What’s New on our calendar – to May 24, 2020

Genealogy Event updates through May 24, 2020

Welcome to our new subscribers and followers, and a huge”Thank You!” to our friends at Abundant Genealogy and Heart of the Family for sharing ConferenceKeeper with their audiences!

This only lists events that have been added just this past week.

You can find OVER 200 online genealogy events (mostly free) on our Virtual page!!

Please check your society or your event’s website and/or Facebook page for event updates.

!!! Please check your society or your event’s website and/or Facebook page for event updates !!!

(and let us know  info@conferencekeeper.org )

UNITED STATES:

AL/Jun 09 /Basic Genealogy Class at Huntsville-Madison County Library https://events.hmcpl.org/event/3859278

AL/Aug 11 /African American Genealogy, Part 1, at Huntsville-Madison County Library https://events.hmcpl.org/event/3859278

AL/Oct 13 /African American Genealogy, Part 2, at Huntsville-Madison County Library https://events.hmcpl.org/event/3859278

AL/Dec 08 /Basic Genealogy Class at Huntsville-Madison County Library https://events.hmcpl.org/event/3859278

FL/Jun 06 /West Florida Genealogical Society program “Cadastral Maps” https://bit.ly/2ZvsTL2

FL/Jun 20 /African American Genealogy: How to Navigate the Obstacles a free program at Crestview Public Library https://bit.ly/2Zu2oWg

IN/Oct 24 /Genealogy and Local History Fair at the Indiana State Library – Free https://www.in.gov/library/events.htm

KY/Jul 18 /Monroe County Roots: Genealogy Fair https://parks.ky.gov/tompkinsville/events/events/monroe-county-roots-genealogy-fair

TN/Jun 17 /Genealogy Workshop For Kids 8-12 hosted by the Battle of Franklin Trust. Space is limited. https://boft.org/events

TX/Jun 16 /Hispanic Heritage Genealogy Lecture “Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cemetery” hosted by the New Braunfels Hispanic Historical and Genealogy Project https://bit.ly/2Zvh9Ic

VIRTUAL:

May 26 /Live Online: Documenting An Ancestor, hosted by the Thomas Crane Public Library http://www.eventkeeper.com/cham/t/tcpl/ek_TCPL.cfm

May 26 /What Doesn’t Kill Us: Historical Illnesses & Causes of Death – Free Online Presentation from the ACPL Genealogy Center http://www.genealogycenter.org/Events.aspx

May 28 /Using the Social Statistics Schedules – Free Online Presentation from the ACPL Genealogy Center http://www.genealogycenter.org/Events.aspx

May 28 /Free online webinar from NYG&B: 2020 New York State Family History Conference–What’s On the Program? https://www.newyorkfamilyhistory.org/events/2020-new-york-state-family-history-conference-whats-program

Jun 01 /Connecticut Society of Genealogists Summer Webinar Sessions: “Evernote for Genealogy-Beginning”  https://ctfamilyhistory.com/

Jun 01 /Using the FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 02 /The Research Process, Research Help, and Searching Records (Beginner) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 02 /Understanding Gravestone Symbols – Free Online Presentation from the ACPL Genealogy Center http://www.genealogycenter.org/Events.aspx

Jun 04 /Brickwall Busting Strategies: Hammering at the Wall – Mid-Cities Genealogical Society meeting Online www.txmcgs.org

Jun 04 /Y-DNA Basics with Q & A on any DNA topic – Free Online Presentation from the ACPL Genealogy Center http://www.genealogycenter.org/Events.aspx

Jun 06 /Genealogical Society of New Jersey 2020 Spring Conference http://www.gsnj.org

Jun 06 /Using Military Records for African American Research Workshop, presented by Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society of Nashville  https://bit.ly/military-june2020

Jun 09 /Online resources for Reading Dutch Documents (All Levels) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 09 /¿Qué dice? Como leer la escritura antigua (Beginner – taught in Spanish) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 10 /England Records Beyond the Grave (Beginner) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 15 /Best Practices on Family Tree for Nordic Ancestors (Beginner) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 20 /Connecticut Society of Genealogists Summer Webinar Series: “5 Ways to Use Old Maps for Genealogy” https://ctfamilyhistory.com

Jun 20 /Beyond Ethnicity: Using DNA to Prove Genealogical Relationships – An Online Class from the Minnesota Genealogical Society www.mngs.org

Jun 23 /¿Qué harías tu? (Beginner – taught in Spanish) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jun 23 /Oregon Land Donation Records (Beginner) – A free webinar from the Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars

Jul 06 /Connecticut Society of Genealogists Summer Webinar Series: “Genealogy on the Go with the iPad” http://ctfamilyhistory.com

Jul 18 /Connecticut Society of Genealogist Summer Webinar Series: “10 Genealogy Tech Tools You Can’t Live Without.” https://ctfamilyhistory.com

Aug 03 /Connecticut Society of Genealogists Summer Webinar Series: “Researching Institutional Records.” http://ctfamilyhistory.com

Aug 08 /Solve DNA Puzzles with Karen Stanbary – An online workshop from the Genealogical Forum of Oregon https://gfo.org/learn/spring-seminar-2020.html

Aug 15 /Connecticut Society of Genealogists Summer Webinar Series: “Genealogists Google Search Methodology.” https://ctfamilyhistory.com

Oct 24 /Illinois State Genealogical Society Virtual 2020 Conference www.ilgensoc.org

Calls for Papers

Check our website for full details of ALL current Calls for Papers
Check our Call for Papers webpage for upcoming submission deadlines.
There are several “calls” on our website currently!

  • Submissions Due 5/29 – RootsTech SLC 2021
  • NEW! Submit by 9/30/2020 – Submissions being accepted for the 7th Annual SLIG Colloquium, 2021 Find details for this and other Genealogy speaking opportunities at www.conferencekeeper.org/call-for-papers
  • NEW! Submit by 9/30/2020 – Submissions being accepted for Courses for the 2022 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG)  Find details for this and other Genealogy speaking opportunities at www.conferencekeeper.org/call-for-papers

Genealogy Jobs

Find details of these and other genealogy careers at www.ConferenceKeeper.org/genealogy-jobs

  • Board of Directors for Plymouth County Genealogists, Inc. (Volunteer)
  •  Library Local History& Genealogy Supervisor, Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield’s Public Library
  •  Librarian II / Local & State History Manager, Fayetteville, NC
  •  Ancestry.com Place Associate – PT Contractor (Remote)
  •  Assistant Branch Manager II – Midwest Genealogy Center
  •  Genealogy Manager, St. Louis Public Library
  •  Adult Enrichment Instructor – Genealogy – Keene Community Education
  •  Research Consultant FamilySearch Wiki, full-time with benefits
  •  GenealogyBank.com is hiring
  •  Genealogical Researcher, Norwegian American Genealogical Center & Naeseth Library

Contests

Check our website regularly for new contests – they come and go quickly sometimes!
ConferenceKeeper.org/genealogy-contests

 

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Saturday’s Genealogy Events! April 8

Have you checked our calendar to see what’s happening near you this weekend? Here is a screen shot of our calendar in Agenda mode for tomorrow, April 8.   You can narrow down your calendar search by location by using the Search box in the upper left of the Calendar and type in your State, or use the easy map locators under the Locations tab! And please submit events that we may be missing, using the Submissions tab!