openhouse2017

Hi all,

The South Lansing Library will be keeping the tradition alive this year (as Downtown Lansing Library is still closed for Renovations) by hosting CADL’s Family History Open House celebrating National Genealogy Day on March 11th from 10-4 pm.

Highlights include:

  • Breaking Down Brick Wall Using DNA presented by Bethany Waterbury
  • Crowdsourcing Your Genealogy presented by Dan Earl
  • One-on-one appointments with Librarians to help devise research plans to help break through on your own research–DEADLINE to reserve your appointment is February 18th.

Check out the flyer here: family-history-open-house-2017

I’ll remind you all again about the program, but don’t miss the opportunity to have our avid genies on staff take a pass on one of your problem areas in your  research… sometimes all we need is a fresh perspective to break through those brickwalls.

Happy hunting,

Jess

CADLFamilyHistoryOpenHouseOkay… a lot of my time has been taken up by planning (all sorts of things) but this event is near and dear to my heart and I want to thank everyone who’s signed up to help ahead of time—especially my co-workers and fellow presenters Anne, Jeff, and Cassie!

My library will be hosting a Family History Open House on March 12th in celebration of National Genealogy Day. CADL’s blog has a post with even more details but suffice to say it’s free and open to the public, there’s a lot going on, and I believe a good time will be had by all!

Happy hunting and if you’re in the area come hang out with us!

Jess