San Ramon Valley Genealogical Society
Serving Northern California's Alameda & Contra Costa Counties
The San Ramon Valley Genealogical Society (SRVGS) was formed in 1985 and now has over 170 members. Meetings are held in the facilities of the Danville Family History Center at Stone Valley and Smith Roads, Alamo, California (see map) from 10:00 a.m. to noon on the third Tuesday of every month. Guests are welcome. Each meeting includes a speaker who is expert in some aspect of family research, as well as a member who shares a significant breakthrough. SRVGS conducts educational classes for its members and has various Special Interest Groups (SIGs). These include; groups interested in researching specific areas, such as Ireland or Germany; a Publishing group; and several Genealogy software groups. Each SIG usually meets monthly. Please see our Special Interest Group web page for their regular schedule or any planned schedule changes.
Our members enjoy the expertise of the Family History Center staff and the vastness of their resources. SRVGS has its own Media Library and its many reference books are housed at the Danville Public Library.
The San Ramon Valley Genealogical Society provides a friendly, social and supportive environment through which we promote the study of Genealogy. We provide our members research assistance, educational opportunities, resources, and a forum for the exchange of information and ideas, while adhering to the highest standards of research and documentation. We serve the community through outreach programs and collaborating with other historical and genealogical organizations.
Rev. 109; Date: Friday, April 5, 2013 at 10:30 am
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