Event Calendar

Events for Saturday, March 18, 2017

BAYarts Storytellers: An Essential (Oil) Journey
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
BAYarts Storytellers is a new free series that highlights passionate speakers, hosted on select Saturdays in the Fuller House gallery.

Please join us for an engaging conversation with Kimberly Go as she shares the story of her journey over the past 25 years integrating essential oils into both her personal and professional lives. Kim brings a unique profile with over 25 years' experience as a clinical counselor and school counselor. Her true passion is educating and empowering others to focus on personal wellness. Throughout the morning, Kim will talk about the safe use of essential oils and you will have the opportunity to experience them firsthand. The presentation will be both educational and anecdotal as she highlights the experiences she has had. (Cost: Free will donation.)
Location:
BAYarts, 28795 Lake Rd., Bay Village
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Computer Assisted Genealogy Group-Cleveland Area CAGG General Meeting
9:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Playing Nice In The Genealogy Sandbox
Thomas MacEntee
pre-recorded webinar
Genealogy is all about connecting with your ancestors. As part of this process, we often need to connect with other genealogists and share research. It isnít always as easy as it seems! Learn the best ways to connect with other family historians and share resources including research, documents and research strategies. Discover the various methods of locating other researchers and the best practices to ensure that your work is shared and credited in a responsible manner.

USER GROUPS: There will be two user groups for March.
Family Tree Maker - and - RootsMagic with TMG
(DNA will return in April)

Afternoon Computer Fundamentals
USCIS Genealogy Website: Immigration & Naturalization.
Jean Hoffman
Learn about the resources and use of the website for federal genealogical records on immigration and naturalization beginning in 1906. USCIS is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. They provide a fee-based service for historical records of deceased immigrants.
Location:
Fairview Park Library
21255 Lorain Road
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