In following the Illinois Department of Health guidance for reopening public spaces during the COVID-19 pandemic, face coverings are required for all visitors to the History Center and Stacy's Corners Store. Social distancing measures are in place.
At Stacy's Corners Store, you will see signage instructing you to leave your purchases on the counter inside the store, then go out to the lobby to pay through the store window.
Hand sanitizer is available for use, and shared surfaces are frequently cleaned throughout the day. Disposable masks are available for free for those who need them.
For the sake of other visitors to GEHS, our staff and volunteers, we ask that you please stay home if you or a member of your household are currently ill, experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, if you are running a fever or have recently been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Stacy's Tavern Museum will likely be closed until Phase 5. But yes, the grounds are open. Feel free to walk around outside the museum. Ward Plaza (corner of Geneva Rd., Main St. and St. Charles) has nice benches for sitting outdoors.
By entering The Glen Ellyn History Center, Stacy's Corners Store, Stacy's Tavern Museum or becoming a member/donor/guest/visitor/shopper of the Glen Ellyn Historical Society, you acknowledge and agree that there are risks associated with entering the premises, including but not limited to: tripping and falling, having an allergic reaction, and contracting an illness. You agree to release and forever discharge and hold harmless The Glen Ellyn Historical Society and its directors, officers, employees, and agents from any and all liability, claims, and demands of whatever kind or nature which arise or may hereafter arise from your visit, including any claim you may have against any of them with respect to any bodily injury, personal injury, illness, death, or property damage whether caused by their negligence or otherwise. By entering Glen Ellyn Historical Society and/or Village of Glen Ellyn property, you acknowledge the contagious nature of COVID-19 and voluntarily assume the risk of visiting. You also acknowledge that you do not knowingly have any COVID-19 symptoms nor have you recently tested positive for the virus or recently been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the virus..
PLEASE NOTE: Stacy's Corners Store is open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday thru Saturday for in-person shopping (following COVID-19 safety precautions), for contactless pick-up, free local delivery, and you can also schedule an appointment to shop. The History Center remains closed for public events. Stacy's Tavern Museum will remain closed until Phase 5. Please check our Facebook page for posts and videos about local history! We miss you and hope to see you soon. Stay well!
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Stacy's Tavern Museum is proud to be a Blue Star Museum!
Many thanks to our business and organization supporters:
Ancel Glink, P.C. Barone's of Glen Ellyn Berneche2 Architecture, PC Busy Bee Barber Shop
Chicago Suburban Antiques Dealers Association Curtain Up Classroom
The Jeff Diver Group Environmental Law P.C. EP Doyle & Son, LLC
Edward Jones Investments, David K. Scatterday, AAMS
Fire & Wine Forest Hill Cemetery of Glen Ellyn Glen Ellyn Bank & Trust/Wheaton Bank & Trust
Glen Ellyn Woman’s Club The Gorz Group Highway & City Transit, Inc. Holladay Properties
InfoTech Resources Mail ‘n Stuff, Inc. Precision Payroll of America, LLC
Roger Olson Woodworking Services The Reliquarians of Glen Ellyn Gail Rosseau, M.D., Neurosurgeon
Salt Creek Civil War Round Table Silver Foxes Travel Kathy Slovick, Coldwell Banker Realty
Michelle Thorsell, SMT Architects, P.C. Peter Troost Monument Company Twig 'n Bloom Garden Club
The Village Herbalist Park-LaCour Team, Wintrust Wealth Management
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