Monday, May 10, 2010

GenFest 2010!

GenFest 2010 is this weekend! Here's a link to the announcement on the High Point Library's web page. The N.C. Piedmont genealogy world is all atwitter with excitement because the last GenFest was about three years ago. The library had just got it going as an annual event when major building renovations caused the hiatus. This year's event will be the biggest, so far, with more than 40 vendors. Here's a list of them, reprinted with permission from the Heritage Research Center of High Point Public Library.

GENFEST 2010 Vendor List
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, 15 May 2010
High Point Public Library

Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society
Boy Scouts of America
Betty Brown, Author and Professional Research
Mary Browning, Author and Professional Research
Bettye Casey, My Recollection
Glenn Chavis, African American History, High Point
Children’s Room, High Point Public Library
Daughters of the American Revolution, Alexander Martin Chapter
Davidson County Public Library, Local History and Genealogy
Stewart Dunaway, Publications
Durham-Orange Genealogical Society (DOGS); (combined with SAR)
East Coast Allred Family Association (Linda Cooper)
Andy Evans, AB Enterprises
Family History Center, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Forsyth County Genealogical Society
Forsyth County Historical Association (Michael L. Marshall)
Genealogical Society of Davidson County
Genealogy and Local History Committee, North Carolina Library Association
Greensboro Public Library, North Carolina Collection
Guilford County Genealogical Society
Otis Hairston, African American History, Greensboro
High Point Historical Society
Friends of the High Point Public Library (Brenda Haworth)
Lavada Johnson Bellot, African American Family History
Junior League of High Point
North Carolina Mayflower Society, Piedmont Colony
Olde Mecklenburg Genealogical Society
Barry Munson, Publications
North Carolina Friends Historical Society
North Carolina Genealogical Society
Old North State Detectorists
Dr. A. Bruce Pruitt, Publications
Randolph County Genealogical Society
Charles Rodenbough, Author / Historian
Elizabeth Saunders, Creative Memories
Debi Simmerson, Potter
Salisbury Confederate Prison Association, Inc
Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), Alamance Battleground Chapter
Sons of Confederate Veterans, Lt. F. C. Frazier Camp #668
Dr. Otis E. Tillman, African American History, High Point
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Guilford Chapter 301
Walkertown Area Historical Association
Dan Warren, History of Archdale and Trinity
YWCA, High Point Chapter

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