3/6/2020 UPDATE: Observing an abundance of caution, the Genealogical Forum of Oregon is postponing its free Genealogy Open House which had been due to begin March 13 and run for 10 days. It will be rescheduled for Fall.

The Genealogical Forum of Oregon hosts a 10-day free open house Friday, March 13-Sunday, March 22 with more than 40 classes offered.

The non-profit library is located in the basement of the Ford Building at 2505 SE 11th Ave. Open seven days a week, it is the largest genealogy library in the Pacific Northwest and staffed by an all-volunteer force.

During the open house, all classes will be free of charge and no registration will be required. 

Four days will be themed – Beginners Day, DNA Day, Software Day and Irish Day – and two sessions on Mexican Genealogy will be lead by special guest John Schmal.

Hours of operation and a full schedule can be found at gfo.org/openhouse.