February 14: Stories from Alan Allman, who grew up in Webster, 6:30 p.m.
March 14: Jesse, Jacob and Friends, performing bluegrass and country music.
April 11: Presentations from Western Carolina University local history students
May 9: North Shore Cemeteries – Henry Chambers
June 13: (Tentative) Visit to Glenville Historical Society
July 11: Summer Picnic at Caney Fork Community Center. Program by Charlie Shuler
August 8: Historic Photographs of Cherokee, Anna Fariello
September 12: The Civil War in Western North Carolina, Rusty McLean
October 10: The Deitz Family, performing traditional mountain music
November 14: (Tentative) My Ancestry, My DNA, Jim Costa
December (date & location to be announced) – Annual Meeting and Christmas potluck dinner
All programs in Jackson County Library Community Room unless otherwise indicated
The JCGS hosts monthly programs, usually in the Community Room of the Jackson County Library, every second Thursday, at 6:30 p.m. All JCGS events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit us on Facebook or call 631-2646.
Titled "Storytelling with Alan Allman," featured speaker will be Alan Allman, who grew up in Webster and now lives in Franklin.
The Feb. 14 program begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room.
Jackson County Genealogical Society programs are always on the second Thursday of each month, usually in the Library’s Community Room.
For more information, call the Society office at 631-2646 or find the JCGS on Facebook.