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Past to Print: Writing Your Ancestor’s Story

Fri, Oct 25 2019
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Subjects
Writing
Age Group
For adults

 

Story Center Event
Presenter
The Story Center Branch
Registration Required

 

Let Story Center Publication Manager Dave Burns help you turn the fascinating people and stories you’ve uncovered in your genealogical research into engaging tales using key story crafting elements. Bring a project you are currently working on. This workshop is in partnership with the Midwest Genealogy Center.

 

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