Tuesday June 5th @11:00 am–How Old Is That Photograph?


How old that picture in the attic? How can genealogists research photos from their family collections and date them? This lecture program will introduce a methodology used to assign a date range to historical photographs. Research tools to be demonstrated will include identifying the photographic process, how to research the photographer’s imprints and visual clues found in costume and background details. Examples of the research process and the sources used to accurately date the photographs will be fully explained. A handout sheet will outline the methods used and will include a bibliography of sources for further information. Time will be allowed for questions and individuals may bring one image with them to be dated. Participants will come away with sharpened powers of observation and a new appreciation of the photographic medium.

This interesting program will occur on Tuesday, June 5th @ 11:00 AM.

Please register for this program using the library’s online registration system.

Music Mondays @ 11:00 am for children and their caregivers

The Build-A-Band program is based on Differentiated Learning style. It is a performance based and hands on instruments program that gives students the opportunity to try different instruments and spend time working independently in “Music Centers” to develop skill at their own pace. Students not only develop skills on Piano Keyboard, Guitar, Bass, Violin, Drums, Vocals and Percussion, but also develop listening skills, how to compromise when choosing age appropriate songs and how to work together as a band.

The class will meet on February 5, March 5, April 9, May 7 and June 4.

Please sign-up using the online registration system.