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November Brown Bag
= Annual Open House =
 
=== Saturday, October 8, 2016, 10 am - noon  ===
 
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|+National Family History Month Open House: ''The Power of Story''
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| '''Adult Session'''
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| '''Children's Activities'''
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|10:00   ''The Power of Story'' -  Lise Embley
 
10:30   ''The Quilts of our Foremothers''  - Peggy Natoli Duffy
 
10:30 ''Boy Scout Genealogy Merit Badge''  - Cameron Blackhurst
 
11:00   ''The Living Link''  -  Janet Cummings 
 
11:15   ''Tech Tip: Google Translate''  -  Lise Embley
 
11:30   ''Finding Your Family in Court Records''  - Nathan B. Oman, JD
 
Refreshments will follow Nate Oman's presentation.
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|Activities for children ages 3+
Imagined, organized, and lead by Danielle Lawson
 
·     Make your own silhouette
 
·     “Who wore it better?”
 
·     Build a temple
 
·     Paper dolls
 
·     Story time
 
·     Map your ancestry
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= Our presenters: =
'''Cameron Blackhurst''' is Chartered Organization Representative for Boy Scout Troop 109 and a third generation Scouter. He is a husband, father, professional musician, and soldier in the US Army. He speaks Japanese fluently and recently completed a Spartan race.
 
'''Janet Cummings''' is a volunteer docent with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and Assistant Director of the WIlliamsburg Family History Center. She is a retired school principal and speech pathologist.
 
'''Peggy Natoli Duffy''' is a wife, mother, grandmother, retired school nurse, and long-time patron of the Williamsburg Family History Center. She is the volunteer co-facilitator of our RootsMagic User Group, an avid quilter, and loyal William and Mary soccer fan.
 
'''Lise Embley''' is a writer/editor and content specialist, a wife, mother, grandmother, and director of the Williamsburg Family History Center. In all four roles, she enthusiastically leverages technology to organize, analyze, synthesize, preserve, and share information.
 
'''Nathan B. Oman''', professor, William and Mary Law School, is a husband, father, gardener, banjo player, runner, and fly fisherman.
 
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=== Thursday, November 17 - noon ===
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