Sunday, October 18, 2009

Texas Genealogy Events: Week of October 19-25, 2009

Straight from the Texas Genealogy Events calendar, here's what is happening in Texas for the week of October 19-25, 2009:

Monday, October 19

Clayton Library Presentation, 10am
Convicts to the Colonies
Reservations required, please call 832-393-2600. Adults/Teens

Meeting, 5pm
Kurth Memorial Library
706 S. Raguet Street, Lufkin, TX 75904

Quitman Public Library
202 E. Goode St. (Hwy. 154 east)
Quitman, Texas
Tuesday, October 20

Clayton Library - Presentation, 2pm
Passenger and Immigration Records
Registration required. Call 832-393-2600. Adults/Teens

Meeting, 6:30pm
Temple Public Library
101 North Main Street.
The library is on the square in downtown Temple.
Wednesday October 21

Clayton Library - PERSI Session, 3pm
PERSI: The Periodical Source Index - An Underutilized Source
Reservations required. Call 832-393-2600. Adults/Teens
Thursday October 22

Get Acquainted Luncheon, 11:30am
Heartland Ham Co.
3400-A South Broadway, Tyler 75701.
(903) 581-2802 These meetings are a chance to meet other members of the society in a relaxed, informal, social atmosphere -- all while enjoying a delicious lunch. We talk about all sorts of subjects: genealogy, computers, kids, grand-kids, etc. Come and enjoy yourself!

Saturday October 25

Clayton Library Presentation, 9:30am
Beginning Genealogy
A tour of the library and our genealogical gems is also included. Limited Seating: Reservations required. Call 832-393-2600. Adults/Teen

Meeting, 2pm
Van Zandt County Library
317 First Monday Lane
Canton, TX 75103-1052

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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