The Hennepin County Library and Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) are again sponsoring a (free) Family History Fair this Saturday, October 29, at Minneapolis Central Library. Hours are 9 am to 3 pm.
There’s still plenty of room, but registration is required. Click here to sign up or to view a map of downtown Minneapolis.
Choose from seven presentations to help you start your family history search:
Cousins by the Dozens – Using atDNA (Alice Eicholz)
Naturalization Records (Shirleen Hoffman)
Finding Your Female Ancestors (Lois Mackin)
Basic Genealogy (Methods) (Tom Rice)
Basic Genealogy (Resources) (Tom Rice)
Railroad Records and Railroad History (Paula Stuart-Warren)
Organizing Your Genealogy Research (Cathi Weber)
Designing an Oral History Project (Edward Wons and Vicki Albu)
Using Social Media in Genealogy
Great topics, excellent presenters – and with no fees, an outstanding bargain!
Even better, you can preview and print handouts for all presentations from the MGS website.