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Grand Falls Genealogy Club

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-475-7781
E-Mail gfplib@gnb.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/449583118408050/
Primary Contact Denise Koroscil, Member, Director; Email: cbkor@aernet.ca
Description & Services
Description of service(s) We are a group of amateur genealogists dedicated to helping each other in our research by sharing our genealogy information. We also add to the information available by purchasing genealogy material relating to the greater Grand-Falls region - available for on-site consultation at the Grand Falls public library, during regular business hours.•.
Dates Program is Offered Every 3rd Wednesday 6pm-8pm at the Grand Falls Public Library 
(no meetings in summer months of July and August)
Areas Served Drummond/North Elmsley ; Grand Falls ; New Denmark ; Drummond/North Elmsley; Grand Falls; New Denmark; St-André
Languages English ; French
Fees No charge to consult genealogy material at Library.  
Annual club membership fee is $10
Location information
Site Location Located in the Grand Falls Municipal Building
Located In Community Grand Falls
Address & Map
c/o Grand Falls Public Library
131 Pleasant St, Suite 201
Grand-Sault, NB E3Z 1G6
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Accessibility Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival.***
Other Details
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Meetings Every 3rd Wednesday 6pm-8pm at the Grand Falls Public Library 
(no meetings in summer months of July and August)
Print Material The Grand Falls Genealogy Club owns an impressive collection of books and genealogy records relating to the Greater Grand Falls region, complementing the already impressive collection at the library. In addition, a microfilm reader is available to view certain records on microfilm or available for order from the NB archives.
Service Categories Genealogical Societies

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