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Geneology course assists people investigating history

If you’ve ever wondered about your family’s history, or tried to do research but failed, Nanaimo Harbourfront library is hosting a three-part geneology course to help.

Over the course of three consecutive Sundays, participants will learn from a seasoned genealogist about the different ways to research and find out about their family’s history.

The first genealogy course begins on Sunday (Feb. 23), 1:30-3:30 p.m.

To register, please call 250-753-1154 ext.238 or e-mail nmckay@virl.bc.ca For more information, please visit http://virl.bc.ca/event/beginning-genealogy-parts-1-2-and-3-0

 

 

 

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