Red Hat Day in Genoa

Red Hat Society Chapters from across northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin are coming to downtown Genoa this Friday, April 27th for a day of fun, dining and shopping from 9:30am through 3pm. Come early for breakfast on your own at Genoa Cafe. Stop by the library to get your welcome bag, make a sign to carry in the parade, and some surprises. Then it’s on to the shops! Enjoy a day of fun in Genoa from great food and shopping to gentlemen with white gloves to assist you!

Genoa is located at the intersection of Rts. 72 and 23, an easy drive from anywhere in northern Illinois or southern Wisconsin. This will be Genoa’s 5th Annual Red Hat Day and they’ve put together a full schedule of events for the day with their own brand of fun. To see the full schedule please click the Read More link below.

9:30-10:00 Check in at library and pick up your welcome bags
10:00-10:15 The entertaining thoughts of Rev. Tim Frick at the library
10:15-10:30- Parade down Main Street. Bring your chapter banners!
10:30-10:45 Hat judging with prizes for best individual hat and best group of hats
10:00-3:00 Bake sale at Citizens Bank! Great whole cakes and pies. Take home a treat!
9:00-4:00 Flea market at the Museum. Free gifts while they last!
10:00-4:00 25 fabulous door prizes (no purchase necessary!) & free tasting of gourmet treats at Victoria’s Crossing
10:45-1:00 Get your group photo taken at Erica Scalf Photography. Free!
11:00-3:00 Help paint a mural at Found It Gallery and Design Center
10:45-3:00 Poker on Main Street. Best hand wins a fabulous gift basket
11:00-2:00 Wine and cheese tasting at Prairie State Winery. Special wines brought in just for Red Hat Day. Free!

For more information please visit www.genoamainstreet.com

About Gracie Mott

Grace Mott is an NIU alumni with a BS in Family Social Services graduating with high honors. She began her working career as a Juvenile Probation Officer, then was in charge of the teenage runaways through the DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau. She owned and operated a campground in southern DeKalb County from 1990 to 2000. Since then, she does both sales and fulfillment for DeKalb County Online's parent company, eWorldLinx. eWorldLinx also has made and maintains over 100, mostly local, business websites.Gracie has served as Board President of the DeKalb County YSB; on the Board of Directors of the Shabbona-Lee-Rollo Historical Museum and for the DeKalb County Building and Development Association.
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