AfriGeneas Genealogy and History Forum
BHM Events Hamilton Cnty OH
Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Main Library, 800 Vine St., downtown. Free. 513-369-6900; www.cincinnatilibrary.org.
African-American Community History Resources. 11 a.m. Glimpse history of African-American communities across nation.
Developing the Genealogy of an African-American Community: A Case Study. 2 p.m., Huenefeld Tower Room, third floor. Methods for collecting and recording information, with Timothy Pinnick, genealogist.
Research Break. Noon. Hands-on opportunity to conduct genealogy research assisted by library staff in History and Genealogy Department.
Tools of the Trade for African American Genealogy. 11 a.m. Introduction to family history research techniques, including information available on Internet. With Timothy Pinnick, genealogist. Huenefeld Tower Room, Third floor.
The Buzz Black Book Fair, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, downtown. Children's area, book signings, literary workshops, African-American authors and storytelling. All ages. Free. 513-679-6000; www.freedomcenter.org.
Youth Program and Concert, 11:30 a.m., New Vision United Methodist Church, 4400 Reading Road, Paddock Hills. Featuring Soulja-K, Called II Worship, ASAP Boys and Definition of Praise. Free. 513-961-4817; www.newvisionumcministries.org.