Nestled in the heart of the verdant Fox River Valley, idyllic Geneva lies about 36 miles west of Chicago's Loop area, but its laid-back rural vibe seems a world's away from the big city's honking cabs and rackety trains. Historical buildings and tree-lined streets define downtown Geneva, with 200 specialty shops ranging from artisanal jewelers, chic women's clothing stores, and boutique eateries. Built by German immigrants in the 1850s, the 68-foot Fabyan Windmill lies along the river to the south of town, recently restored with timber from the Netherlands. On the first Friday of every month, Geneva's residents take a self-guided art walk through nine area galleries, which open their doors to serve refreshments, host live performances, and show off their portraits of mustachioed news anchors. Down the street, the Geneva History Center delves into the city's past as an early Kane County seat and an agricultural hub.
We are a dry cleaning and laundry company serving the Western Suburbs of Chicago. Celebrating our 100 year anniversary, we offer conveinent service to individuals and businesses through our 8 store locations and route pickuo and delivery service throughout Chicago's Western Suburbs
Designer furniture collections from Kravet, Barclay Butera, and local artists mingle with accessories selected and imported from Europe, India, and Asia in Simitree's showroom. A chorus of colors and patterns inspired by international travel help lift homes' spirits after a recent breakup with the garage, adding accents of chipper turquoise or sassy zebra print. Antique Indian wood serving trays ($295–$345) and Asian ginger jars ($199–$399) make sideboards leap to life, while a wide array of wall art ($35–$500) helps newly installed wall safes sink into the shadows. A design-loving staff connects customers with coffee tables ($1,295–$3,500), floor lamps ($695–$1,295), and regal rugs ($495–$1,500) to suit all styles. While not covered by this Groupon, delivery ($50–$250) can be arranged if needed.
In 1976, busy California mother Joan Barnes wanted nothing more than to find a play place where she and her kids could enjoy age-appropriate, educational activities. Finding none, she developed her own innovative play environment within a developmental-based program structure now known as Gymboree Play & Music. Today, kids tumble and learn in more than 650 locations in 33 countries around the world, engaging in open play and classes designed to build cognitive and motor skills. As parents participate in their children's development, their kids learn to paint, play music, and interact socially outside of their preschool knitting circles.
George Inzer of Inzer and Son Services ensures homes look good on the outside and function properly on the inside. From slapping paint on the walls to resurfacing cabinets, George and his crew provide the labor and know-how to keep residences in prime condition. They tackle a range of home-improvement tasks such as basement finishing, bathroom remodeling, and laundry-room de-haunting.