The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce held its April Business After Hours Networking Mixer at the Wildflower Inn on Wednesday April 12. Located at 144 Pulteney Street in Geneva, the Wildflower Inn is an historic Italianate style home that was built in 1859 and now operates as a Bed and Breakfast. Owned and operated by Linda Sutherland who is originally from Tompkins County and moved back to the area in 2021 from Houston Texas, the Inn features three nature-inspired guest rooms, an updated spa bathroom and is pet friendly.
The next Business After Hours Networking Mixer will be held on Wednesday, June 14 at the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls and will feature a grand opening of the renovated Seneca Knitting Mill location. There is no May Mixer due to the Chamber’s annual Golf Tournament. Admission for the June BAH event is $5 for members and $10 for non-members and is included for all 2023 BAH Season Pass holders. Reservations are required one week in advance. Please contact the Chamber via email at [email protected] for more information.
Business After Hours are held on the second Wednesday of each month 4 – 6 PM, unless otherwise noted. They are open to the public, but hosting is one of the promotional opportunities that is only offered to Chamber customers. For more information about Business After Hours Mixers or the Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.genevany.com or call 315-789-1776.
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