GENEVA — The Geneva Historical Society and First Choice Travel will host a one-day trip, Oct. 15, to the Wadsworth Homestead and Letchworth State Park in Mount Morris.

Attendees will visit the 1804 Wadsworth Family Homestead and take part in a tour given by sixth-generation family member William S. Wadsworth.

They also will visit the Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area, eat lunch at the Glen Iris Inn, visit the park, receive a bag of applies at the Castile Cider Mill and have ice cream at the Charcoal Corral Grill.

The cost is $129 per person, based on at least 30 travelers, and includes round-trip transportation, driver gratuity, tour manager, lunch, admissions, apples, a small ice cream cone and a donation to the Geneva Historical Society.

Payment is due by Aug. 23.

Space is limited.

For details, call the Geneva Historical Society at (315) 789-5151.

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