Jul 26, 2019
These classes are designed specifically for YOU if you are interested in learning how to do family research, solve “brick walls or road blocks”, and write for future generations about your family history. No computer experience required but recommended. Classes are open to all beginners or advanced students!
SRJC offers noncredit courses for seniors as part of its goal to provide lifelong learning.
• FREE! No fee for Older Adults Program courses. No age limit for Older Adults Program courses, though they are tailored for seniors.
• Access SRJC Students Discounts and services, too!
• You may sign up for a class by going directly to the location and the Instructor will give you an application and assist with registration. Or Sign Up online at www.santarosa.edu; see Schedule of Classes, click on OAP per the listed section numbers/ description as per above.
• You may contact the Older Adults Program at (707) 527-4533 for more information or the Instructor, Denise Beeson at (707) 694-6826.
The following class meets at: Windsor Library, Community Room
9291 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor, CA Tel: 707 838-1020
Sec 2297 Monday 10:15-:am-11:45 am (8/19-12/16) Beginning Genealogy
The following class meets at: Oakmont East Recreation Center
7902 Oakmont Drive Upstairs, Santa Rosa, CA Tel: 707 539-1611
Sec 2012 Tuesday 9:30am-11:00 am (8/20-12/16) ADV. Genealogy- Migration
The following classes meet at: Santa Rosa Family History Center (FHC)
1725 Peterson Lane, Santa Rosa, CA Tel. (707) 525-0399
Sec 2882 Tuesday, 1pm- 2:30pm (8/20-12/16) Beginning Genealogy
Sec 3121 Tuesday, 2:45pm- 4:15pm (8/20-12/16) TOOLS for Genealogy
Sec 3022 Wednesday, 1pm-2:30pm (8/21-12/18) ADV. Genealogy- Migration
Sec 3104Wednesday, 2:45pm-4:15pm (8/21-12/18) Roadblocks/Brick Walls/DNA
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