Thursday, April 22, 2010

Midnight Madness

It's that time of year again - Midnight Madness at Willard Library, 21 First Avenue, Evansville, Indiana. Mark your calendar for June 14th through June 18th, when the genealogy department will be open from 9 am until midnight. In addition to using the microfilmed and published records, there are classes for everyone. Below is just a sampling of those free classes:

  • Beginning Genealogy


  • How to Become a Certified Genealogist


  • Vital Records and Courthouse Research


  • German-American Church Records


  • Researching the History of Your House


  • Online Sources for Cemetery and Death Records


  • Online Genealogical Research (Free Sources)


  • Finding German Origins


  • Newspaper Research


  • Willard Library is located just off the Lloyd Expressway near downtown and is easily accessible from western Kentucky. Come early and stay late. For more information, visit Midnight Madness Schedule and be sure to register early.


    Copyright on text and photographs
    by Brenda Joyce Jerome, CG
    Western Kentucky Genealogy Blog
    http://wkygenealogy.blogspot.com

    2 comments:

    Barbara said...

    This is remarkable. I just thought about doing a blog last night. I am an amateur genealogist. I saw this post about Evansville, IN where my grandson lives and so many of my ancestors passed through Indiana. I plan to make every attempt to attend. Thank you for making the information available.

    Brenda Joyce Jerome, CG said...

    Good! There is something for everyone - from beginners to more advanced. In addition, the genealogy collection at Willard Library is absolutely outstanding!