The Southfield City Centre is a sponsor of the annual Genealogy Lock-In on June 22 at the Southfield Public Library. For one evening only, the library will re-open its doors after the normal closing time for a “study hall” for family researchers.
This exciting project normally attracts 50 to 60 people who will receive unlimited access to the library’s computers, databases and collections for their genealogy research. Librarians will provide instructional guidance to assist beginners and will be available all evening to answer questions.
Participants must pre-register. The event is open to anyone over 18 years old. A $10 admission fee is payable in cash at the door. For more details on this educational event, visit www.southfieldlibrary.org or call 248-796-4224.
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