Upcoming Events


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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.







18 January  Meeting and Program -- with Rue Lynn Galbraith

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

Free and open to the public














15 FebruaryMeeting and Program -- with Diahan Southard

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

Note: this is a long distance presentation with the capabilities of Skype

We will conclude the meeting with a salute to our  many volunteers
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.


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17 March 2020 SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR KIDS AND PARENTS:

"INTRO TO GENEALOGY FOR FAMILIES"

NOTE: The event is free and open to the public, but RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED (see below).
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Start Spring Break with a free family adventure at Largo Library!  On Tuesday, March 17, 2020, learn to create your family tree – together as a family!  This easy, step-by-step training on how to get into the exciting hobby of genealogy is great for the entire family (children ages 10-17 plus an adult).  The class runs from 1-4 p.m. and includes a tour of the Largo Library Genealogy Center.  Scouts can earn the genealogy merit badge.


Whether you have some experience or none, you and the children in your life will be introduced to a fun and educational hobby or career. All participants take home a useful notebook. 

Bring history alive with facts about real people within your own family!  Help the youngest generation in your family understand where they came from. Researching who came before keeps family members alive long after they are gone.

Mark your calendar now to start Spring Break week together.  To register for this exciting new class, email  class.reservation@pinellasgenealogysociety.com listing the names of children (include ages) and accompanying adult(s), and contact information
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Sponsored by the Pinellas Genealogy Society. 



21 March Lecture Series with Karen Fortin and Lori Coffey

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.


Free and open to the public.