Free genealogy research help available Thursdays at Poudre River Public Library in Old Town

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Do you need help with your genealogy? The Larimer County Genealogical Society has experienced volunteers to help any visitor with their genealogy or family history research for free.

Volunteers are available every Thursday afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m. in Study Room A, upstairs at Old Town Library, 201 Peterson St. in Fort Collins. Volunteers will show you how to use the Internet, locate various records across the world, or how to use research materials in the library.

Do you realize there are billions of genealogy records available on the Internet? The library has two genealogy databases on Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest that opens the world to you with over 12 billion names. There are many genealogy records, plus many family trees and old family photos that are available on the Internet. They can show you how to complete your family tree.

Visit their website at www.lcgsco.org to see all the many resources in locating your ancestor. They also offer FREE classes monthly which can be seen on the Library District calendar.