There are many local histories to learn about Snohomish County area communities, families, businesses and events – Check them out at your local library or heritage organization.
Below are some links for family history resources and questions – start planning a project for family visits this holiday season. They don’t have to be long, they don’t have to be formal. But try one and figure out how it might work best for your family or community.
For inspiration : Storycorps
And don’t forget Everett Public Library oral history collection
For more family tree wall art, see http://www.pinterest.com/pgabri/family-tree-wall-art/
For more help, contact us.
A FREE workshop by Warner Blake, author of the Snohomish County Tribune’s column SNOHOMISH: THEN AND NOW.
Following a brief introduction to the features of other free software choices, workshop participants are invited to follow along with their own laptop or tablet as we actually build a WordPress website from scratch, including our first post with a photograph!
WHEN: Sunday, April 21, 2013, from 2 – 4p
WHERE: Multi-Purpose Room, Snohomish Library 311 Maple Avenue, Snohomish
WHO: Presented by the League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations and Warner Blake, author of “Early Snohomish,” Arcadia Publishers 2007.
Time for questions and refreshments are promised.
CONTACT: SnohomishThenAndNow.org / contact with questions — First come, first seated, doors open at 1:45p.
You can also contact —- –
Veep – League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations