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Date Event Location
04 - 05 June 2021 GENETIC GENEALOGY 2021 Virtual Conference Virtual
Details:
  • World-class DNA Conference
  • Get in on the Latest Discoveries
  • Learn from up to 20 renowned Genetic Genealogy experts
  • STANDARD Registration includes 6 LIVE lectures on June 4 & 5 and 10 recorded lectures of your choice
  • Add PLUS Registration to access all 20 recorded lectures


DNA testing is an increasingly popular tool for genealogists.  Learn the difference between autosomal DNA, mtDNA and Y-DNA and which tool is useful for what type of investigation. There will be presentations from AncestryDNA, Family Tree DNA, Living DNA and MyHeritage DNA.  The keynoter will be blogger Roberta Estes, MBA.  Other notables presenting include Maurice J. Gleeson, MD of Genetic Genealogy Ireland, Leah La Perle Larkin, PhD, creator of WATO, and DNA authors Emily Aulicino, MEd, and Richard Hill, MBA.

All Registration packages include the Friday and Saturday LIVE lectures.

STANDARD Registration - Select 10 recorded lectures from 20 choices.

PLUS Registration - All 20 lectures are yours to view.

All purchased Genealogy Jamboree lectures can be viewed through October 3, 2021.

01 - 01 June 2021 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy Scholarships Deadline Various; apply from home for the program of choice
Details:

Achieve your educational dreams and elevate your knowledge by attending the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy with the assistance of one of our scholarship opportunities:

  • UGA Jimmy B. Parker Scholarship - named in honor of Jimmy B. Parker, this full-tuition scholarship is awarded to someone who has “demonstrated commitment to genealogical excellence and community involvement.” Full details here.
  • Laura G. Prescott Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy Scholarship - in honor of Laura G. Prescott (1958-2018) and her passion for genealogical education, this scholarship awards full tuition and hotel accommodations to SLIG or SLIG Academy. Full details here.
  • SLIG Scholarship for First-Time Institute Attendees - created in 2016, this scholarship is awarded to students who have never previously attended an institute program and who wish to elevate their education to new heights. Full details here.
  • SLIG Intermediate Foundations Scholarship - provides full tuition to the SLIG Virtual Intermediate Foundations course. Available to first time institute attendees who desire to strengthen their research knowledge and skills at an intermediate level, in preparation for future institute courses. Full details here.
All SLIG scholarship applications are due June 1, 2021. Winners are announced previous to registration and receive a reserved seat in the course of their choice.
 
Other scholarships are available through various additional organizations. To view information on other opportunities visit this page.

23 - 23 May 2021 JGASGP Monthly Program with Alex Krakowsky Zoom
Details:

Time:  1:00 check in, chat, and schmooze  Official program starts promptly at 1:30

Speaker: Alex Krakowsky

Topic: Ukrainian archives are notoriously difficult and expensive to deal with, if one can get records from them at all. Alex Krakovsky, a Jewish Ukrainian, is using the freedom of information laws and the court system in Ukraine to force archives to allow him to scan their records and post them on a public website. Alex uses high resolution scanning equipment to scan virtually all records in an archive, posting to a wiki just for Jewish records. He has spent a great deal of time and his own money doing this important work, constantly doing battle with a very difficult government system. He has also received funds donated for purchase of state-of-the-art scanners, which are now in use in most Ukraine archives. He will update us on the current status of records he has available.

Time:  1:00 check in, chat, and schmooze  Official program starts promptly at 1:30

Speaker: Alex Krakowsky

Topic: Ukrainian archives are notoriously difficult and expensive to deal with, if one can get records from them at all. Alex Krakovsky, a Jewish Ukrainian, is using the freedom of information laws and the court system in Ukraine to force archives to allow him to scan their records and post them on a public website. Alex uses high resolution scanning equipment to scan virtually all records in an archive, posting to a wiki just for Jewish records. He has spent a great deal of time and his own money doing this important work, constantly doing battle with a very difficult government system. He has also received funds donated for purchase of state-of-the-art scanners, which are now in use in most Ukraine archives. He will update us on the current status of records he has available.

  All meetings are a benefit for paid members only. Please see our website for additional membership information.  www.jgasgp.org or contact mazergoldenjgsgp@gmail.com
22 - 22 May 2021 CGSI "Reflections on the 75th Anniversary of the 1946 Czechoslovak Elections and Its Consequences" Online Webinar
Details:

Learn more about what happened after the Communists came to power and how families and cultures were divided.

Scheduled presenters include:

This webinar is free and can be viewed anywhere with an internet connection.

15 - 15 May 2021 SEATTLE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY SPRING SEMINAR with PAUL MILNER Seattle, Washington
Details:

Are you knocking on the right door? Do you know where to search next? If you're seeking ancestors in England and throughout the United Kingdom, this event is aimed at bolstering your knowledge of how and where to research across the pond. Join us Saturday, May 15, 2021, 9:00am-3:00pm for A Day of English Research!

15 - 15 May 2021 One Day Education Series with Judy G. Russell Marietta, Georgia (virtually via Zoom)
Details:

On May 15, CCGS is presenting (virtually via Zoom) a day of talks by internationally-known genealogist Judy G. Russell, who is also a lawyer and author of The Legal Genealogist blog. Judy's topics will include:

  • Finding the Law
  • Death by Undue Means
  • The Discriminating Genealogist
  • DNA and the Golden Rule

For more information and to register, see the Education page of our website and click the link to Judy Russell. 

13 May 2021 - 31 December 1969 May 13, 2021 Webinar - Brick Wall Breakthroughs by Thomas MacEntee Virtual
Details:

Time: 7:00 pm CDT (Chicago)

Want to see first-hand how to break through that persistent “brick wall” in genealogy? Using actual research problems submitted by webinar attendees, professional genealogist Thomas MacEntee will walk participants through a step-by-step research methodology process to find clues and possible solutions. Participants will have access to research logs, digital images and more during and after the webinar. Also included is a “habit recipe” to implement the same techniques used in the webinar on your own genealogy research

Outline:

  1. Brick Walls in Genealogy – Why do we have them
  2. Case Study Review
  3. Step-By-Step Methodology Review
  4. Habit Recipe
  5. Resource List

Thomas MacEntee is a genealogy professional specializing in using technology and social media to improve genealogy research and to connect with the family history community. He is the owner of High Definition Genealogy, and shares many of his articles and videos for free at GenealogyBargains.com!

This webinar is free but you must register in advance to receive the link to attend.

 

07 - 08 May 2021 2021 Heartland Family History Conference Virtual
Details:

Mark your calendar for our 2021 virtual spring conference which will be two days of “live” online programming May 7-8.  Following the conference you will have three months of on-demand access to recorded sessions, the virtual Exhibit Hall and opportunities for networking with other conference attendees.

Our featured speaker, Billie Stone Fogarty, will be presenting four lectures.  Additional presentations from other regional, national, and international areas will cover a diverse array of topics.  New networking and socializing opportunities are being added.

Please join us!  For more details and registration information visit our new conference website at:  https://heartlandfhc.org

We look forward to seeing you in May!

06 - 06 May 2021 South King County Genealogical Society Auburn, Washington
Details:

ONLINE EVENT
Saturday, June 5, 2021
9:00am – 4:00pm PDT

$35 SKCGS Members/$45 Non-Members
Price goes up $5 after April 30, 2021

Secure credit/debit card payment & online registration:
https://south-king-county-genealogical-society.square.site

OR

Download registration form, print and mail with check:
http://skcgs.org/seminar.html

South King County Genealogical Society is pleased to present guest speaker Judy Russell, JD, CG, CGL
Seminar topics:
9:00AM “FINDING THE LAW”
10:45AM “WHERE THERE IS – OR ISN’T – A WILL”
1:00PM “ROGUES, RASCALS AND RAPSCALLIONS: THE FAMILY BLACK SHEEP”
2:30PM “DNA AND THE GOLDEN RULE: THE LAW AND ETHICS OF GENETIC GENEALOGY”

Full page flyer:
http://skcgs.org/graphics/Seminar-21.jpg

COME JOIN US FOR A FUN DAY WITH JUDY. WE’LL ALSO HAVE DOOR PRIZES!!

23 - 24 April 2021 Colorado Genealogical Society 2021 Virtual Seminar Denver, Colorado
Details:

The Colorado Genealogical Society is pleased to announce that Crista Cowan has accepted our invitation to be the speaker at the CGS on 23 and 24 April 2021 via Zoom. You do not want to miss this fabulous seminar. Crista will present 4 programs: 2 on Friday afternoon (23 April 2021) and 2 on Saturday morning (24 April 2021). The Friday sessions will be on DNA and the Saturday sessions on using Ancestry.com. This event is FREE, but we are limiting registrations to 500 participants per day, so get your registrations in soon.