I received some information from Ann M. about an upcoming program that will be hosted by the Genealogical Forum of Elmhurst, IL on Sunday, December 5, 2010 at 3:00 PM.
The group will be presenting a topic about the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library and Other Washington, D.C. Resources Onsite and Online.
This looks like a very good topic especially for those that have any Colonial American roots associated with ancestors having served in the Revolutionary War. The DAR is a wonderful organization that has some great resources to assist your genealogical research.
The following text that is in Bold and Italics is from the Genealogical Forum of Elmhurst, IL and was contained in the e-mail I received from Ann M. about this upcoming program. Please take a look at all of the details for this upcoming program.
Especially note that there is a charge for non-members of the organization to attend.
Schaumburg Township District Library
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library
& Other Washington, D.C. Resources: Onsite & Online
On Sunday, December 5, 2010 the Genealogical Forum of Elmhurst will host a presentation by Susan Maltese.
The meeting will be held at 3:00 p.m. in the Community Bank of Elmhurst, 300 W Butterfield Rd, Elmhurst (intersection of Spring Road.
There is a traffic light and a Shell station on the NE corner).
Guests are welcome.
To defray speaker fees: Non-members $6, Couples $9.
For information, call 708/531-0449. www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilgfe/
The program will review information about the
DAR Library and other resources in Washington, D.C.
The Genealogical Forum of Elmhurst is a family history club
serving people in the western suburbs of Chicago. The club seeks to educate and stimulate, to share and help, and to promote genealogy in a non-critical way. General meetings of the organization are held on five Sunday afternoons each year.
Please join us for this informative lecture.
Sharon Zarembka, Secretary
The Genealogical Forum of Elmhurst