Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Travel Tuesday - Family History Day at the California State Archives

Editor's note: Today's post was written by Sandra Gardner-Benward

...........reminder that our Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society library will be on its best foot forward in a couple of days. Showing off to hundreds of participants at Family History Day. Stop by and say HI.

    at the California State Archives
1020 O Street, Sacramento, California
Saturday October 12, 2013
Doors open at 8:30am
Free admission and parking

SEMINARS                                          ARCHIVE TOURS                              EXHIBIT HALL

                Genealogical and historical displays.......  Learn from the experts at FREE classes

Beginning Genealogy, Naturalization, Census, Land Records, Newspapers, Conductin Interviews, Courthouse Research, Military Sources, US Migration, Railroads, Border Crossings

Chinese, German, Italian, African American, Korean, Jewish, Danish, Native Americans, French Canadians, Japanese, Eastern European, British Colonial, Revolutionary War Ancestry

Things to think about............. 

How are you getting downtown? Car, Bus, Carpooling...........  or maybe lightrail! It drops you off right in front of the Archives Bldg at Archives stop. Pretty convenient, low cost and let someone else do the driving.
Are you bringing a lunch or just lots of snacks for the day or are you eating out at lunch? Where? Don't forget to bring a bottle of water.
Have you downloaded and printed out the day schedule to get you around from class to class.
Do you have your $5 bill cash fto pay for your syllabus?  It needed to be pre-ordered!

Check out today's  Sacramento Bee  - great write up about Family History Day

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