Julie Lawton, co-owner of the UpsaDaisy boutique shop, is stepping down from her role as director of the Homewood Business Association. Starting in July, the new director will be Lisa Komorowski, co-owner of the boutique shop Loulou Belle. Komorowski will be assisted by Loulou Belle co-owner Dodi Wians. The Homewood[Read More…]
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At least 18 restaurants are participating in Homewood Restaurant Week from Friday, March 25 through Sunday, April 10. Most participating restaurants will have deals exclusive to Restaurant Week. Other restaurants, such as La Voute Bistro-Bar, will have special menu items only available for Restaurant Week. Participating restaurants include Asian Harbor,[Read More…]
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Every year since 2016, the Homewood Business Association has partnered with the village for a public arts project. Art is created by community members and shown at the Artisans Street Fair in June before being displayed around town. Julie Lawton, president of Homewood Business Association “They (the projects) stay up[Read More…]
At the starting point of the “Frosty the Snowman” book walk, Nolan Davis, 4, and his brother, Lucas, 1, posed for a photo with Nolan holding a copy of the book they just received from Bookie’s New and Used Book Store around the corner. The boys did the book walk[Read More…]
Attention matters when a new television show is launched, and as Amazon Prime works to generate buzz for its new unscripted show, “The Pack,” Homewood stands to get some of that attention. Emily Klehm, director of the South Suburban Humane Society, announced at the November meeting of the Homewood Business[Read More…]
Advocates for local businesses will have a chance to show their appreciation Saturday, Nov. 25, by starting their holiday shopping during Small Business Saturday. You have reached content available exclusively to Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle digital subscribers. Receive a 3-day free trial of unlimited digital access. Already a subscriber? Login here.
Businesses in both Homewood and Flossmoor will welcome shoppers Nov. 26 for national Small Business Saturday, thanks in part to the newly revived Flossmoor Business Association (FBA). Sponsored nationally by American Express since 2010, the day is designed to encourage holiday shoppers to patronize small, local business establishments. Nestled between[Read More…]