Access to a good genealogical reference library is one benefit of joining a local Jewish genealogy society. In addition to good programming and assistance from local experts, most societies have reference libraries of essential books, journal collections and other important materials.
The JGS of Washington State's next program will feature hidden treasures from its library. The meeting takes place at 7pm, Monday, March 16, at the Stroum Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island.
The society's complete library will be on display and, in addition to browsing and researching, experts will be available to answer questions.
The JCC also offers WiFi, so bring your laptops. There will also be additional computers available for online research.
Admission: JGSWS members, free; others, $5.
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