Festival of Nations Saturday

Have you ever wanted to develop a stronger sense of community in your neighborhood but didn’t know where to start? Are you looking for amazing spring and summer events that are family friendly and healthy? Have you ever wondered what the sign toppers mean that are located at each intersection? Find out Saturday when you stop at the Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center table at the Festival of Nations anytime between 1:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m. Not only is the community encouraged to attend this unique festival at the Geneva High School, which celebrates the diverse cultures in Geneva, the public is welcomed to visit the GNRC table showcasing the 11 neighborhoods in fun, interactive ways. Don’t forget to participate in our Parks Master Plan survey! The information that you provide will help identify what improvements you would like to see in your local neighborhood parks. Find out what the GNRC is all about, and what we can do to help inspire you to make a difference. Let us know your ideas and we will help point you in the right direction to see them come to fruition. Step up and be a leader in your neighborhood and help rally your neighbors to do the same! The Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center is a program of the City of Geneva Office of Neighborhood Initiatives. The GNRC acts as a conduit for the City of Geneva by supporting neighborhood associations identify resources for physical improvements and encouraging the social capacity of neighbors coming together to make their community a better place for all. It is centered on residents taking power to make a difference in their neighborhoods, working with the City, and revitalizing their communities to help Geneva be a great place to live, work and play.

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