Please join us for our series of free lectures on genealogy during the months of March and April. Learn how to research your family’s history with tips on the best resources available online and at your local libraries and institutions.
- “Saving Family Memories” by Louise Farmer Smith
- Saturday, March 11, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
- Main Library Community Room
Tell your family’s story and get it in writing before it’s lost to make a written legacy for your loved ones. This lecture features the use of techniques from fiction writers to make your story compelling and what to do with those greeting cards, letters, old newspaper clippings, and year-books.
Louise Farmer Smith, a PEN/New England Discovery, has taught English, trained as a family therapist, and worked in a U.S. Congressman’s office. She is the author of One Hundred Years of Marriage, Cadillac, Oklahoma, and The Woman Without a Voice.No comments