The Palos Heights Public Library celebrated the community by sharing one of the all-time favorite friendship stories, Charlotte’s Web. There were also Halloween themed treats and crafts for guests to enjoy!
Volunteers from the community helped spruce up the local neighborhood parks, while local businesses sponsored the garden equipment, plants, mulch, and more. We brought enough deep dish pizza to feed the 450 hungry, hardworking volunteers, and no surprise, it was a big hit!
Our Flossmoor team ended the day by posing for a picture with Seymour, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s mascot.
The event was Harry Potter themed and celebrated the 20th anniversary of the first book in the series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” J.K. Rowling’s fictional world was brought to life by guests wearing cloaks and holding wands in a Hogwarts decorated room while enjoying live music, an art auction, and the company of local artisans. All proceeds benefitted the New Lenox Public Library.
Somehow, our famous deep dish pizza magically vanished over the course of the evening…
Our carryout location in Flossmoor participated in Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s Sweetheart Dance at the Sports Complex in Homewood on Friday February 10th.
The event’s purpose was to recognize the important relationship between a young lady and an influential male figure in her life. Guests enjoyed root beer floats, a photo booth, dancing, a decades themed costume contest, and of course … deep dish pizza!
Still being a new restaurant in the area since opening in October 2016, our team strives to and has done a great job thus far in immersing itself in the community.
Lou Malnati’s in Tinley Park donated a pizza lunch for girls attending the 2nd Annual LPGA/USGA Girls Golf Day at Silver Lake Country Club on Saturday, August 13th.
The girls brushed up on their golf skills, then took a break for lunch. Judging by the photo, they definitely enjoyed the golf, but pizza was the highlight of the day!
On Saturday, March 19th, our Palos Heights pizzeria served slices of our famous deep dish pizza at the “Art of Inflation” balloon show at the Palos Heights Library.
The show was put on by Dale Obrochta, also known as “Magical Balloon-Dude Dale.” His mix of comedy and incredible balloon art had the whole audience laughing. After the show, the crowd enjoyed slices of deep dish pizza while they looked at Dale’s finished works of balloon art.