Geneva Christmas Walk

December 4, 2015

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Geneva Christmas Walk

Kicking off the Holiday Season with enthusiasm was a “hardy” group of Four Winder’s at the annual downtown Geneva Christmas Walk.  Although the weather was crisp, it was a clear night which brought out fun loving crowds of children in wagons and strollers, followed by pets, adults, teenagers, bell ringers and, of course, Santa’s! The streets are blocked off from traffic so we could move easily from place to place taking advantage of the free “goodies being passed out. This ranged from (among the many ) hot chocolate, cider and cookies. Adding to the fun was chestnuts being roasted on grills and given out (free), outdoor stages set up to present singing groups with caroling, the lighting of the main Christmas tree, live models in store windows (we especially enjoyed the ballerinas performing the Nutcracker)! A well kept secret that we discovered was going into their History Museum…you would think this would be boring as a Christmas stop…but the inside of the building has several large rooms and in the back was a huge room that held decorated trees done by various groups and organizations that were amazing.  We were asked to vote on the one that impressed us the most to award a prize. After all the shopping, gazing, ad strolling, we headed to the Old Town Pub on Main Street to meet up with fellow Four Winder’s (where the lower level had been reserved for us) to enjoy some camaraderie, conversation and food. This was a wonderful event and I hope you were one of those enjoying it with us….Mary Scharringhausen

 


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