The library sponsors a genealogy club that provides a forum for outside speakers or Godfrey staff to address
and discuss a variety of genealogical topics of interest. Genealogy Club is free to Godfrey Premium Members; $10 per
session for Godfrey Basic Members and the general public. Zoom invitations are sent out the day before the
presentation to those who have registered.
Recurrence: 3rd Saturday of the month, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Godfrey staff are available each day we are open to consult with you on your research
questions and help you find answers. No pre-registration necessary. Bring your laptop and whatever
information you already have with you to make the most of this time. First hour free to Godfrey Members.
Appointments not necessary, though you may want to call ahead to be sure we're not too busy.
Library staff and board members are available to give lectures and workshops on wide-ranging topics related
to genealogy and family history. Past topics include, but are not limited to:
• Genealogy for Beginners: Basic Resoure Types
• Genealogy for Beginners: Using Ancestry Library edition, and Familysearch.org
• Researching Colonial Ancestors
• Researching Immigrant Ancestors Back to Their Country of Origin
• Tips for Advanced Online Research
• On-site and Online Resources at the Godfrey Library
Call the Library Director at (860) 346-4375 for more topics and pricing information. To see a complete
list of our current offerings, Click
Ask our staff for information about other educational programs, courses, and oportunities that can develop
and enhance your research skills. Options include, but are not limited to, certificate programs, online
courses, conferences, and webinars.