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Research your family tree in free two-part genealogy program April 21 & May 6

If you’ve ever wanted to research your family tree, now’s your chance.  The City is hosting a two-part free genealogy program designed to help you discover the lineage and history of your family.

During the first part of the program from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 21 at the Mission Viejo Library, you will use different resources to explore the history of your ancestors. In the second session on Saturday, May 6 at the Norman P. Murray Center, you will develop a family crest that can be passed down through generations.

This genealogy program provides a great opportunity to honor those who came before you; preserve your family story for future generations; better understand yourself; and bring family together through shared history.

Register online at or call 949-470-3062 and reference course #5138.


Thank you is there a fee.

There is no fee but we do ask that you register by phone or online so we know how many to expect. Register online at or call 949-470-3062 and reference course #5138. Thanks!

Will this service be offered again later in the year? I am willing to pay for it.

We don't yet know if this program will be offered again, but docents from the South Orange County California Genealogical Society are in the Mission Viejo Library every day to provide free research assistance and answer questions. Stop by the Genealogy desk in the Library or call (949) 470-8498 for more info.

I would also be interested in attending one of these research sessions on genealogy and family ancestry in the future. Can't go tonight, but am definitely interested!

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