GENEALOGY CLUB PRESENTATIONS
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
ALL ARE WELCOME
2017-2018 SCHEDULE BELOW
Thurs, Dec. 7
Facebook: A Tool in Genealogical Research
Plus a Party! Bring finger foods to share, perhaps something from an ancestor’s recipe box or cookbook!
1st floor Porter Meeting Hall
Thurs, Jan. 4
“My DNA results have arrived…NOW What?”
By popular request, this free evening presentation is a repeat of a daytime talk given in Feb. 2017.
2nd floor genealogy section
Thurs, Feb. 8
Roundtable: Share a “Finished” Family History Project
It might be about a single ancestor, a set of parents and children, or multiple generations….put it together now….somehow….a PowerPoint presentation, Shutterfly book, annotated photo album, self-published book, timeline. Let’s inspire each other! 1st floor Porter Meeting Hall
Wed, Feb. 28
Research in the Eastern Townships of Quebec
Are your ancestors from the south-eastern part of Quebec? This region was predominately
settled by Irish, Scottish, Loyalist, and American immigrants and the architecture, language, and surnames reflect that history. Learn about resources for researching this unique area.
GENEALOGY CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS
THE OCTOBER-NOVEMBER CLASS HAS BEEN FILLED.
JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2018 CLASS HAS BEEN FILLED.
This beginner-level course will run for four weeks on consequetive Thursday evenings, 5:00-6:30 pm.
Class will be limited to the first six people to sign up. Questions and sign-ups should be directed to Kathleen. In preparation, participants will be given a set of questions to respond to plus instructions on materials to bring to the first session.