Genealogy Day is this Saturday, and I hope you all are excited about spending the day with
the Fountaindale Public Library! Genealogy Day registration begins at 9 am, with the program commencing at 9:30 am. Here’s a quick checklist of what you will need for Saturday, May 2, 2015:
Bring or Order your lunch – There’s still time to order your Box Lunch from Books Cafe. If you forget your lunch on the day of our program, you can place a lunch order at Brooks Cafe during morning registration. Some food selections may be limited, so you’ll want to place your order before 9:30 am!
Bring a seat cushion – You will be sitting for extended periods of time, so a little padding is advisable. If you want to make a few new friends, bring extra seat cushions.
Clip Board – Due to space constraints, we will have audience style seating in the room. We recommend bringing a clip board for writing copious notes.
Two Photos – Regardless of registration for photo consultation, we have some awesome scanning equipment available for you to use! If you need help on an item, Anna and Agnes from Studio 300 are offering digital photo restoration services as time allows.
Flash drive – Great for saving your new digital images from our scanning equipment. In a pinch, we will have a few flash drives available, or you can purchase a snazzy Fountaindale Public Library flash drive from Anna for $8 during Genealogy Day.
Library Card – We will have a great genealogy book selection available for checkout! If you don’t have a Fountaindale library card, you can sign up at the information desk to be a reciprocal borrower, which allows you to checkout books from our library free of charge!
Show your Love for Lincoln: Register for our upcoming programs scheduled during
our “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War” exhibit. Programs include movies, documentary films, lectures, family events, and lecture programs, and a music performance by Chris Vallilo. Chris will bring the popular tunes from the era to our library on Thursday, June 11 at 7 p.m. You can hear “Shawneetown” from his album Abraham Lincoln in Song online.
If you are unable to attend Genealogy Day, please cancel your registration online or call us at (630) 685-4176. There is a wait list for people to attend our event, so please let us know if you cannot attend.
I am at your service to assist with questions before, during, and after the program! Please do not hesitate to let me know if you need anything! You can contact me by phone at (630) 685-4201 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you on Saturday!