The Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society offers several educational opportunities, in addition to regularly recurring programs, throughout the year to serve its members and guests.
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Genealogical Study Curriculum
The Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society is implementing a new multi-level educational curriculum which provides opportunities for, beginning, intermediate and advanced genealogical study. The curriculum is offered to assist genealogists progress with incremental development of their research skills.
Want to learn how effectively to research in Colorado repositories? Plan to attend one of the scheduled field trips to libraries, archives, Family History Centers, or other destinations of local interest.
Interested in attending a week-long research trip to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City? Take part in special preparatory classes offered periodically so you will make the most of your trip.
Do you seek hands-on practice using core record types? Plan to participate in helpful workshops.
Note that all CRCGS functions are held at the Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104, unless otherwise noted in the event description. In the case of inclement weather, call the library at (303) 791-7323 and follow the society’s Facebook page for updates on any closures or cancellations.
Offsite events will have full location details listed in the event descriptions or registration details. In the case of inclement weather impacting offsite events, contact the specific event organizer listed online for any event postponements or cancellations (the library will not have details about offsite events).