Express gratitude with Fair Lawn Art Council’s project

Chris Bernardo
By Chris Bernardo December 3, 2015 15:04

This holiday season residents can share what they are grateful for on the windows of local businesses.

Gratitude Project, which is hosted by the Fair Lawn Arts Council, will run through Jan. 1.

Residents can look for stores throughout Fair Lawn that are displaying the Gratitude Project poster. The businesses have the window markers to write on the store window about what residents are grateful for this year.

“I feel very strongly committed to this project especially now with all the therrible things that have been going on in our world,” said Councilmember Lisa Swain, liaison to the Fair Lawn Arts Council. “It is really important to remember what we are grateful for.”

The following is a list of participating Fair Lawn businesses:

  • Starbucks, 16-31 Route 208
  • Chocolate Works, 3120 Promenade Blvd.
  • Green Dragon, 19-01 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Petak’s, 19-03 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Ken’s Magic Shop, 28-01 Broadway
  • Nuts 4 U, 34-02 Broadway
  • Frame It, 34-06 Broadway
  • Best Cleaners, 22-06 Morlot Ave.
  • Giovanni’s Deli, 22-08 Morlot Ave.
  • Morlot Wine & Liquors, 22-10 Morlot Ave.
  • Morlot Food & News, 22-28 Morlot Ave.
  • Healthy Life Foot Spa, 23-53 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Dr. Robert Kahn, 23-55 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Modern Bagel, 23-59 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Posh Hair Salon, 24-02 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Radburn Cleaners, 24-13 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Lola Nails, 24-15 Fair Lawn Ave.
  • Luca’s Deli, 6-03 Saddle River Road
  • Hot Bagels, 6-07 Saddle River Road
  • Beyond Hair, 6-09 Saddle River Road
  • Benny’s Bakery, 11-08 Saddle River Road
  • Plymouth Park Pharmacy, 11-12 Saddle River Road
  • Ness Pizza, 11-14 Saddle River Road

Swain said more businesses are being added to the list where residents can express their gratitude.

“This is our chance to recognize all the good things we have in our lives,” said Swain.

The goal of the Fair Lawn Arts Council is to promote the arts to Fair Lawn residents of all ages for free or at a nominal cost.

For further information, email the Fair Lawn Arts Council at

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Chris Bernardo
By Chris Bernardo December 3, 2015 15:04