Crafting Family Narratives with Oral History Methods and New Technologies
Make this holiday season even more special by focusing this year’s celebrations on sharing family stories before they are lost. Join the Hinsdale Historical Society on November 13th to learn how to use today’s digital technology, including your smart phone, to collect and preserve those special stories. Find out how you can share your family stories with others on your personal website, blog or YouTube. This program is for anyone who wants to preserve their family history before it is gone.
Oral and Public Historian Marie Scatena will facilitate a workshop where participants will create sample questions, develop a design plan and experience hands-on opportunities with their digital devices. Resources will be provided to help make the plan a reality. Participants will listen to and look at examples for inspiration.
Ms. Scatena taught Oral History at Columbia University and Public History at the University of Illinois. For over a decade, she was a museum educator and project director at the Chicago History Museum.
Refreshments will be served. Space in this special workshop is limited and pre-registration is required. To register for this program, email registration@HinsdaleHistory.org.
Location: Immanuel Hall, 302 South Grant Street, Hinsdale, IL
Date: Sunday, November 13, 2016
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm
Program Fee: $10/members; $15/non-members
Registration: Space is limited.
Pre-registration is required. Please register at registration@HinsdaleHistory.org by Nov. 9, 2016
Oh, You Beautiful Dolls: Dolls from the Society's Collection
Come visit the Hinsdale History Museum and check out our newest exhibit showcasing our collection of antique dolls.
The Hinsdale History Museum is open Saturdays from 2:00 to 4:00 pm and is located at 15 South Clay Street in Hinsdale, Illinois.
Remembering Oak Street Bridge
Check out our online memorial to Hinsdale's Oak Street Bridge and consider sharing your memories today.
Tuesdays 10:30 - 1:00 pm or by appointment
The archives are located at the Roger and Ruth Anderson Architecture Center in the Lower Level of Immanuel Hall-302 South Grant Street, Hinsdale
Please email Archives@HinsdaleHistory.org for more information or to make an appointment
Hinsdale History Museum
Saturdays 2:00 - 4:00 pm or by appointment
The Hinsdale History Museum is located at 15 South Clay Street, Hinsdale
Please email HistoryMuseum@HinsdaleHistory.org for more information or to schedule a group tour
For general information, please contact us at info@HinsdaleHistory.org
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