Wherever your family history journey leads you, our group of genealogy enthusiasts and experts can help you along the way. We sponsor monthly classes, workshops and seminars in Santa Clara, California, and our members everywhere receive our monthly newsletter.
Next meeting: Saturday, 10 October 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Family Discovery Day:
Finding Our Ancestors' Records
Keynote speaker: Rod De Giulio, FamilySearch Vice President for records and indexing
Full day of classes for those ages 12 and older
Classes will be available for both beginning and experienced researchers
Family Discovery Day Meeting location
The Family Discovery Day seminar will be held in Santa Clara, CA at the location listed below, which is just off Homestead Road, between Lawrence Expressway and San Thomas Expressway:
875 Quince Avenue
Santa Clara, California 95051
To Register (click on following link):
Questions? Send an email to (click on following link):
- Silicon Valley Computer Genealogy Group (SVCGG)
- Los Altos Family History Center, and
- Santa Clara Family History Center
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