The Dallas Genealogical Society has a long history of donating funds, materials to the Genealogy Section of the Dallas Public Library. As of late 2017, the total value of the cash, books, and media provided directly to the library is $686,560.61.
On Sunday, June 4 at 1:30 p.m. the McKinney Public Library is hosting its annual Beginner’s Genealogy Program which is free and open to all.
DGS’s May General Meeting is Sat. morning, May 6, 1st floor Auditorium, J.Erik Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX, 75201. Agenda-election of officers; Program-“Getting the Most Bang For Your Buck Out of Libraries”.
Special Events on 8th floor of J. Erik Jonsson Central Library during Dallas Book Festival, Saturday April 29.
Dallas Public Library has been chosen as a finalist for a National Medal for Museum and Library Service. How has the library made a difference in your life?
The DGS DIG will meet Thursday, Dec. 17 in the Hamon Room on the 5th floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas from 6-8pm. Program: Tools/filters on FTDNA; Using Y-DNA and Family Finder.
Please attend the Luncheon to honor those who have contributed to the genealogical community and to begin the celebration of our 60th anniversary! Current DGS members may attend at no cost. Several Awards will be presented.
“The Presidential Libraries and the George W. Bush Presidential Center” is our program topic for our next General Meeting, Saturday, November 7. Alan Lowe, Director of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, is our speaker.
The Dallas Public Library is working on a strategic plan that will help them better serve the community. Please complete this survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Dallas_Public_Library.
The Dallas Public Library is holding a series of Community Forums to obtain input on their future direction and priorities. If you want to voice an opinion please plan on attending one of the sessions which are scheduled to be