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Travel to NYC with alumni and friends

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Alumni and friends of Geneva College are invited to experience the culture and history of one of the U.S.’s most vibrant locations: New York City. The Alumni Relations Office is planning a special bus excursion to highlight the bustling city life, notable monuments, world-class restaurants and popular Broadway productions.

The bus trip is planned for March 4-6, with travel to and from New York City in a deluxe motor coach. Guests will stay at the Hotel Edison on Broadway. Hotel Edison, built in 1931 in the Art Deco style, is located in the heart of the historic theater district just a step away from Times Square.

Some of the highlights of the trip include:

  • Dinner at top New York Restaurants Tavern on the Green and Becco
  • Broadway production of Hairspray. Performing at the Neil Simon Theatre
  • Trip to Chelsea Market, the home of the Food Network
  • Afternoon matinee of Putnam County Spelling Bee at the Circle in the Square Theatre Mary Poppins at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
  • Narrated boat tour on the Circle Line Tour

"Travel programs provide a unique opportunity for like-minded folks to share in experiences that are wholesome and well planned," says Ginny Caldwell, director of Alumni Relations. She also notes that these trips are appealing to Geneva’s alumni and friends because of the planned daily devotions, and because alumni and friends can trust that the tours will be God honoring.

Reservations for the bus trip are being accepted until December 14. For more information, click here.

Questions should be directed to the Office of Special Events at 724-847-6520 or events@geneva.edu.


 

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