Surrey museum hosts family history session

Join presenters from the Surrey Museum, Surrey Archives and Surrey Library for a how-to session on using a variety of homey research tools.

It’s a session family historians and genealogy buffs won’t want to miss.

On Saturday, the Surrey Museum hosts A Kitchen Table Approach to Family History Research, a how-to session involving staff from the museum, the Surrey Archives and the Surrey Library.

The two-hour session will help those researching their family histories draw on a variety of tools.

Learn interview techniques, what to do with family photographs, what can be uncovered in your family papers and more.

Join presenters Sandra Borger from the Surrey Museum, Ryan Gallagher from Surrey Archives, and Paul MacDonnell from the Surrey Library.

The cost is $15.

The session runs 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Surrey Museum, 17710 56A Avenue. To register, call the Surrey Museum at 604-592-6956.

Follow the Cloverdale Reporter on Twitter and Facebook.

Just Posted

Surrey fairy garden has little children spellbound

Cloverdale fairy garden a wing’s flutter away from George Greenaway elementary school

2019 Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair Round-Up

Looking back on the community events, rodeo and country fair that took place over May long weekend

Surrey firefighters not among 267 being sent to battle Alberta wildfires

‘We haven’t been called upon to be deployed,’ Surrey Fire Chief Len Garis told the Now-Leader on Tuesday

South Surrey residents deliver loud ‘no’ to condo proposal

Four- or five-storey building suggested for 152 Street and 26 Avenue

Killer of Calgary mother, daughter gets no parole for 50 years

A jury found Edward Downey guilty last year in the deaths of Sara Baillie, 34, and five-year-old Taliyah Marsman

50 trip planning kiosks coming to TransLink routes

Kiosk will allow riders to see schedules and alerts

Crackdown on money laundering does not include federal public inquiry: minister

An independent report commissioned concluded $7.4 billion was laundered in B.C. last year

Trudeau’s action plan on climate change brings B.C. politician out of retirement

Terry Lake, a former B.C. health minister, is running for federal office in Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo

Survey finds minimal progress in Canadian military’s fight against sexual misconduct

1.6 per cent of regular-force members — 900 military personnel — reported having been victims of sexual assaults over past year

Raptors beat Bucks 120-102 to even series at 2-2

Lowry pours in 25 as Toronto moves within two games of NBA Finals

Body of missing snowmobiler recovered from Great Slave Lake

Police confirm the body is that of one of three missing snowmobilers

Toddler seriously injured after falling from Okanagan balcony

RCMP are investigating after a two-year-old boy fell from the balcony of an apartment in Kelowna

Fraser Valley chef sentenced to seven years for million-dollar drug operation

Raymon Ranu has been working as a cook since he was arrested for selling fentanyl and cocaine

Most Read