Upcoming Events



17 August  Meeting and Program with Drew Smith

Program is preceded at 10 am by a Computers in Genealogy Q and A session.



Free and open to the public.












21 September  Meeting and Program with George G. Morgan

Program is preceded at 10 am by a Computers in Genealogy Q and A session.




Free and open to the public.













19 October  Meeting and Program -- with Debbe Hagner

Program TBD







9 November Family History Assistance Day


Bring your research notes and sit down with a genealogy consultant to get 1-on-1 computer research assistance. This is a great way to get into research if you are new of genealogy, and a great way to put a second set of eyes on a research problem if you have already logged research time.

Free and open to the public, first come, first served.










16 November Lecture Series with Annette Burke Lyttle

Program is preceded at 10 am by a Computers in Genealogy Q and A session.


This is a special event consisting of two presentations spanning the lunch period. There will be a break for lunch so plan to bring your own or use the cafe in the library.

This event has a "migration flavor" to it. The first talk is about a major early road that your ancestors may have used. If they did not use the road personally, they were probably affected by its development. The second talk is about a specific group that chose to migrate at a specific point in time to a specific place. You may be directly affected by that migration, but if not, the process of tracing the migration and researching its participants is applicable to any group.

Free and open to the public.




21 December 2019 Annual Meeting and Party

Join us for our annual Holiday Party and business meeting. In addition to the good snacks we will have the election of one-half of the Board of Directors, an heirloom show-and-tell session, and a research activity.  If the spirit moves you, bring some holiday snacks to share.

Program is preceded at 10 am by a Computers in Genealogy Q and A session.

The festivities are free and open to the public.








22 February 2020 Annual Genealogy Seminar

This is preliminary information so you can make your calendars. More details will follow as well as information on registration.