“Adventures in Genealogy” Explores Historical Ancestral Trails and can help you find your ancestors.

Exciting discoveries about ancestral history and research await at “Adventures in Genealogy,” slated 1 to 4 p.m. this Saturday at the Stephens Central Library in downtown San Angelo. Hosted by the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, the event will feature free computer labs, classes and website demonstrations.

The computer labs will explore two key online sources for genealogy research, Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org. The hour-long lab will be repeated three times during the afternoon; to reserve a spot, call the Stephens Central Library at (325) 655-7321 and ask for the Information Desk on the second floor. The three free hour-long genealogy classes are Beginning Genealogy: Covering the Basics; Finding Your Family on the Internet; and Taming the Chaos Tiger: Organizing Records and Research for Success.
No pre-registration is required for the classes.

During the computer labs and genealogy classes, SAGHS volunteers will demonstrate popular genealogy websites on the computers at the Stephens Central Library. Sponsored by the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society and the Stephens Central Library, “Adventures in Genealogy” will provide helpful information for beginning to advanced genealogists.

Admission is free and the everyone is invited to attend. Participants are encouraged to bring information about their ancestors to help instructors and volunteers provide research assistance.

FMI: (325) 942-5741, info@SAGHS-TX.org, or visit their website at www.SAGHS-TX.org

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