If you crochet or knit--or if you want to learn the basics--join us for a relaxing evening to work on your projects. This group (tweens and older) can help you learn to knit or crochet, share project ideas, and just let you relax in a friendly environment!
Many genealogists who want to trace their British roots have trouble figuring out where to start, especially when dealing with British records. This class will focus on English, Welsh, and Scottish genealogical research, covering finding clues in basic American records, types of British records & where to find them, and British genealogy databases.
Have you considered getting your DNA tested for genealogical purposes, but aren’t sure which company to choose? The Genealogy Branch can help you with that. Have you already received your test results, but don’t know how to understand them or use them in your research? We can help you with that, too!
This 90-minute class, facilitated by CCPL Genealogy’s Chelsea Clarke, will cover choosing a DNA test provider, the different types of DNA tests that are available, and understanding your results.
Come prepared with your most frustrating unanswered genealogy question, whether it is an ancestor who disappeared without a trace from all records, or a great-great grandmother whose past is shrouded in mystery. Every genealogist has at least one brick wall – let us help you with yours.
Teams of 4-6 people compete against each other to see who knows the most. Call 331-0049 to sign your team up.
Have you always wanted to get into genealogy, but don't know where to begin? You don't have to be an expert to start researching your family! Learn how to: get started, fill out forms and charts, find and understand basic records, and access and search databases.
Chelsea Clarke, manager of the Crouch Genealogy Library, will teach you how to get started in genealogy. Space is limited, so please call 331-0049 to reserve your spot.
Learn to create a simple decoration perfect for dressing your table for entertaining or everyday use. Call for information and to reserve your spot.
Every Wednesday people who are passionate about knitting and crochet get together to work on projects, chat, and learn from one another.
Connecting Point meets the second Thursday of each month to discuss inspirational fiction.
Thursday, September 14 - 1:00 pm "Come to the Table" by Neta Jackson
Tuesday, October 12 - 1:00 pm "Counted with the Stars" by Connilyn Cossette
Thursday, November 9 - 1:00 pm "This Present Darkness" by Frank Peretti