Genealogy Classes

All Classes held at Clark County Genealogical Society Library from 10am to Noon

Tuition for each class: $15.00 for members, $20.00 for non-members. Beginning classes are free. Registration is REQUIRED via email education@ccgswa.org
While purchasing a class online, please use the code "member" at checkout to receive your membership discount.

10am, Tuesday, May 3, 2022 - In person in the CCGS meeting room

Getting Started Tracing Your Family
Presented by Brian A. Runyan

Brian will get you started researching your family tree. Topics include collecting information from the family, family group sheets, pedigree charts and genealogy
database program.

10am, Tuesday, May 10, 2022 - In person in the CCGS meeting room

There’s Gold in Them Thar Probate Records
Presented by Dale Deatherage

Dale will teach us what kind of documents we might find in probate files, where we might find them and why they should be an important part of our research Dale has been working on family history for nearly 20 years. He has been especially interested in a fourth great grandfather that fought in the Black Hawk War. Work continues on an article for publication. Dale has attended numerous national institutes — GRIP, SLIG, TIGR, IGHR — and enjoys sharing knowledge learned in these learning situations.

Call 360-750-5688, sign up at the library, or send an email to education@ccgswa.org to confirm a place in the class.

10am, Tuesday May 24th, 2022 - In person in the CCGS meeting room

Accessing Genealogically Relevant Materials In Your Bunny Slippers

Presented by Brian A. Runyan

We all learned a lot about operating from home these past two years. We learned there are many ways to access books, articles and other non-vital record materials without leaving home. Brian will show many ways of getting published content in front of your eyes.

Call 360-750-5688, sign up at the library, or send an email to education@ccgswa.org to confirm a place in the class.