Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society
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WAGS Library
127 S Mission St, WVMCC Annex Bldg
Wenatchee, WA
WAGS Library will be closed Saturday April 30 and Saturday May 7 for Apple Blossom.
Enjoy the Festival!
Our library is a great place to get started.  We are open Tuesdays and Saturdays from 1-4 PM, located at 127 South Mission Street in Wenatchee, Washington, in the Annex building of the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. [corner bldg.] WAGS is a volunteer organization.  Fees for materials or research requests are charged to recover expenses and to enable us to obtain materials for the library.


Monday, May 16, 2016

The Brender Centennial Farmstead
First of all, please note that this meeting is one week later than our usual second Monday.
Second of all, the location is very different! Come on a field trip with us to the Brender Centennial farmstead. This farm was owned by the Brender family for 100+ years. The house was built in 1908, and has recently been acquired by Ludger & Julie Szmania, our hosts at Warm Springs Inn last August. WAGS member Dick Brender, a descendant of the original pioneers, will present the history of his family and this homestead.
This special opportunity is available only to WAGS members.
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Up Brender Canyon out of Cashmere--directions will follow soon.

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 If you live in the area come and visit our library. Friendly librarians are always there to help and copy records for a small fee.


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