Upcoming Events

Title: Genealogy Club
Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2024
Time: 10:30am - 11:45am
Location: Board Room
Audiences: Adult
Categories: Adult Program, Class, Guest Speaker, Lecture, Local History and Genealogy
Registration: Registration is required for this event.
Description:

The Genealogy Club meets once per month to discuss genealogy. All experience levels are welcome. The meetings often include a program or video followed by a discussion and sharing of ideas, resources, and advice. On occasion, a member of the group will provide the program for the group.

If a webinar or other online tool is used, it will be posted to the Club's Facebook Group within a few days of the meeting. The Club's Facebook site can be found as a "group" on the Library's Facebook site. Occasionally, the program will be streamed on Facebook Live. 

There is no official "club" to join; the Club is just a group of people interested in genealogy and sharing knowledge with others. Members are welcome to attend anytime they are able. The Club does not do genealogy or family trees for people.

Register for this program below or call 330-745-1194, option 2 for more information. 

Title: Genealogy Club
Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2024
Time: 10:30am - 11:45am
Location: Board Room
Audiences: Adult
Categories: Adult Program, Class, Guest Speaker, Lecture, Local History and Genealogy
Registration: Registration is required for this event.
Description:

The Genealogy Club meets once per month to discuss genealogy. All experience levels are welcome. The meetings often include a program or video followed by a discussion and sharing of ideas, resources, and advice. On occasion, a member of the group will provide the program for the group.

If a webinar or other online tool is used, it will be posted to the Club's Facebook Group within a few days of the meeting. The Club's Facebook site can be found as a "group" on the Library's Facebook site. Occasionally, the program will be streamed on Facebook Live. 

There is no official "club" to join; the Club is just a group of people interested in genealogy and sharing knowledge with others. Members are welcome to attend anytime they are able. The Club does not do genealogy or family trees for people.

Register for this program below or call 330-745-1194, option 2 for more information. 

Title: Genealogy Club
Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2024
Time: 10:30am - 11:45am
Location: Board Room
Audiences: Adult
Categories: Adult Program, Class, Guest Speaker, Lecture, Local History and Genealogy
Registration: Registration is required for this event.
Description:

The Genealogy Club meets once per month to discuss genealogy. All experience levels are welcome. The meetings often include a program or video followed by a discussion and sharing of ideas, resources, and advice. On occasion, a member of the group will provide the program for the group.

If a webinar or other online tool is used, it will be posted to the Club's Facebook Group within a few days of the meeting. The Club's Facebook site can be found as a "group" on the Library's Facebook site. Occasionally, the program will be streamed on Facebook Live. 

There is no official "club" to join; the Club is just a group of people interested in genealogy and sharing knowledge with others. Members are welcome to attend anytime they are able. The Club does not do genealogy or family trees for people.

Register for this program below or call 330-745-1194, option 2 for more information. 

Title: The Barberton Post Office
Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2024
Time: 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location: Spillette Meeting Room
Audiences: Adult
Categories: Adult Program, Lecture, Local History and Genealogy
Description:

The first post office in Barberton opened on April 28, 1891. Since then the post office has moved a couple of times. Come learn the history of Barberton's Post Office, its postmasters, and the mail service in Barberton. 

Everyone is welcome. No registration needed. 

Title: Introduction to Genealogy
Date: Thursday, September 19, 2024
Time: 6:15pm - 7:30pm
Location: Spillette Meeting Room
Audiences: Adult
Categories: Adult Program, Lecture, Local History and Genealogy
Description:

Designed for the early beginner, a variety of genealogical resources will be discussed during this program, including tips, and techniques for successful searching. If there is time, the group as a whole will practice searching by using one of the resources discussed.  

If you are a genealogist just beginning to research your family, this program will teach you the most frequently used genealogical resources.