Hack Your Family Tree
Students from the Cultural and Historic Preservation Society will lead introduction of the library’s new ancestry database, Ancestry Library. Then students attending will begin to research their own family trees, while librarians and students from the Cultural and Historic Preservation Society will be on hand to assist students discover their own history and with any luck find a black sheep or surprising fact about one of their ancestors they did not know. Prizes and refreshments provided!
To attend please register at http://tinyurl.com/y7hmjg5p.
This event is a first year Navigator program.
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