Events for 2014
Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month - Visit the Museum of Geneva History, open from 2:00 to 4:00 PM (except Mother's Day), located next door to the Geneva Community Center on 1st Street. Come visit, admission is free. Geneva Historical Museum
February 1, 2014 - Geneva Bus Tour - The 14th Annual Geneva Historic Bus Tour is a 90 minute narrated tour that takes place on a comfortable tour bus as it winds its way through historic Geneva. While looking at pictures of how Geneva used to be, you then see the historic locations and structures that still exist. There are two tours - - 9:30 AM OR 11:30 AM and the tours begin and end at the Geneva Community Center. (The tour for 2015 will be the first Saturday in February.)
February 1, 2014 - Saturday -The annual Geneva Pancake Breakfast takes place in the Geneva Community Center from 8:30 to 11:30 AM. Relax over breakfast with your Geneva neighbors! Come enjoy pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee for a modest $5 per person donation. The Geneva Historical Society which will also be selling its books, T-shirts, prints, etc. Come have breakfast, meet your neighbors, and then tour the Geneva Museum free from 9:00 - 11:30 AM. No reservations needed. You do not have to go on the bus tour to enjoy the Pancake Breakfast. Benefits Geneva's Boy Scout Troop.
February - April, The Museum of Geneva History presents: "From Hats to Hobbles" exhibit which is on display at the Museum through the end of April at normal Museum times: 2:00 - 4:00 PM on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month - or by appointment - 407-349-569. There are outfits displayed which were worn by the women and children of Geneva between 1890s-1910 and an exhibit of historic photos of Geneva men, women, and children taken during that era.
May 3, Saturday - Start your Saturday at the Geneva Historical Society's Annual May Day Picnic & Annual Meeting at Fort Lane Park (off Jungle Road) beginning around 11:00 AM. Come join us for an old-fashioned fish fry with some music on the side. Members free. Guests - $7 for a dinner. Bring a side dish or dessert that is large enough for your family. The Society will provide the meat and drink.
November, (date to be determined) a Saturday in November – Don’t miss the new tradition of the Geneva Cemetery Tour. This will be the fifth tour, which begins promptly at 6:30 PM and will last a little over an hour. Follow your Lantern Leader through the Geneva Cemetery to the final resting places of some of Geneva’s long-departed citizens. Admission is free but a donation to the Geneva Historical Society is always appreciated. Bring a flashlight to assist you on your return to your car at the end. The cemetery is located at the end of Cemetery Rd., off 1st Street in Geneva.
December 13 & 20, Saturdays - Need some neat Geneva Christmas gifts? The Geneva Historical Society will be having its annual Historical Society Post Office Sale. We will be selling books on the history of Geneva, photo books, new book on the story of Geneva's Lincoln Conspiracy Connection, Geneva T-shirts S-XXL, Geneva hoodies, old-fashioned stocking stuffer toys, pen & ink or watercolor Geneva prints, etc. We will be near the tree at the Geneva Post Office from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. Get those last minute gifts for your Geneva loved ones.
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