Check Out Geneva History Center's New Website!

Just in time for the holidays, Geneva History Center announces a newly designed website.

Santa arrived early at theand delivered a new beautifully designed website!

You can find us at the same web address www.genevahistorycenter.org to access even more information about exhibitions, programs, events and services going on at GHC. Click on the Calendar link at the top of the site to pre-register for our programs online so we can prepare for your arrival.

The homepage includes a slideshow which will be refreshed often. It includes our current exhibition, upcoming program, event, historic photo and the artifact of the month.  At the bottom you can view our most recent "Geneva Minute" and link to our YouTube page with all of the GHC videos.

Of course, there is a page to "Get Involved" where you can become a member to receive notice of our events, special invitations to preview our exhibitions, access to our archives and save 10 percent in our Museum Store. You can also make a donation and become a Herrington Circle Member to receive free admission to our programs. If the $1,000 Herrington Circle amount is too much to give at once, our site offers recurring payments of $84/month.

The website offers a mix of the new and old with access to our social media sites on our homepage and samples of our archive gallery under "Collection." We hope to continue updating and someday offer prints for purchase.

Designed by Robert Hillery of High Medium, the site was paid for by an anonymous donor to GHC.

Maybe the donor was Kris Kringle himself?

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Rick Nagel December 07, 2011 at 06:15 PM
Nice website design! Very well-organized. Really like display of the History Center Minute videos! Thank you to the anonymous donor who helped make that possible!


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