Try one of the State Library’s classes – an easy resolution to keep

The State Library offers classes in many topics all throughout the year and the class time is generally around the lunch hour.  Why not start the new year by trying one of the State Library’s free classes?

You say you haven’t heard about these classes? Here’s some comments from attendees: “I like that the library has free classes that I can attend on my lunch hour. I am currently researching my family tree and the library’s classes have helped me in many ways.”
This individual agrees, “I like all of the lunch hour learning programs. They are a great way to take a break from the office and learn something new.”

In January, 2019 please join us for any or all of these classes: January 4 – take this class right from your computer. It’s a webinar on Genealogical Research Stories and our Genealogy Librarian has found some really interesting ones.
January 2019 onsite courses at 185 West State Street include: January 9Managing your credit and credit reporting; January 15Effective Communication Strategies for Alzheimers; and on January 25thUsing the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for Genealogical Research. To find out more about these classes or to register, visit our events page at and click on the class or classes you would like to take. We hope to see you at one of our classes soon. If you need any assistance, call 609-278-2640 ext. 103 or email: