genealogyclassflyerInterested in learning about your ancestors? Wonder if that family story about your wild great-grandfather  or your mysterious second cousin are true? Come to this free class and learn how to conduct genealogy research on the Internet.

We will show you how to search for family records online with some useful tips and tricks for locating information. The class will be held on October 16th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in the Computer Training Bridge at the Central Library Branch.

Learn the different types of records used in genealogy research, discuss the online resources used to find records, and get acquainted with free tools to use for organizing the information that you find. We will cover, African-American Heritage, Heritage Quest, and FamilySearch to find documents, online communities, and organizational tools.

Seats are limited so register early. Registration is by telephone at 336-703-3079 or online at Hope to see you there!

If you cannot make it to this class, there will be a class at the Reynolda Manor Branch on October 11 from 4:00-5:30 pm.