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Learning About Religious Records
At our September meeting, Randy Bunn will speak. Is topic is, "What Church Did Your Ancestor Attend? Using Religious Records in Your Family History Research." The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 9 at 7:00 p.m. in the Chimbole Cultural Center.
AVGS Research Center Update
The Research Center is currently closed. Watch this web site for updates about our new location and reopening date.
Antelope Valley Genealogical Society, Inc. (AVGS) was organized in 1976.
Our purpose is to encourage an interest in genealogy, preserve genealogical materials, and assist researchers with their research techniques. AVGS is a non-profit organization. Donations are always welcome - cash, library materials, genealogy books and histories, or your time.
We would like to thank our sponsors, who support AVGS by advertising in our directory. Please see the Sponsors page.
AVGS has its own Genealogy Research Center housing a growing library collection of over 1,800 books, periodicals, and CD-ROMs. The library also offers computers with a high-speed Internet connection and free access to Ancestry.com. We welcome everyone and will help them with their research. We also offer genealogy workshops periodically.
Looking for High School Annuals and City Directories
AVGS is looking for old Antelope Valley area High School Annuals and City Directories to augment our library at the Research Center. Read more.
The date, time and location of our regular meetings is shown on our Calendar Page.
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