Annual Genealogy For You Seminar Scheduled for March

Annual Genealogy For You Seminar Scheduled for March

Library Hosting Devon Noel Lee and Andrew Lee March 10th 

Ever wondered what the next step is after taking your DNA test? Are you not sure what to do with all the family documents that must be preserved? When it comes to genealogical research, it does not matter if you are a professional or an amateur. Everyone could use some guidance, and everyone could use a refresher so the Saline County Library is here to help!

On March 10th, Devon Noel Lee and Andrew Lee of Family History Fanatics will be here to share keys on successful genealogy research at the annual Genealogy For You Conference.

March 10th Schedule

At this year’s conference, Mrs. and Mr. Lee will help you refine your research through four in-depth classes:

“Family History for Busy Lives” explains how anyone, no matter how hectic their schedules may be, can start their own family history.

“DNA: After the Test” shows you what the next steps are after taking your DNA test by learning to understand your results and applying them in your research.

“Digitizing Grandma’s Stuff” teaches you what you need to know about preserving those important family items.

“Finding Strangers in Your Pajamas” reflects that you don’t have to travel across the country to start or progress your family history. You can do it right where you are!

If you have a question or two, or even more, this is the perfect time to ask! When one of our presenters is busy with the lecture, the other presenter will be available to answer those pesky personal problems that we all face in genealogical research.

How to Register

Registration is open and free, just contact Aldo or call 501-778-4766.

And to further your own research, be sure to visit the library’s David O. Demuth Arkansas Room for local history and genealogy sources, or visit for genealogy databases such as Ancestry, Fold3, and Heritage Quest.

Aldo is the User Experience Librarian at our library in Benton. He selects and orders non-fiction for our adult patrons and helps with research questions. When he’s not assisting with someone’s genealogy research, you can find Aldo in his kitchen trying out a new recipe or in the middle of a tabletop game.

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