Conference · Fountaindale Public Library District · Public Presentations · Webinar

FREE GENEALOGY WEBINARS! Check out our live stream of events for Genealogy Day 2016 – Thrifty Thursday

Who doesn’t love a free webinar? Join us for Fountaindale Public Library’s sixth annual Genealogy Day with a live stream of our program on Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 9:30 am to 4pm CST! This year’s theme is “Hunting Down Sensational Stories” and will feature three outstanding presentations: Using HistoryLines to Tell Your Family Story … Continue reading FREE GENEALOGY WEBINARS! Check out our live stream of events for Genealogy Day 2016 – Thrifty Thursday

Conference · Fountaindale Public Library District · Webinar · Workshops and Events

Genealogy Day 2016: Hunting Down Sensational Stories – Wisdom Wednesday

Join us for Fountaindale Public Library’s sixth annual Genealogy Day on Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 9:30 am to 4pm! Genealogy Day is free and open to the public!   In addition to the speakers, participants will enjoy Door Prizes, Society Booths, on the spot digital photo restorations, and three outstanding lecture topics! This year’s… Continue reading Genealogy Day 2016: Hunting Down Sensational Stories – Wisdom Wednesday

Census Records · Conference · State Specific Research · Websites

Making a Home on the Homestead – Those Places Thursday

During the course of your research, you’ll have a nagging feeling of neglect for a certain person or family group.  Maybe you were satisfied with your research and wondered off to more pressing projects.  Perhaps you hit a brick wall and left to pursue other projects out of frustration.  Or just maybe you were lured… Continue reading Making a Home on the Homestead – Those Places Thursday

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Space still available for Genealogy Day on Saturday May 2, 2015! – Follow Friday

There’s still time to register for our amazing Genealogy Day!   Join us our fantastic free program on Saturday, May 2 from 9:30 am to 4 pm and learn more about the following genealogical topics: Digging for Coal Mining Genealogy Resources with Richard Joyce We’ll examine the coal mining industry in northern Illinois and then discuss… Continue reading Space still available for Genealogy Day on Saturday May 2, 2015! – Follow Friday

Conference · Fountaindale Public Library District · Genealogy Club · Public Presentations · Workshops and Events

Get Ready for Genealogy Day this Saturday May 3, 2014! – Wisdom Wednesday

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 3, 2014: Bring or Order your lunch –… Continue reading Get Ready for Genealogy Day this Saturday May 3, 2014! – Wisdom Wednesday

Books and Print Material · Conference · Fountaindale Public Library District · Genealogy Club

Pre-Release Book Signing Added to Genealogy Day Lineup! – Tuesday’s Tip

Jennifer Holik will be joining us for a pre-release celebration of her new book Stories of the Lost at this year’s Genealogy Day on Saturday, May 3 from 1-2 p.m. Debuting on V-E (Victory in Europe) Day on May 8, Stories of the Lost chronicles the lives of servicemen who fought for freedom and never… Continue reading Pre-Release Book Signing Added to Genealogy Day Lineup! – Tuesday’s Tip

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Genealogy Day 2014: Pinning Down the People, Papers, and Places of your Past – Wisdom Wednesday

Join us for Fountaindale Public Library’s fourth Genealogy Day on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 9:30 am to 4pm!  Genealogy Day is free and open to the public, and registration begins on Friday, February 14, 2014.   You can register online or by calling the Fountaindale Public Library Reference Desk at (630) 685-4176.  The Fountaindale Public… Continue reading Genealogy Day 2014: Pinning Down the People, Papers, and Places of your Past – Wisdom Wednesday