February, short and sweet or should I say full of sweets, at least on February 14 it could be.
Even though it is chilly now, take advantage of outside activities that are only available during these colder months.
December is the month the Geneva Chamber brings the Christmas Walk and Holiday House Tour to Geneva.
October is probably my favorite month. It may be the cooler weather, the beautiful colors that fall produces, the chance to pull out forgotten sweaters or the fact that the festive holiday season is quickly approaching.
Did you know, many Geneva’s stores and restaurants are locally owned and the owner might just be the one assisting you when you visit? Their expertise and outstanding customer service just can’t be equaled.
You don’t want to pass up is next month’s Festival of the Vine held Sept. 8-10 in Geneva.
Swedish Days has passed, but July brings the Geneva Arts Fair and Classic Car Shows.
Get ready for Swedish Day, June 21-25 in downtown Geneva.
Our new site is the first stop for shopping, dining and lodging information, not to mention a guide to events in Geneva.
Geneva Chamber of Commerce has a full calendar this spring and summer. The City-Wide Garage Sale and Coffee Crawl are back this month.
Coffee Crawl, City-Wide Garage Sale are coming up soon, and registration is required for both events.
Whatever the month brings for each of you; let the important people in your life know how much they mean to you.
An overnight stay locally might just be the prescription for cabin fever. The Geneva Chamber has a list of fabulous accommodations to fit any budget, interest and family.
Downtown Geneva is still dressed in holiday finery and the courthouse lawn is illuminated.
Geneva is beautiful in any season, but there is something about the aroma of fresh greenery, a breathtaking tree adorned with twinkling lights and visits with Santa that just makes Geneva a little more special this time of the year.