Join us for Fountaindale Public Library’s fifth annual Genealogy Day on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 9:30 am to 4pm! Genealogy Day is free and open to the public, and registration begins on Friday, February 13, 2015. In addition to the speakers, participants will enjoy Door Prizes, Society Booths, on the spot digital photo restorations, and three outstanding lecture topics.
Researching Religious Records with Maureen Brady
Digging for Coal Mining Genealogy Resources with Richard Joyce
Gifting Genealogy Research to the Next Generation an expert panel discussion led by Mark Hayes
Photography expert and historian Bruce Troyer will be available during lunch to examine and help you identify two photos from your collection. Bruce can help you identify what type of photos you have, the date in which they were taken, and information regarding their origin. This program requires a separate sign up and is limited to 18 consultations, so please register early.
Studio 300’s Anna Gillespie will be be available with her digital software to perform on the spot photo restorations during break periods, so bring two photos, negatives, or slides and an 8 GB flash drive if you would like to save copies of your digitized items.
Participants are asked to bring a brown-bag lunch or order a Box Lunch from Brooks Cafe. Due to limited parking, please carpool or make arrangements to be dropped off for this event.
For more information, please call Debra Dudek at (630) 685-4201. To register for the event, please call the Fountaindale Public Library reference desk at (630) 685-4176.