In addition to our page at Facebook we now also have a Facebook Group. We invite you to join and participate.
At the September 26, 2016, board meeting, proposed bylaws amendments were approved by the board. Members will vote on the proposed amendments at our annual meeting in November. If approved, the changes will become effective January 1, 2017.
Discussion of the bylaws amendments will be on the agenda for the October meeting.
The October meeting has been moved to Monday, October 3, 2016. Connie Bradish will present: Wills & Probate
Due to construction at the Library, the meeting date for August has been changed from the 8th to the 15th. The topic will be How to Organize your Photos for a Digitizing Project by Vera Zimmerman
The 2016 Brevard Genealogical Society Beginning Genealogy course will begin July 7th and run through July 28th.
When: Thursdays, 9:30 AM to Noon
Location: Central Brevard Library and Reference Center
Cost: $20 for non-members (includes 2016 membership in the Brevard Genealogy Society)
$10 for BGS Members
For more information contact Vera Zimmerman
Due to the Friends of the Library Book sale April 7-9th, our meeting has been bumped to the following week. We look forward to seeing you on April 18th.
In the meantime, please support the Friends of the Library. Attend the book sale or join the Friends.
The calendar has been updated to include date and room changes for the Board. Regular meetings and Summer Workshops are also on the calendar, but dates are subject to change based on library needs. Members will be advised of changes via our Announce list.
Saturday, October 17, 2015 9am -- 4pm Guest Speakers: Cornelia Bush & Denise Olson
Early Registration until Sept. 30th $26 with lunch -- $16 w/o lunch. For more details and to register online visit the Tri-Society Family History Seminar website.
Our regular meeting day in April has been changed from the second Monday of the month to the first Monday, April 6, 2015. Our guest speaker is Col. Peter Mullen. His topic will be Civil War Feuds.
Photographing Headstones by Jamie Cox -- Around 50,000 photos are taken for Find A Grave every day, but can anyone read them? Many gravestones stubbornly resist efforts to take a readable photograph. If you want to learn how to take truly readable gravestone photos, especially of those "problem" stones, this talk is for you. Jamie Cox is a retired engineer and amateur photographer. He will also give some tips on copying old photographs.
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