Library News & Notes

Connecting to the Past: Genealogy Program on Saturday

Perhaps you remember this Island Packet story back in February? http://www.islandpacket.com/2015/02/27/3615818_as-gravestones-mystery-re...

Kim Morgan and Akosua Moore have agreed to give us something of a reprise. They've nicked and tucked; researched,reviewed, revised, and compiled. This second outing is sure to be even more revealing than the inaugural event (which in case you missed it, was absolutely wonderful!)

Saturday, May 16, 1 pm | BDC@ Beaufort Branch, 311 Scott Street, 1st floor, Children's Programming Room | Ages 12 to AdultRead More...

Save Your Treasures

The Beaufort District Collection takes its responsibility to be a good steward of the materials entrusted to us very seriously. Therefore we must be up-to-date on preservation thought, practices, and techniques. Preservation Week gives us a special opportunity to share our knowledge about preservation practices with the community in order to empower you to better protect your family treasures. Come learn some general principles of preservation that can extend the lives of your precious documents and photographs.Read More...

Wersler, Last Ferry to Beaufort

We host local author Charles Wersler on Saturday, April 18th at 1 pm just outside our Research Room door. Come hear what he learned about life in Beaufort from the end of the Civil War to after World War II through a study of personal photographs and historical documents about the last ferryman in Beaufort County, who just so happened to also be his grandfather. The free BDC@ the BDC program is first come, first seated.Read More...

"Heart of the Home" Exhibit Now Open

The Beaufort District Collection highlights Women's History with a new exhibit, "Heart of the Home: Kitchen Archaeology at Mont Repose" and a free lecture on Saturday, March 21st.Read More...

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