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Understanding Your Family Heirloom with a Workshop at Stenton

January 3, 2012

Join Stenton on Saturday, January 14th from 1 -4 PM for Understanding Heirlooms: A Workshop Exploring your Family Objects. This fun and informative workshop will discuss how to incorporate family heirlooms into genealogical research to learn more about your family history. The three-part program will include an overview of using objects to do genealogical research, how to “read” objects and use what you learn in your family research, and how to properly care for your heirlooms at home. Guests are encouraged to bring their own heirlooms to the workshop to learn more about their specific objects. Refreshments will be provided.

This exciting program will be led by Kory Berrett of the American Institute for Conservation and Dr. Patricia Keller, a Curatorial Consultant and Research Specialist with the Berrett Conservation Studio. Cost for the program is $15 Per Person, $10 for Friends of Stenton. Spaces are limited. Please call 215-329-7312 to make your reservation or return the form below. Snow date will be January 21st.

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