Why Visit SIGS
At Sno-Isle Genealogical Society (SIGS) we are devoted to furthering genealogical research and education through our library at Humble House in Lynnwood, Washington and through educational events and focus groups. Our focus is on promoting interest in family history through our collection of local, national, and event based genealogical materials. Our volunteers are committed to recording and researching genealogical data concerning Snohomish and Island Counties in the State of Washington. We have a large collection of local resources including obituaries, personal histories, and other locally curated material.
The Society offers research services from our eclectic collection of resources via phone or email. Membership in SIGS helps support the running of our physical location, Humble House, and members receive a newsletter published 10 times per year, and access to purchases at the SIGS Bargain Bookstore.
In-person research help is available by visiting our Lynnwood, Washington location. Our dedicated group of volunteers have a passion for genealogical research. Whether you prefer the “old-fashion” paper recordings, utilizing technology, or have embraced genetic genealogy our staff have the knowledge and desire to help you unravel those genealogical mysteries.
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SIGS Meetings, Focus Groups,
Classes & Events
The Society’s General Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month, September through June (no meetings in July or August), followed by a program or presentation. Visit the meetings page for information about meeting locations, times and program topics.
The SIGS Board meets on the 3rd Monday of the month (except in June and July) at 6 p.m. All members are invited to attend.
SIGS has a variety of workshops and special interest groups. Find our more about them on our Meetings, Focus Groups & Workshops page. All classes, workshops and focus/discussion groups meet at Humble House and are open to all; with no fee. Registration or appointments are required for some events. Please visit the events page for details on individual events.
How to Get Involved in SIGS
Want to become more involved with SIGS? There are lots of ways you can – from attending meeting to volunteering your time. You can find more information on our Get Involved page.
A bit about volunteering: SIGS is 100% a volunteer organization; we have no paid staff. There are lots of opportunities to volunteer and we welcome anyone who has even an hour or two available. There is no minimum time requirement. Opportunities are available for both members and students who might want to earn volunteer credits/community hours or intern with us. Check out some of the opportunities to volunteer; If you’re interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.