Sunday, August 9, 2009

Texas Genealogy Events: Week of August 10-16, 2009

Straight from the Texas Genealogy Events calendar, here's what is happening in Texas for the week of August 10-16, 2009:

Tuesday, July 11:

Fort Worth Genealogical Society - Computer Users Group, 6:30pm
Using computers and the Internet in your research.
Fort Worth Central Library (Downtown)
500 West 3rd Street
Fort Worth, Texas
Intel Computer Lab

Thursday, July 13:

Clayton Library - Mini-Education Session, 2pm
New York (State) Genealogy Research
As one of the most populous states throughout America's history, New York has been the home of many ancestors. Due to New York's colonization under multiple European countries it has some recordkeeping traditions that are unique to the state. Come in and learn about finding and using these unique records and furthering your genealogical research within New York's borders. Reservations required, please call 832-393-2600. Adults/Teens

Saturday, August 15:

Fort Worth Genealogical Society Board Meeting, 10am
Southwest Regional Library
4001 Library Lane at Hulen St.
Fort Worth, Texas

Genealogy Friends of Plano Libraries
Saturday Seminar, 10am
Leo Baca will speak on DNA
W.O. Haggard, Jr. Library, 2501 Coit Rd., Plano, Texas, in the first floor Program Room. Doors open at 10:15 a.m. Registration is not necessary.

Clayton Library Orientation, 11am
Discussion of the resources available at Clayton Library. Orientation lasts approximately one hour. No reservations needed, meet at the Information Desk in the library.

Rains County Genealogical Society Meeting, 1pm
Location: Rains County Library
150 Doris Briggs Parkway
Emory, Texas 75440
Phone: (903)473-5000 ext 283


For further details on these events, see the Texas Genealogy Events Calendar. Please confirm all dates and locations with the host societies and organizations.

Do you have an event you'd like to see on the calendar? Contact me using the email address at the right side of this blog. Events should occur in Texas or be of interest to Texans (neighboring states welcome). Speakers are encouraged to publicize their presentations.

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