July 23, 2020 –
Family history tells us who we are and where we come from. But genealogical records sometimes lack the personal details that communicate just how interesting families can be. Adding stories to genealogy can make family history more vivid and more likely to be ready by future generations. In this mini workshop presented by Kim Stanley, chair of the Department of Modern Languages at McPherson College, participants will learn how to take their research and turn it into story form. Sponsored by Humanities Kansas as part of their Dial-a-Speaker program.
This is an online program via Zoom. To participate, please email email@example.com.