Our programs are presented by a variety of speakers from along the Front Range of Colorado and beyond. While subjects range from tartans to medieval art, they always focus on taking us away to the British Isles for a little culture and history. Free and open to the public. WISE
New England History and Genealogy Overview from Settlement to Revolution - presented by John Putnam. Colorado Genealogical Society
Business and program will begin at 10 am. Come at 9:30 for socializing. We do not meet in December, July and August. Free and open to the public.
Sunday, April 10, 2016: Share your project progress, do revisions, discuss other aspects of project. Assignment: Complete your project.
Facilitator: Carol Darrow
-Group is open to all beginners and more experienced writers who want to put their genealogy into a written document.
-Assignments for various levels of experience
-Opportunity to share your writing with the group as you wish.
-Shape your writing to the goal of the month.
Pick the date you can attend. This is a one-time basic course for the beginner, repeated each month. However, feel free to come for a refresher as desired. Attendees will be introduced to thinking genealogically through the exploration of the following:
Stacks of paper: How to organize
Home Sources: Paper and People
Pedigree Charts and Family Group Sheets
Be a Detective
Beginning Internet Sources
Six Major Record Groups
Attendees should dress comfortably. Consider bringing a seat cushion, bottled water, and a sack lunch (there will be a 30 minute lunch break).
Monthly meeting. Free and open to the public.
If you're interested in learning more about your Italian heritage, please join our Italian Research Group on the first Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the 10th Mountain Division Room on Level 5 of the Central Library. For more information, please email email@example.com.