All of our programs are open to the public and free of charge (except where noted).
Saturdays, March 15, April 5, & April 26, 2014
“Genealogy 101 – Plus”
Want to Find YOUR ancestors?
A series of three genealogy classes to learn how to begin research on your ancestry and get tips to boost what you are already doing.
Meeting Room, Centre County Library, Bellefonte.
Classes are limited to the first 10 who register, so please contact us soon!
Saturday, March 22, 2014
“Genealogical Resources Available at Penn State’s Pattee/Paterno Library”
with Sue Kellerman, Judith O. Sieg Chair for Preservation
Meet in the Main Lobby of Pattee/Paterno Library
(Enter off Curtin Road)
The Penn State University’s Pattee/Paterno Library contains a wide variety of resources that may be extremely helpful to the genealogist. The program will feature Sue Kellerman who will explain what resources are available in the Library and how to access these resources. We will also get a tour of the Library, including the Map Room, so those not familiar with the Library can learn how to find their way around.
Parking: The best place to park is the Nittany Lion Inn Parking Deck or the parking lot behind Osmond Lab. Both will require a short walk and both should be free.
contact CCGS Program Chair, Al Jarrett.