Trace your family tree
Preparing your Family Tree with Hellenic Roots will be held as part of Festival Hellenika in May
Most of us are interested in finding out about where we came from and who our ancestors were, but it isn't always easy finding the information needed to know all that. So come along and get some ideas on how to research and compile your family history, prepare family tree and charts, trace your family's arrival in Australia and find out how you can preserve old photographs and documents to make sure they last for many generations to come.
This event is on Wednesday 2 May and is presented by Spriros Sarris, President of the SA Friends of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens. The even is free, but bookings are essential by Monday 30 April by calling or sending a text message to Spiros at 0404 145 455, you can also send an email email@example.com
The event, Preparing your Family Tree with Hellenic Roots will start at 7:00 pm at the Greeks of Egypt and Middle East Hall, 56 Richmond Road, Keswick. Admission is free.
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