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Library Calendar

  1. Nursery Rhyme Storytime

    August 1, 10:00 AM @ Library

    Listen to classic nursery rhyme stories and create a craft while listening to songs.

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  2. Digging the Cemetery

    August 1, 5:30 PM @ Library

    Family history can be found and analyzed in a multitude of places. It’s no secret that information can be found on a grave marker – name, maybe a birth date, usually a death date, and sometimes a marriage date. In some cases, these memorials are the only documentation that exists as evidence of the memorialized. Burial permits, plot registers, monument orders and funeral home records may hold key components to your family’s history. This presentation will discuss how to determine where our ancestors are at perpetual rest, what records may exist in connection to that life event, and how we can go about finding that information. Presented by Shannon Lewis-Jackson of History Walks, LLC

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Main City Calendar

  1. Nursery Rhyme Storytime

    August 1, 10:00 AM @ Library

    Listen to classic nursery rhyme stories and create a craft while listening to songs.

    More Details
  2. Digging the Cemetery

    August 1, 5:30 PM @ Library

    Family history can be found and analyzed in a multitude of places. It’s no secret that information can be found on a grave marker – name, maybe a birth date, usually a death date, and sometimes a marriage date. In some cases, these memorials are the only documentation that exists as evidence of the memorialized. Burial permits, plot registers, monument orders and funeral home records may hold key components to your family’s history. This presentation will discuss how to determine where our ancestors are at perpetual rest, what records may exist in connection to that life event, and how we can go about finding that information. Presented by Shannon Lewis-Jackson of History Walks, LLC

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