Upcoming Genealogy Garage Workshop
Veteran genealogist Donie Nelson will reveal places and techniques to use when you encounter a “missing person” in your family tree.
Saturday, February 20, 2016
11 am – 1 pm
Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL)
630 W. 5th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
History & Genealogy Dept., Lower Level 4
Meeting Room LL420
Tips for the Family Detective
Your family or ancestor has disappeared? Time to brush up on your sleuthing skills. You may not become a Nancy Drew or Sherlock Holmes but this workshop will aid you in finding those lost relatives…in surprising places. Choose a family or person and bring their information for individual assistance.
RSVP Central Library 213-228-7000, ask for the History and Genealogy Department Tell them you are making a reservation for the Genealogy Garage workshop on [give the specific date]. Give them your name and an e-mail address or phone number so you can be notified if the workshop is unexpectedly cancelled.
Park UNDER the library, entering at 524 Flower Street just off 5th Street. You need a LAPL card to receive the $1.00 Saturday parking rate. Apply for the card at your local LAPL or at the Circulation Desk when you arrive. Just bring identification. Show your library card to get your parking ticket validated at the Information Desk before returning to your car.
Please travel light. This is a public building—it is NOT recommended that you leave computers, purses or other personal items unattended while researching.
Workshops sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Hispanic America-Southern California (GSHA-SC), the Southern California Genealogical Society (SCGS), and the Los Angeles Public Library, Richard Riordan Central Library, Genealogy& History Department.