Chamber celebrates Glenside
The Greater Glenside Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Glenside Community Partnership co-hosted Glenside Day along Easton Road and Glenside Avenue Oct. 13. Local restaurants and vendors participated by providing food and crafts to visitors while they enjoyed the music of two bands.
“It’s pretty funI” attendee Dorothy McCluskey said. “It’s nice to see so many people providing their goods. It’s a beautiful day with great music.”
Participants at the Wesley Plaza hub of Glenside Day included Anne’s hitchen Table restaurantI Marlene D’2UD]LR AGOHU’s finH DUWs, musicians Diana and Michael McCormacks and the band The Prudent Men. Shops along Easton Road and Glenside Avenue were also celebrating the day with special in-store savings and sidewalk sales. Many of the shops donated percentages of their sales for the day to the victims of the 1SMM Church Road FRnGR fiUH.
“It’s nice to be out here sharing what I do with peopleI” vendor D’Orazio Adler said. “I’m very happy we’re still having a fair like this.”
D’Orazio Adler said she has been attending Glenside Day as a vendor since it started in OMM1I when it was hosted by the township. As a resident of GlensideI she enjoys being out in the community and showing her handmade paper art.
“It’s funI” she said.