Papillion’s Shadow Lake Mall to host HomeGoods, Sketchers | Butterfly

Workers prepare the exterior of a Ross Dress for Less at the Shadow Lake Towne Center on September 7.


Shadow Lake Towne Center continues to expand its retail offering

The shopping center recently announced that he will get a HomeGoods with a Skechers store. A Ross Dress for Less also opens this fall, which was previously announced as well as other additions to the mall.

Shadow Lake too advertised on facebook that Deka Lash will join the mall. The company offers personalized eyelash enhancement, brow lamination, and membership options.

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Fall fans may also have noticed a Spirit Halloween opened at the mall, offering seasonal costumes and spooky decorations.

HomeGoods is part of the same family of stores as TJ Maxx, focusing on home goods rather than clothing. Sketchers specializes in footwear.

“We are quickly becoming your one-stop-shop for everything you need, and Homegoods is sure to be one of your new favorite places to find everything for your home,” Shadow Lake published on facebook.

The mall offers a full calendar of shopping events. On September 23, Shadow Lake will observe day of action against hunger. Along with Carhartt, he will host a drive-thru food drive for the Heartland Food Bank, collecting non-perishable items, which can also be donated using barrels found inside the store.

The shopping center Family Fall Celebration is Monday, September 12, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Along with a rib-eating contest like Texas Roadhouse, the event also features free hot dogs, face painting, balloon tornadoes, visits from fire and police vehicles, and local vendors with giveaways.


Shadow Lake Towne Center recently announced that Home Goods will join its lineup of retailers. A sign outside Shadow Lake is displayed on September 8.


Edwin S. Wolfe