Super Bowl Parties, a Fashion Show and Historic Stories on Tap This Weekend
It's Super Bowl weekend in Geneva. Here are five things to do if the weather allows you to "Get Out."
Here are five suggestions of things to do this weekend—but we're sure there are a lot more. Add your favorites in the comments field!
1. SUPER BOWL PARTY
Where/When: The Old Towne Eatery, 40W290 La Fox Road,Wasco; Sunday, 11 a.m.
Why Go: Friends of Burgess Field will host a Super Bowl party. Geneva graduates Jason & Chris Cellini, owners of Old Towne, will donate 10 percent of all sales back to the Rebuild Burgess Field Turf Fund. Raffles and drawings from noon until the end of the game.
2. FIRST ANNUAL FOOTBALL PARTY
Where/When: Big Fish Grille 1602 Commons Dr, Sunday, 4:30 p.m.
Why Go: Celebrate the Super Bowl with specials including 50-cent fresh shucked oysters and 25-cent hot wings. Dinner guarantees reserved seating, dinner (whole stuffed Maine lobster, surf & turf, 22 oz porterhouse or 16 oz New York strip steak) and open bar. Limited to 60 people so reserve your spot now at 232-2222
3. CABOOSES SUPER BOWL PARTY
Where/When: Cabooses Pub and Grill, 300 Crescent Pl., Sunday, 4 p.m.
Why Go: Draft beer 50 cents off, Absolut bloody marys with all the trimmings $5. Buffet including pasta with hot or mild sausage in marinara sauce, meat sauce, Italian beef and lemon chicken. Call 630-232-9448.
4. It's a Material World Window Fashion Show
Where/When: Park Place Interiors, 407 S 3rd St., Saturday, 11 a.m.
Why Go: Lisa Karban, from Fabricut will display the newest fabrics, and colors from Fabricut and Verrain. Deb Barrett, award winning designer, will showcase her signature couture and cutting edge window fashions. Call 630-232-7799.
5. StoryCorps Revisited: Hear The Stories For The First Time!
Where/When: Geneva History Center, 113 S. 3rd St., Feb. 8, noon
Why Go: On November 1-4, StoryCorps was at the Geneva History Center collecting 24 interviews of everyday Genevans as part of Geneva’s 175th anniversary. StoryCorps has come and gone, but now it’s time to hear the stories! Hear what it was like to grow up and play along the Fox River. Participants will have an opportunity to share their stories.
Pricing: $5, $3 for members and students