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Genealogy Workshops at the Bristol Public Library

June 12, 2010 | 12 am

Have you always wanted to trace your family tree, but weren’t sure where to start? Then plan to attend an introductory workshop offered by the Bristol Public Library monthly. On the second Saturday of every month (May 8th, June 12th, July 10th, August 14th) at 10:00 am, the library will host a workshop to help people starting their genealogical research featuring:

• Beginning Genealogy: Get Started Researching Your Family History
• Roots on the Web: Using the Internet for your Genealogy Research

The Bristol Public Library houses one of the area’s largest family history/genealogical collections. These free sessions take place in the library’s William E. Hassinger Computer Lab. To pre-register for a workshop or for more information about these events, call( 276) 645-8781, or visit our website at www.bristol-library.org