TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Genealogical Society is holding its annual Open House, Oct. 9. The Open House will take place in the Community Room of the Temecula City Hall.
This year the society will display more aids and ideas to help the novice or the more advanced genealogical researcher. The Open House will feature lineage societies, the Temecula Historical Society, the Temecula Valley Museum and Murrieta Family History Center representatives. Students from Bonsall High School will present the result of their genealogy, history or geography assignments in creative forms, as in years past.
Members of the Temecula Valley Genealogical Society’s special interest groups that research British, German, Hispanic and African-American heritage, as well as the DNA study group, will be available to discuss clues and aids to work through the “brick walls” that sometimes come up in research. Additionally, members of the society will be available to answer questions and explain the benefits of membership. The community is invited to take the first step in tracing their family heritage.
For additional information, contact the society president, Barbara Perez, at [email protected].