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Geneva History Center Museum Store
113 S 3rd St, Geneva, IL 60134
The museum store inside the Geneva History Center carries exclusive Geneva souvenir items, including unique ChristmasMore ornaments, a selection of books by local authors, china, jewelry, glassware and small household goods. Children will enjoy the selection of historical toys, including some that are handmade. Items relating specifically to the history and culture of Geneva can also be found here.
Resurrection Catholic Cemetery
37w210 Fabyan Pkwy, Geneva, IL 60134
Under the direct care of the Rockford Diocese, Resurrection Catholic Cemetery is for its parishioners' use. ItMore offers grave spaces, mausoleum crypts or niches. Meticulous care is provided. A yearly package offers the placement of flower arrangements throughout the year and a wreath at Christmas. The cemetery site is serviced by Mount Olive in Aurora.
Little Traveler
404 S 3rd St, Geneva, IL 60134

The Little Traveler is the cornerstone of Geneva's unique shopping district, and has been for almost 90 years. InsideMore this sprawling 36 room Victorian mansion, you'll find wonderful surprises in every nook and cranny. Highlights include a year-round Christmas shop, gourmet foods and wines, beautiful lamps, chandeliers and wall decor, occasional furniture, unique toys, women's clothing, jewelry and fashion accessories, wonderful gifts and collectibles from around the world.

The Atrium Cafe tearoom serves homemade sandwiches, salads, and sweets all day, and features informal modeling over lunch hours.

Geneva Chamber of Commerce
8 S 3rd St, Geneva, IL 60134

The Geneva Chamber of Commerce serves all Geneva businesses, helps bring business to the city and supports allMore aspects of economic and community development. 

To the general public and throughout the Chicago area, the chamber is probably best known for its festivals. The four big events of the year are: Swedish Days in June, Geneva Arts Fair in July, Festival of the Vine in September and Christmas Walk in December.

"We've always been a city of festivals," Chamber of Commerce President Jean Gaines said. "And we've worked very hard to produce quality events that generate positive publicity, attract visitors, generate sales taxes and bring the community together."

The chamber also serves as the city's convention and tourism bureau and does advertising, promotions, historic tours, grant writing, prints the Geneva Tourism Guide and coordinates programs with other tourism agencies.

Chamber members receive scores of benefits and networking opportunities—from database management to e-mail blasts to seminars to coordinating holiday decorations. Business expos, referral leads, an annual golf outing, classic car shows, a gift-certificate program, the Soundings newsletter, merchant alerts and seminars are just a few of the offerings.

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