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Saving Memories: Organizing, Managing, Telling, Remembering (Afternoon Session)

Saving Memories: Organizing, Managing, Telling, Remembering (Afternoon Session) In-Person

This afternoon session offers insight on the organization and preservation of the photos and documents, highlighting the connection between generations and individuals these pieces of our lives can bring. Topics include: 

Organizing Photo Memories : Overwhelmed with a lifetime of printed photos, memorabilia, home movies, and outdated media? Learn step-by-step how to organize your family photo collection

Managing the 'stuff' and the stories: Got 'stuff?' We all do. Some of it is really important or valuable. Here you'll be guided through how to digitally save the memories while also decluttering and preserving the value behind your things. 

How to Tell Important Family Stories: Want to preserve memories and stories, but stall out with the magnitude of the task? Discover how to create connectional narratives which capture the past while enjoying reminiscing with the people you love.

Photo Reminiscence Therapy:  Photos can be very powerfull memory tools.  This will be discussion of bringing those memories and connection between people using conversation and photos

The afternoon session is 2:00pm - 4:30pm (this is a repeat of the morning session)

 

Date:
Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Time:
2:00pm - 4:30pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Meeting Room - Susan Clayton Garwood
Location:
Family History Research Center at the Clayton Library Campus
Age Group:
  Adults     Seniors  
Categories:
  History Research Centers     Spotlight Events  

Registration is required. There are 24 seats available.

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