Geneva's Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15 at Balmanno Cottage, 583 S. Main St.
Ken Shefseik, director of the Geneva Historical Society, will lead the group on a tour of the property, the former home of Blanchard Bartlett Walker and her husband, Dr. William Walker, and her influence on Geneva's women and cultures.
Dinner and the business meeting will follow at the Red Brick Inn, further down Main Street; order from the menu.
Members of the calling committee will be soliciting reservations by Friday, Jan. 11; guests and prospective members are welcome. Details are available from co-president Nancy Taylor at (315) 789-2899.