The festival revolves around food and wine and runs September 7-9 at Fourth and State streets downtown Geneva.
Guy J. Bellaver’s commemorative sculpture entitled The Key, has been installed and dedicated. It is sited along the West bank of the Riverwalk, immediately south of Indiana Street, in St. Charles.
Geneva’s mosquito abatement contractor will be spraying an application of insecticide citywide Monday, July 9 to control the adult insect population.
Batavia has long celebrated its history as the city of windmills, but in recent years a new symbol for pride has been making a play for the attention of the community.
There is no shortage of reasons to get your family downtown in the summer months. Upcoming Batavia MainStreet events include Cocktails in the Park and the Downtown Batavia Block Party and Taste.
Mark your calendar for the weekend of July 13-15 and be sure to drop by the downtown area to enjoy Batavia’s biggest community event of the summer!
This summer, the River Rhapsody concert series continues at the Batavia Riverwalk. After the concert ends, stick around for an outdoor movie!
14 year old Ali Morgan will perform Sun., 2pm, Aug. 5 at North Aurora Days. Last year she signed with Silverado Records and moved to Nashville, but she’s coming back home to help make this your “Favorite Summer” (her latest release). Read on to find out more about Ali, and everything thing else you need to know about 2018 North Aurora Days.
Paula Schmidt will be the President of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce beginning July 9.
The Geneva City Council approved Mayor Kevin Burns’ appointment of Mike Clements to fill the vacant 2nd Ward alderman seat at a special meeting June 25.