Date
Tuesday, March 23, 1-2pm
Location
Meeting ID
Provided After Reg
Zoom Session
MA
00000
Instructor
Marilyn Okonow
Occurrence
One time event
Ages
Adults
Cost
$0

Genealogy is about personal memory and connecting to the people who have played a role in bringing you to this place in your life. It can enlarge your sense of self and community in profound and lasting ways and is a legacy to pass along to your family. In this how-to workshop, learn to start researching your family's history from the comfort of your home computer. This program is a collaboration of JCC Greater Boston, Jewish Family & Children's Service and the Vilna Shul/Boston's Center for Jewish Culture.

Pre-registration required to receive private zoom link.

Marilyn is the President of the Board of Directors of the Vilna Shul/Boston's Center for Jewish Culture. As the co-founder of the Vilna Shul Genealogical Project, she has been instrumental in locating over 500 living descendants of the original Vilna Shul founders from the early 1900's in the West End of Boston. Marilyn has 2500 family members in her family tree and loves helping others find their roots. For ten years, she was the Outreach Coordinator for Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston. In addition to her work at The Vilna, Marilyn is also in her twelfth year as the musical director for the Tremble Clefs, a chorus for Parkinson's patients and their caregivers, part of the Charlotte and Richard Okonow Parkinson's Support Program at Jewish Family & Children's Service.