The City of Geneva is hosting a final flash sale where all remaining merchandise (outside of garbage stickers) is being discounted by 50% before the Shop The Geneva Store closes in mid-July.
You can Shop the Geneva Store in person from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday at the City's Finance Department, 15 S. First St., or make your purchase online using PayPal. The discounted prices are currently displayed throughout the store. Shipping prices for online purchases remain the same.
The store will remain open through Friday, July 21 or while supplies last.
2015 Pewter Ornament
The sixth part in a series of City-themed ornaments, this year's ornament features the refurbished Patten House. The building 124 S. Second St., is now home to the Patten House of Geneva Restaurant. Built in 1857 by Geneva businessman George Patten, this stately red brick home was constructed in the classic Federal-style.
From 1890-92 it served as temporary courthouse. Since 1919, the house had been owned by the Nottolini family, and for a time between 1920 and 1930, the building was called the South Park Hotel.
The Luyten family purchased the property to restore this gem to its former glory as a popular restaurant destination opening in 2013.