The new CHF 200 bill has been released and it’s causing an unexpected stir among young adults.
There’s a chill in the air and the birds aren’t singing anymore. Autumn’s on its way which makes our Open House a perfect time to get out, meet new friends and prepare to explore this great country we live in.
With learning comes huge responsibilities. My daughter’s chemistry classes had emergency protocols in place due to dangerous experiments with chloric and nitric acids, sodium hydroxide and chloride gasses.
Our parks, concert halls, squares and churches will be hosts to every imaginable type of music and some unimaginable music (Electro Yoga?).
I’m excited about this weekend. In addition to my parents arriving from Colorado, the fabulous chocolate Labrador, Voice, that I …
For as long as I have lived in Geneva, the favorite past-time is to complain about our lack of free parking and the price of parking tickets.
Wine tasting, sporting events, nature, culture, neighborhood parties and high caliber tennis are on the list of activities this weekend.
In all seriousness, talk to your teenage children and explain to them that no matter how fun it may seem, never steal a water bike.
The AIWC Welcome Coffee (casual presentation at 10:30) is a great way to learn about our resources and opportunities to explore Geneva and Switzerland with other women.
Step 1: Doctor and child fill out the patient’s medical form: name, age, type (tiger vs. spider man).