A simple holiday season
One of the great things about this time of year is getting out into your community to experience it in a special way. Bundle up, grab a warm drink, and take a winter walk to enjoy the downtown holiday décor. The beauty of our natural surroundings should not be missed. If the temperature cooperates, you might even get to ice skate on the Depot Pond.
We have found some of the festivities and activities in Batavia and the Tri-Cities area that will help make your 2014 holiday season very special, for you and your family. Read about them here.
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Cut your own Christmas tree
Abbey Farms opens its 120 acres of Christmas trees Nov. 22. Plus, Fox Valley Robotics hosts a double regional challenge at Rotolo Middle School.
The itch for immortality is growing.
Where’s the beef?
Some challenges and some solutions to a comfortable retirement income.
The happiest man in Batavia
Meet Randy Simonian and make a difference with a smile.
Get ready for snow
Some helpful reminders from Batavia Public Works Department of Streets. Plus holiday gifts that increase preparedness; and the Batavia Access Toy Drive needs your help. Find it all in Currents.
Downtown Batavia is the place to find unique gifts for everyone on yout list.
Have breakfast with the Mayor
Make plans to attend the annual Chamber Breakfast and hear the “State of the City” address.
Author Nicholas A. Basbanes comes to Batavia
Basbanes addresses that most common yet indispensible item paper and its 2,000 year history at the Library.
Chromebooks come to Batavia High School
Batavia students start out the year with Chromebooks. Read how they are impacting classrooms.
New businesses downtown
Plus a special holiday market place. Read about it in Nuggets.
Looking forward to 2015
A message from Mayor Schielke.
Celebrate the season with the Park District
Don’t miss the Celebration of Lights. Plus enter your home in Batavia’s first ever Holiday House Decorating Contest.
Finding roots…for your home
Interested in history? Start at home. Here are some hints from the Batavia Historical Society.
The “Do-it-Yourself” Messiah returns to the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. Plus hear some world class performances.
What’s happening downtown?
Find everything you need plus special offers.
Batavia Township meets many special needs
Batavia Township is committed to meeting the special needs of its residents. Read about the many ways they are there to help.