Under Stage 3 of the provincial “COVID-19 Reopening Plan”, the Quinte West Public Library is now fully open. Some protocols are still in place, such as providing names and phone numbers at the door, disinfecting, wearing masks, socially distancing and room occupancy limits, which for the Genealogy Research Library is 3 people at one time.
If you like being ‘part’ of a group and you like genealogy, then we may have a position for you! We offer training and coaching to everyone. Maybe you have the skills for one of our positions but are worried that you don’t know us, don’t be. Talk to our Chairperson and then decide.
As our world slowly emerges from pandemic lockdown, the Quinte Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is looking to find a “few good volunteers” to fill open positions on the Branch Council. A lifetime of family research is not a requirement although most Branch Council members have spent many hours researching their own family history.
The Community Archives keeps documentary materials of all kinds relating to Belleville and Hastings County, Ontario, and makes them available for research. Our archives was established in 2010 as a partnership between: City of Belleville, County of Hastings and Hastings County Historical Society The Community Archives collects and shares information about the Quinte area. CHECK OUT THE VARIOUS COLLECTIONS
This will be an open discussion session for anyone who is new to using commercial DNA testing to compliment their traditional genealogy research. The format will be primarily a Q&A where all participants share knowledge and expertise. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared to ask questions and share their DNA stories, tips, tricks and experiences.
Summer has arrived and it is making sure we know it is here! I hope yours gardens are growing in all this sun and rain and that your fans or air conditioning are working! We are very excited to be able to offer fitness classes in our beautiful parks this summer as well as on Zoom!