22 March 2011

Denver: Beginners' program, April 3

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado is offering a beginners' program - Planting Your Family Tree for the Next Generation - on Sunday, April 3.

The program will run from 10am-noon, at Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape St., Denver.

Learn how to share your hard-earned research!

Archives, software, websites, newsletters, family reunions, gifts, and artistic displays will be described.
This lecture and workshop is the final part of the seven-session Jewish Family Tree Initiative: Workshop and Mentoring Series.

There is a $30 one-time fee for non-members for a book and materials which includes a one-year membership in the JGSCo.

Instructors for the program are JGSCo members. The JFTI program will be repeated in fall 2011.

JGSCo is led by the creative, innovative Ellen Schindelman Kowitt. Tracing the Tribe was delighted to see Ellen recently at the Sephardic Memory conference in Colorado Springs, and hopes to speak this coming year in Denver.

For more information, send an email.

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