Geneva History Museum to explore 'Swedish Immigration'

Submitted by Geneva History Museum
Updated 5/5/2017 12:49 PM

As part of the Brown Bag Lunch series, the Geneva History Museum will present "Swedish Immigration" at noon Tuesday, May 9, at the museum, 113 S. Third St.

In honor of the upcoming 68th Swedish Days, hear stories about Geneva's Swedish immigration, which at one time represented more than half of the town's population.


The lunch program is held at noon the second Tuesday of each month, September through May. Attendees are welcome to bring a lunch, and the museum offers cookies, water, tea and coffee.

Admission is $5 each or $3 for museum members. Registration is encouraged to ensure seating and can be made at or by calling (630) 232-4951.

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