Join Lopez Library’s Librarian Lou Pray and genealogy expert Georgeana Cook (Breadcrumbs) for Beginning Genealogy. Get started learning the basics. Bring your laptop for assistance with the library’s ancestry.com tool. It’s fun, informative and easier to get started than you may know! Free to all. For more information call the library at 360-468-2265 or email Lou at email@example.com.
All classes from 11am – 1pm in the Library Community Room.
Tuesday, February 6th
The Use of Homestead and Land Records in Local Genealogical Research with special guest Boyd Pratt
Tuesday, March 13th
Irish Records – Are There Irish Eyes Smiling in Your Family
Tuesday, April 10th
Indexing – Helping with the Greatest Research Work You Can Ever Do!
Tuesday, May 8th
North South East or West – US War Records – Finding Wives and Children
Tuesday, June 12th
German Ancestors – what is their connection to Russia and Catherine the Great?
Tuesday, July 10th
Who Do You Think You Are? Join Us For a Community Genealogy Treasure Hunt
Tuesday, August 14th
Finding Your Native American Ancestor – Where to verify and research the truth.
Tuesday, September 14th – topic TBA
Tuesday, October 9th – topic TBA
Tuesday, November 13th
Mayflower and Early New England Ancestors? Were yours among them?
Tuesday, December 11th – topic TBA