beehives. Enjoy a day in this beautiful park with food trucks and close proximity to the Hubbard Park Beer Garden. We'll launch this year's event with a 9 a.m. river cleanup with the Shorewood Conservation Committee and Milwaukee Riverkeeper's Adopt -A-River program.