Thursday, September 15, 2011

Seymour Library To Hold Research Lock-In

The Jackson County Public Library in Seymour will hold a research lock-in on Friday, October 28 from 6 to 11 pm. The evening will begin with a soup & sandwich (and dessert) supper and a talk on riverboat travel and records by Dan Back, river historian from Patriot, Indiana.

Researchers will have access to books, microfilm and computers until 11 pm, but may leave earlier if they prefer. The registration fee of $8 must be received by Thursday, October 20. The fee is not refundable but may be transferred with proper notice. Those attending the lock-in should be in the library by 5:45 pm, but may arrive earlier for a day of research.

A brief workshop for beginners will follow the supper if enough interest is indicated.

For more information about the lock-in and to register, please contact Local History Specialist Charlotte Sellers - (812) 522-3412 ext. 240 or csellers@myjclibrary.org

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