Have you ever watched the show "Who Do You Think You Are"? It's a show that takes a Hollywood star or famous musician and traces their family tree and shows the star where they came from and how their ancestors helped to shape history. This could be your own "Who Do You Think You Are".
The St. Louis County Historical Society is hosting a workshop entitled Basic Genealogy: How to Create a Working Binder on Thursday, November 16, from 9:30 AM to noon in the Ruth Maney Room on the ground floor of the Depot.

According to a press release from the St. Louis County Historical Society attendees will learn how to search for, understand and sort through historical and family documents to create an easy-to-read binder. A Toolkit for Beginners - free to attendees - will include local, state and national resource as well as tips for successful genealogy research.

The workshop is free and open to the public. Kathleen Cargill is the workshop leader and an experienced teacher of basic genealogy. Seating is limited. Refreshments will be served.

Contact: Kathleen Cargill, 218-733-7586 or kathleen@thehistorypeople.org to reserve your place.