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Date Event Location
25 March 2023 Suncoast Genealogy Society Spring Mini-Seminar Palm Harbor, Florida

Paula Stuart-Warren presenting two topics, “Finding Maiden Names: Let Me Count the Ways,” and “Deeds: More than Land.” The meeting will be hybrid. Registration via Eventbrite.

18 - 18 March 2023 FxGS 2023 Spring Fair: "Investigating the Evidence" by Judy G. Russell, CG, CGL Dunn Loring, Virginia

“Investigating the Evidence” with Judy G. Russell, CG, CGL, March 18, 2023, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Sponsored by the Fairfax Genealogical Society, this event will be via Zoom and also onsite at the Dunn Loring Fire Hall, 2148 Gallows Road, Dunn Loring, Virginia. The first session, “When Worlds Collide: Resolving Conflicts in Genealogical Research”, will be an interactive workshop. The second session, on negative evidence, will begin after lunch at 12:30. A nationally known lecturer, Russell holds Certified Genealogist and Certified Genealogical Lecturer credentials from the Board for Certification of Genealogists, and writes a blog, The Legal Genealogist. Visit her website at

The price is $35 for FxGS members, $40 for nonmembers, and $12 for optional box lunch. Register here For further information see

16 - 16 March 2023 Spring Institute Virtual via Zoom

SAVE THE DATE!  Our Virtual Spring Institute will be held this year on 16 March 2023.  We are pleased to announce that John Grenham will be our guest for a day long learning experience.  He will be presenting 4 pre-recorded sessions and a live Q&A at the end of the day.  All the details are located at the link provided above.  Registration will open soon with discounts given to members of ISBGFH, so please consider getting a membership to receive many more member benefits.  If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at either or myself at [email protected]   We hope to see you there!  

04 - 04 March 2023 Bucks County Genealogical Society Monthly Program Doylestown, PA

BCGS Monthly Program via Zoom: "Zotero for Genealogy: Harnessing the Power of Your Research Part 2" will be presented by Donna Cox Baker from 10 am to 12 pm.

Zotero for Genealogy Part II expands on Part I, describing how to creatively use Zotero’s resources to serve your research beyond the essential citation management. In this session, Baker will demonstrate the various ways that she has enhanced her genealogical and historical research, using this tool. You will see how to set up a research tickler system, preparing you to get the most out of any trips to archives and probate offices. You will learn how to track research questions or to-do items, letting Zotero be your reminder of where you left your research and where you need to go from here. Baker will demonstrate how she efficiently handles the extraction of information of sources that mention or involve many different ancestors. She will show how you can turn your research into a timeline. And she will show how she uses Zotero as her legend to her self-made maps of ancestral territories.

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Registration required:

$5 Members with 30 day access to recording;

$10 Non-Members

04 - 04 March 2023 Ten Steps for Organizing for the Busy Genealogist Kansas City, MO

Ten Steps for Organizing for the Busy Genealogist


March monthly program presented by Cindy Patton.

As a genealogist who hasn’t felt overwhelmed with volumes of paper, a steady flood of daily emails, and projects that have been started but never finished? This presentation will tackle how to set up daily routines that ensure you make the most of your time; ways to set up filing systems that work across platforms both digital and conventional; and a step-by-step approach to GET ORGANIZED.  A “Tool Kit” of good ideas to take home is included.  Attendees are invited to bring a box or stack of papers for the “Hands On” exercise.

18 - 18 February 2023 Ventura County Genealogical Society Free Family History Program Ventura County, California

The Ventura County Genealogical Society presents

Free Family History Programs

Online with Zoom

Saturday, February 18, 2023, 1:00-4:00 pm PST


 Presenter: Cyndi Ingle

Tracking Your Digital Bread Crumbs: Bookmarks, Toolbars, Notes, and Other Applications

Cyndi Ingle, a genealogist for more than 42 years, is the creator and innovator behind the award-winning and globally recognized Cyndi is an expert in using technology for genealogy, research in the United States, and bringing together traditional methodology with organization, computers, software, and the Internet.  She is an internationally known guest lecturer and has authored numerous articles and three books. 


 All our monthly lectures and workshops are free to our members and the public. Non-members should request a Zoom invitation here

Please note that we cannot respond to same-day requests.


The DNA Special Interest Group meeting will precede the general meeting from 10:30 am to 11:30 am on Zoom. Contact the webmaster at [email protected] to be added to the invitation list.

18 - 18 February 2023 Golden Genealogy Nuggets with Dr. Michael D. Lacopo Sun City West, Arizona

Full day seminar featuring Dr. Michael D. Lacopo speaking on

  • Researching The Invisible Ancestors
  • German Genealogy On The Internet: Beyond The Basics
  • Deconstructing Your Family Tree: Re-Evaluating The “Evidence”
  • Medical Genealogy: A Primer Of Diseases That Killed Our Ancestors And The Epidemics They Lived Through.

Check in at Shepherd of the Hills United Methodist Church, 12658 W. Meeker Blvd., Sun City West, AZ beginning at 8:30AM. Registration fee is $50 through 31 Dec 2022. Beginning 1 January 2023, fee is $55. Lunch included.

Registration Questions? Call Karen Lee, 907-440-0388.

08 - 08 February 2023 FhGS Meeting: Denver’s Manhattan Beach Amusement Park Golden, Colorado

Dr. David Forsyth, historian and author, will present "Denver’s Manhattan Beach Amusement Park".

In 1890, Sloan's Lake had a long history of entertaining Denver residents with boating, fishing, swimming and a steamboat canal when Adam Graff and his partners opened a new park on the shore that would eventually become Manhattan Beach. Originally created as a summer pleasure resort with music, boating, fishing and summer-theater, the park quickly expanded with typical amusement attractions, including Denver's first roller coaster and merry-go-round.

Operating from 1890 to 1914, Manhattan Beach Amusement Park was the first true amusement park in Denver and was enjoyed by residents and visitors for nearly twenty-five years as Denver tried to shake off its image as a dusty cow town from gold mining days and fought to be seen as a sophisticated and well-developed city.     

 David, a Denver native and award-winning historian, has worked in the museum field for several years. He is the author of Images of America: Black Hawk and Central City as well as articles on bars, murders, and bowling alleys that have appeared in Colorado Heritage and International Bowling Industry among other publications. He is Executive Director and Curator of the Gilpin Historical Society.

Guests are welcome for this free presentation on Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 1:00 p.m. MT in Applewood Valley United Methodist Church, 2035 Ellis St., Golden, CO. There is ample parking and accessible entrance. Register at for the ZOOM link. Donations welcome and memberships available at

For 42 years, Foothills Genealogical Society has supported genealogical research with educational programs, classes and field trips and by preserving and publishing historical records from Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson and Park counties.

04 - 04 February 2023 Northland Genealogy Society North Kansas City, MO

Researching Immigrant Ancestors

February monthly meeting with program presented by Lauri Jean Swet.

Researching immigrant ancestors can be rewarding and challenging. How do we identify our ancestor’s birthplace? Why can’t we find them in passenger lists? How do we locate foreign records and understand what they say? Learn how to overcome these challenges and about the resources to help you in your quest to learn more about your immigrant ancestors.

04 - 04 February 2023 Bucks County Genealogical Society Monthly Program Doylestown, PA

BCGS Monthly Program via Zoom: "Zotero for Genealogy: Harnessing the Power of Your Research Part 1" will be presented by Donna Cox Baker. 

 This presentation introduces attendees to Zotero, a product used by universities worldwide to support research in many different fields. It stores, organizes, indexes, annotates, and cites information, linking to or attaching sources. It saves substantial time, is available online wherever you have access to Wi-fi, and saves a fortune in wasted paper and time. Zotero is free when used with external sources, very inexpensive if storing your materials in its own cloud.

Applied to genealogy, it becomes the efficient, effective replacement for the binders, files, and boxes of research that support family tree research. It becomes your map to everything you have stored on your computer: documents, maps, photos, sound and video files, spreadsheets – just about any type of digitized file. Its sophisticated search engine makes it easy to find things you do not even remember collecting. It is the essential partner of your family tree software.

This session will demonstrate the fundamental setup and use of Zotero, allowing attendees to get started on their own.

$5 Members with 30 day access to recording

$10 Non-Members

Registration required

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