Ready to begin Writing your Family history? Then join us May 27th from 1pm - 3pm at the California Genealogical Society’s Library in Uptown Oakland.
What’s it about?
Member Craig Siulinski will lead an engaging presentation that describes how writing your autobiography excerpts can enhance and enrich your family’s history. Free to members. Register here.
What to expect
You will learn to organize and write life stories---two pages at a time. In addition to participating in a few exercises that jog the mind and memory, attendees will write a short piece on one life story theme.
Writing tips will be discussed and every participant will receive an eBook. The goal is teach participants will learn how to bring stories alive.
Come be a part of this fun learning experience---register today!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Craig Siulinski is a teacher and writer as well as an avid genealogist. He holds a Master of Science degree in Education from Cal State University East Bay, and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern Maine. Craig teaches K-12 education and is currently a Learning Specialist at Stanbridge Academy in San Mateo.
Documenting Family Stories and researching genealogy have been Craig’s passions since 2007. His first blog called August Legacy, was dedicated to his maternal grandfather, Auguste "Gus" Albert.
He has led classes and workshops to encourage others to use blogs for sharing their own family histories. In 2014, Craig created Sharing Legacies to help others tell and preserved their family stories for generations to come.
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