Welcome to the Forest Glen Website!
WE ARE A SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, community of 130 or so owners and several renters who share 17 buildings, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a clubhouse with a fully equipped fitness center, 4 ponds, and about 10 grassy acres in Sugar House—one of the nation's 10 Great Neighborhoods.
We want this website to be part of the Forest Glen community. If you live here, let us know what you would like added to this site and we’ll try to make it happen. If you don’t live here, well, we’re sorry about that. (Try checking the units for sale or rent.)
The Board of Directors routinely meets from 6-7 PM in the clubhouse -- downstairs on the 2nd Tuesday of the month and upstairs on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. All are encouraged to attend.
Hawkwatch International Open House
On Tuesday, December 8, from 4 to 6 pm, HWI in Sugar House (2240 S 900 E) will be showing visitors their birds and offering holiday refreshements.
Free Movies at the Clubhouse 2nd Saturdays at 7:00 PM
December 12th. To be announced
Bring a drink, along with popcorn to microwave and something to put it in.
The Glender Art Scene
Through December 17th, paintings by Steve Sheffield will be featured at the Art Access holiday show and sale at Artspace City Center (Suite 125, 230 S 500 W), Monday through Friday, from 9 AM to 5 PM.
Paintings by Judy Maryon and Lynne Petersen are on display at Dancing Cranes (673 Simpson Ave). Lynne's daughter, Erin, owns the cafe inside this huge new-age import shop, where you can tap your inner wisdom while fueling your flesh (tatooed or pure) with freshly prepared light fare.
Informal Friday Socials
Come to the clubhouse with a drink and a snack to share at about 4:30 each Friday and end your week shooting the breeze with like-minded Glenders.
WiFi is now available in the clubhouse, as is HD television (broadcast channels only).
Stretching classes suitable for all ages and sexes are held in the clubhouse Wednesday mornings at 10:00. Everyone is invited.
This website is provided for the Forest Glen community courtesy of Miriam Bloom.