Fountaindale Public Library District · Local History and Genealogy · Workshops and Events

Get help with your DAR application on Sunday, April 12! – Thrifty Thursday

Need help compiling your application for the Daughters of the American Revolution? The Isle a la Cache Chapter of the NSDAR will be available to help you with your research and application questions on Sunday, April 12 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Meeting Room B of the Fountaindale Public Library. Don’t know if… Continue reading Get help with your DAR application on Sunday, April 12! – Thrifty Thursday

Divorce · Fountaindale Public Library District · Vital Records · Websites · Workshops and Events

Sorting Thorugh Sordid Divorce Records – Black Sheep Sunday

I had a realization yesterday as I was working on a family search indexing project yesterday – I am a snoop.  Its not the biggest realization, the type that inspires a person to sell everything they own and move to Reykjavik.  But it’s a realization which some weighty properties.  For the record, I do not… Continue reading Sorting Thorugh Sordid Divorce Records – Black Sheep Sunday

Fountaindale Public Library District · Public Presentations · Workshops and Events

Genealogy Day 2015: Movers, Quakers, and Rock Breakers – Talented Tuesday

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… Continue reading Genealogy Day 2015: Movers, Quakers, and Rock Breakers – Talented Tuesday

Local History and Genealogy · Public Presentations · State Specific Research · Websites

Finding Free Genealogy Presentations Online – Motivation Monday

Attention snowbound genealogists!  If you’re wondering how you’re going to spend time trapped in your home by snow and icy weather, I recommend catching up on all those genealogy presentations you missed.  Maybe you were traveling, or under the weather.  Maybe you looked at the RootsTech announcement and said, “Naw, I’ll look at it later.”… Continue reading Finding Free Genealogy Presentations Online – Motivation Monday

Technology Tools · Websites · Workshops and Events

Kickoff a New Year of Genealogical Resolutions with Free Classes at the Library! – Thrifty Thursday

Do you need to make a genealogical New Years resolution? Kick off your goal with free Online Genealogy classes at the Fountaindale Public Library on January 11, February 8, and March 8, 2015. Each Online Genealogy Class will be held at 2 p.m. in the Local History Room of the Fountaindale Public Library, located at… Continue reading Kickoff a New Year of Genealogical Resolutions with Free Classes at the Library! – Thrifty Thursday

Books and Print Material · DNA Research · Technology Tools · Websites

Clever Gifts for Genealogists – Tuesday’s Tip

Need some gift ideas for a genealogist on your holiday list?  There’s a huge temptation to throw someone a gift card to Amazon, Ancestry, or Fold3.  However, if you want to wrap a gift with nifty paper and bows or send a package to a friend in another state, take a look at these fantastic holiday… Continue reading Clever Gifts for Genealogists – Tuesday’s Tip

Books and Print Material · Websites

Giving Thanks for our Colonial Mothers at the Dinner Table – Family Recipe Friday

Where would we be without our colonial mothers?  While their fathers, husbands, sons, and brothers were working in the fields, shops, and ships, women were toiling away at household tasks, raising children, working in the family businesses, and most importantly – Cooking.  As we gather together to give thanks at one of our most beloved… Continue reading Giving Thanks for our Colonial Mothers at the Dinner Table – Family Recipe Friday