It may be triple-digits hot outside on Saturday August 7 from 10 to 4, but you will find it cool all day at the genealogical skill-building workshop in the Oklahoma History Center, presented by the Oklahoma Genealogical Society (OGS).
Whether you are a novice researcher or a seasoned veteran in the microfilm trenches, you will learn much by attending this workshop, Genealogy is a Journey of Discovery: Start It Right and Keep It Right.
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Instructors Diana and Gary Smith have delighted groups across America and on the high seas through genealogical cruises, with their banter about researching techniques and tricks. Register today for this event to cover: Getting Started, Organizing, Analysis & Interpretation, Documenting, Interviewing, Essential Home Resources, Internet as a Tool, Using Societies and Conferences, and Finding & Using Records.
Print out the registration form online at www.okgensoc.org and mail it with your check for $20 (for workshop and materials) + $6 for lunch (optional) to : Oklahoma Genealogical Society, P. O. Box 12986, Oklahoma City, OK 73157.
The Oklahoma History Center (OHS) is located just across 23rd Street from the Governor’s mansion. See the map online at www.okhistorycenter.org and click on *visitor information.* Registration will be accepted at the door but OGS cannot guarantee that you will get a syllabus or lunch! (It helps if we know you are coming.) The OGS meets on the first Monday of each month, with speakers on subjects of interest to genealogists. Meetings are free and open to the public. Membership is available to anyone interested in historical or genealogical research. For more info on OGS, refer to www.okgensoc.org.