Please mark these dates on your calendars and check back often to see what the up coming programs will be.
All programs are free and open to the public, they are all held a 1 P.M. at the Thomas T Taber Museum, 858 West 4Th St, Williamsport, PA.
Williamsport school teacher who was the first African-American woman to author a novel. Starting in January 1865, her novel, The Curse of Caste, or the Slave Bride was serialized in the pages of the Christian Recorder. click here for a picture of Mary SieminskiFind out more »
Vicki and Ted after the program Ted Bainbridge, Ph.D. Longmont, Colorado Ted has been a genealogical researcher, teacher, consultant, speaker, and writer. “Preserving Your Collections: General problems and solutions - Preserving photos, documents, computer data, and memorabilia, and detecting errors in your work.”Find out more »
Martin Hula Martin is a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania. He enlisted in the U.S. Army two weeks out of high school and has served honorably overseas. After his discharge, he attended Lycoming College on the G. I. Bill. He is married to the love of his…Find out more »
April 28, 2018 Pennsylvanian James M. Beidler, author of the new book The Family Tree Historical Newspapers Guide, will present “Vital Records in Print: Finding Births, Marriages and Deaths in Newspapers” “Vital Records in Print” details how looking at historical newspapers is a step back to a time when the…Find out more »
On May 19, 2018, at 1:00 p.m. in the Community Room at the Taber Museum, Bruce Huffman presented a program on the old Pine Street Cemetery and also spoke about the Williamsport (Washington Boulevard) Cemetery.Find out more »
Wayne has presented programs for us before - one on how to take care of your photographs and one a hands on photoshop class. He has been a pioneer in this field establishing ground breaking and industry defining digital restoration techniques. With over 17 years of experience, he is the…Find out more »
Paul Novak and Thad Meckley will present a program about Wildwood CemeteryFind out more »