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History of The Little Traveler

March 21, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

| $20

Even local history buffs are sure to learn something new during this breakfast seminar with a historian from The Geneva History Museum. Discover how Kate Raftery, founder of The Little Traveler, was instrumental in creating the Third Street we know today. Video interviews with Kate’s former employees and excerpts from her letters will be shared.

$20 includes a traditional Swedish breakfast and a shopping coupon. Register online or by phone. Proceeds will be donated to The Geneva History Museum. Please note: we do our best to accommodate parties of all sizes, but in some cases, parties larger than 4 may be seated at separate tables.

Program will be held in our Atrium Cafe.

Online registration for this events is closed. Please call the store and ask for the Events line to inquire about availability.

***If you've registered for an event and have dietary restrictions or a disability, especially if it might cause difficulty walking short distances or going up and down steps, please describe in the Order Notes field next to billing information at checkout. If you'd like to be seated by a person/group that has registered separately, please note their names in the Order Notes field next to billing information at checkout.***

We have a 48-hour cancellation policy. To receive a full refund, you must call the store and inform the Events Manager at least two days before the program.


March 21, 2018
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Event Category:
Little Traveler

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