Upcoming Events

THE GENEALOGY CENTER IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.  

                           Classes and Programs are currently being held on Zoom.  The Zoom link will be posted the day before the class/program

Save the Date: 

The Kitsap Antique Show will be September 18 & 19, 2021 at the President's Hall.   For more information, click here

September classes: 

We will be starting Series 3 of Discovering Your Ancestors with Janet O'Conor Camarata.  All classes are 10am-12pm (PT) (“doors open” at 9:30am) Presenter: Zoom link will be posted here and also on our website the day before each class.

Sat, Sep 11: Detailed Research Planning.  Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86556376493
Sat, Sep 25: Analysis Process; Analysis Tools

September Program:

Wed, Sep 22.  1pm - 2pm.   "Is It True?  Using Manuscripts and Family Records for Genealogical Proof" with Steven Morrison.   Zoom link starts at 12:30pm.  It will be posted the day before the program.  

 

If you are doing research at home and need blank forms, click on the link below:  Research Forms (click here)

 

If you have a current library card you have access to Ancestry - Library Edition - through your local library.  Remote access to Ancestry Library Edition has been extended.

Other Events, classes, programs:  

 

Fri, Sep 4, 10an-12pm.  South King County Genealogical Society.  Family Tree Maker User Group.

Tue, Sep 14, 1pm.  Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society.  A Fresh Light on Old Newspapers with Dave Obee.

Sat, Sep 17, 10am-12pm.  Bainbridge Island Genealogical Society.  Voting Records:  Genealogy's Best Kept Secret with Pam Vestal. Voting records are often-overlooked gems which are packed with genealogical information such as naturalization, home type, and even our ancestors’ political outlook.

Sat, Sep 18, 10am-12pm.  South King County Genealogical Society.  Genealogical Proof for the Everyday Genealogist with Annette Burke Lytle.  How do we know if the facts we’ve uncovered about our ancestors are correct? The GPS (Genealogical Proof Standard) is our guide to producing reliable results. This introduction will get your research moving in the right direction!

 

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