Every family has interesting stories to discover, and help in finding those stories is always available. Along with the resources available in the Genealogy Center at Central Library, I recommend taking advantage of these free programs:
At Central Library – Saturdays, 1:30 – 3:00 pm, in the West Meeting Room:
- March 21st: Introduction to Genealogy Research, with Glenda Lloyd
- May 2nd: Getting Organized, with Glenda Lloyd
- May 16th: Oral Histories: Getting your Family to Talk to You, with Lisa Lee
- May 30th: U.S. Military Pensions, with Barbara Leak
And if you are interested in getting some individual help in your research, take advantage of Central Library’s Book a Genealogist program. Genealogy volunteers are available to meet with you by appointment.
For information on Central Library’s genealogy programs, call 916-264-2920, or visit the library's new home page and click the "events" menu button near the top of the screen. If you’re interested in being on a mailing list to receive information about future genealogy programs at Central Library, please contact the library at email@example.com.
Of course, there are other genealogy classes, seminars and organizations in the Sacramento area. For current information on genealogy events, take a look at these websites:
Sacramento Genealogical Society's Root Cellar, Sacramento Family History Center, and Genealogical Association of Sacramento.
Start learning your ancestors’ stories!