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Gathering, Preserving, and Sharing Memories

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For adults

 

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The Story Center
Story Center Event
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Join Lisa L. Higgins, Director of the Missouri Folk Arts Program, to explore why and what we gather and save to sustain data and memories—both at work and at home. Higgins will highlight the work of the Missouri Folk Arts Program, as well as her own personal efforts, to capture family memories and media online via Ancestry, FindAGrave.com, and a dedicated family photo group on Facebook. Participants are encouraged to bring an object to discuss or a problem to troubleshoot. Please note this program will take place in person in The Story Center historic home. Please make sure to register the number of guests in your party. Space is limited.

 

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