GENERAL MEETING DATE: June 18, 2016
 LOCATION: First Presbyterian Church, Constance and State;
TIME: 9:30 am Special Interest Groups;
10:30 am Short Business Meeting and Program.
 
 
Saïd Ramón Araïza (Pre-Concert Speaker for the Santa Barbara Symphony)
will be returning to SBCGS on Saturday, June 18, 2016
to present a discussion/demonstration of the music and entertainment of early California.
This panoramic overview – with piano – will feature examples
of the fascinating music during this crucial period of our state’s formation.
 
316 Castillo Street, Santa Barbara, California, 93101
 

                 

FGS (Federation of Genealogical Societies) is an umbrella organization dedicated to supporting genealogical societies.                                               The California State Genealogical Alliance serves as an information source for the California genealogical community to form a communication link between societies and the genealogical communityIdentify, assess, inventory, and preserve the genealogical sources within the state and to promote and advertize genealogy.
FGS (Federation of Genealogical Societies) is an umbrella organization dedicated to supporting genealogical societies.
 
The California State Genealogical Alliance serves as an information source for the California genealogical community to form a communication link between societies and the genealogical community. Identify, assess, inventory, and preserve the genealogical sources within the state and to promote and advertise genealogy.

 

 


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