Climb Your Family Tree during “Moonlight Madness” at Virginia Beach Public Library (VBPL)

Climb Your Family Tree during “Moonlight Madness” at Virginia Beach Public Library (VBPL)
October 5, 2022

​Interested in starting or continuing your genealogy journey? Don't miss VBPL's Moonlight Madness, an evening of research, learning, and fun on Friday, Oct. 14, 5:30-9:30 p.m. at Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library. Enjoy after-hours access to VBPL's Edgar T. Brown Local History Archives and other local history and genealogy resources including Ancestry Library Edition, FamilySearch records, microfilm, and more. VBPL staff will be on hand to provide research assistance and short lectures on various local history and genealogy topics.

"Moonlight Madness is ideal for anyone interested in genealogy and local history to access the wealth of free resources available at VBPL while the library is closed, and to get one-on-one help from librarians and other staff," said VBPL Special Collections Librarian Amanda Wade.

Advance registration is required to attend Moonlight Madness. Space is limited, so visit VBPL's online calendar and reserve your spot today. Registration closes Sunday, Oct. 9.

About VBPL's Local History and Genealogy Resources
VBPL's local history and genealogy collection at the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library is open to the public Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can make an appointment to visit the Edgar T. Brown Local History Archive in person by emailing archives@vbgov.com, searching the archives through VBPL's online catalog, and viewing materials through the digital archive.

About Virginia Beach Public Library

Virginia Beach Public Library includes a central library, a joint-use library in partnership with Tidewater Community College, seven area libraries, and a public law library. Services include workforce development and job-search support, small business resources, computer and technology classes, early literacy classes and outreach, and local history archives and programs. In addition to books, music, magazines, and movies in tangible and digital formats, the library provides online research tools accessible from home or work, and a variety of special collections. Visit www.VBgov.com/libraries for more information.

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