2020 April Newsletter
Glenview Stays Home
Since our last newsletter, the world has changed in a way none of us could have ever imagined.
During this time the FDG steering committee (pictured here on Zoom) has remained focused on one of our primary goals – supporting our Downtown businesses. But it’s you, our loyal residents who have really stepped up. From creating supportive signs for Heinen’s incredible staff, to nominating local health care heroes to be recognized in Glenview Grind’s windows, we have heard many stories about acts of kindness around Glenview. The simple gesture of helping someone receive groceries or delivering a meal will leave a lasting mark as we all navigate this extraordinary situation.
Now more than ever, we would like to hear from you – please send us photos and/or stories of great things happening around Glenview. Wishing you good health until we can meet again Downtown.
Support Downtown Businesses – Order Carry Out
One of the best ways to keep our Downtown on track is to support our many restaurants that are offering carry out and delivery.
Below is a list of Downtown Glenview businesses that are open. Many have the helpful green “yes we are open” sign pictured here. Please use this comprehensive directory created by the Glenview Chamber of Commerce to check hours and availability in advance: Dining In Glenview.
Dunkin’ Donuts – Forza Meats – Gangnam Ramen – Glenview Grind – Gusto Ristorante – Joe Donut – Kim’s Chop Suey – Middy Mags Pizzeria – Oberweis Dairy – Spiro’s Deli – Subway – Sweet Ali’s Gluten Free Bakery – Ten Ninety Brewing Co. – Viccino’s Pizza Co.
Glenview Cycle Open
Glenview Cycle is open to fill your needs, with safety precautions in place. Business hours are: Mon-Fri 11am-5pm, CLOSED WED, Sat. 10am-5pm and Sun. 11am-4pm. Tune-ups are on a first come first served basis. Call: 847.998.5900.
Glenview Cycle is also collecting bicycles in any condition for Working Bikes, which provides transportation options for people in Chicago and around the globe.
Show Gratitude for Health Care Heroes
Tie a blue ribbon on a tree or mailbox in front of your home to show thanks and support for our health care workers. You can pick-up a blue ribbon at the Glenview Grind drive-thru. What a great way to show the 💙!