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Upcoming Family History Library Webinars  (Informational Only)
Monday, May 23 through Sunday, July 31
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Facebook - Family History Library
This link takes you to a list of the upcoming webinars.  Review the entire list.  Typically a couple of webinars each week.
 
Registration is required but free.
https://www.familysearch.org/en/wiki/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars#Upcoming_Webinars



Mayflower Society: Virtual Program Schedule Free Lectures  (Informational Only)
Wednesday, June 29 through Wednesday, June 29
7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

2022 Mayflower Society Virtual Program Schedule  -  Monthly webinar lectures are free and open to the public.  No pre-registration required. Online, 7pm

Event links and descriptions at:
 
In 2021, the Mayflower Society launched a very popular Lecture Series covering a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy! 
Please plan join us to enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home in 2022.
 
 
Wed, June 29: The Mayflower Society House and the Red Cross: How the House Was Used During WWII
Thurs, July 21: Setting Sail to the Mayflower Society with the Silver Books as Your Guide
Wed, Aug 24: Beefing Up An Ancestor's Timeline
Thurs, Sep 29: Disease and Epidemics in Colonial New England
Thurs, Nov 10: The Mayflower and Its Crew: A Nautical and Societal History
Tues, Dec 13: King Philip's War
 
 


Germanology Unlocked Webinar -  (Informational Only)
Thursday, June 30 through Thursday, June 30
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Virtual Presentation
 
It's the first LIVE webinar since February! Will you be there?

Therefore, I am excited to announce that on Thursday, June 30, at 2:00 p.m. ET, our most popular webinar will be taking place. Will you be there?! As usual, spots are limited, so be sure to register today to save yours.

 
Save My Spot!
 
 



EPL: American Military Records: Who, When, What, Why and Where  (Informational Only)
Monday, July 11
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Virtual Meeting
American Military Records: Who, When, What, Why and Where

Monday, July 11, 2022
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Virtual program!

Tracing the life of an ancestor who served in the military can be challenging, but military records can provide a wealth of information if you know where to look. Learn how to determine whether or not your ancestor served, the types of records available, what you can find in them, and where to find them (both online and in print). Whether you’re new to military records, or have been researching them for years, join us as we explore the potential of military records in genealogy.  

This program is presented in collaboration with the Keswick Wise & Well Resource Center.  To register for the event, please call the Keswick Center at 410-662-4363.



GRIP Free Webinars  (Informational Only)
Monday, July 11 through Monday, July 11
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
North Hills Genealogists
The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (also known as GRIP) is offering 8 free webinars this summer, coinciding with the 2 sessions of week-long genealogy courses it offers. Each webinar is sponsored by a genealogy society or other organization that promotes genealogy. GRIP’s courses this summer are scheduled for the weeks of June 20-23 and July 11-14. You do not have to be registered for a GRIP course to attend these webinars.
 
Description of the webinar appears below. The name of each sponsoring organization is hyperlinked. Click on the organization’s name to register for a program. All programs start at 7:00 PM and last about an hour. If you have any difficulty using the links in the descriptions below, go to https://www.gripitt.org/evening-programs/ and register through the program descriptions there. 
 
Hope to see you at some of these webinars!
 
  
Monday, July 11, 2022: Sponsored by North Hills Genealogists. Presenter Karen Stanbary, MA, LCSW, CG®“It’s All About Respect: Clinical Tips to Manage Uncomfortable Conversations about Surprising DNA Test Results” Karen, trained in advanced psychotherapy techniques with 30 years of clinical practice, helps people manage negative emotions upon receiving unexpected news.  In this presentation, she offers tips to reduce stress and change the outcome of difficult conversations about unexpected DNA results. The tips are designed to change the cognitive frame from a discussion of rights to a discussion of respect and resiliency. Karen includes recommendations about ethically obtaining informed consent.


GRIP Free Webinars  (Informational Only)
Tuesday, July 12 through Tuesday, July 12
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Western New York Genealogical Society
The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (also known as GRIP) is offering 8 free webinars this summer, coinciding with the 2 sessions of week-long genealogy courses it offers. Each webinar is sponsored by a genealogy society or other organization that promotes genealogy. GRIP’s courses this summer are scheduled for the weeks of June 20-23 and July 11-14. You do not have to be registered for a GRIP course to attend these webinars.
 
Description of the webinar appears below. The name of each sponsoring organization is hyperlinked. Click on the organization’s name to register for a program. All programs start at 7:00 PM and last about an hour. If you have any difficulty using the links in the descriptions below, go to https://www.gripitt.org/evening-programs/ and register through the program descriptions there. 
 
Hope to see you at some of these webinars!
 
  
Tuesday, July 12, 2022: Sponsored by Western New York Genealogical Society. Presenter Annette Burke Lyttle. “Reconstructing the Lives of Our Farming Ancestors” It’s a rare family tree that doesn’t contain at least some farm families, since until the latter part of the 19th century farmers made up a majority of workers in America. It may be hard for us to envision what daily life was like for our farming ancestors as we try to recover their stories, and we may be tempted to say our ancestors were “just farmers.” But farm families were remarkable people. Learn how genealogical records and social history resources can help us reconstruct the life stories of our farming ancestors.


HCGS Meeting and presentation  (Informational Only)
Wednesday, July 13 through Wednesday, July 13
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Virtual Meeting
Howard County Genealogical Society Meeting
How Excel® can help you with your Genealogy
Presented by Jon Smith, a genealogy course instructor at Howard Community College.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022
 

VISITORS ARE WELCOME        
Members will be sent the Zoom meeting ID by email or may go to the member’s only page to obtain it. If you are a visitor and not a member yet - click here to obtain the Zoom meeting ID


GRIP Free Webinars  (Informational Only)
Wednesday, July 13 through Wednesday, July 13
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
FamilySearch
The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (also known as GRIP) is offering 8 free webinars this summer, coinciding with the 2 sessions of week-long genealogy courses it offers. Each webinar is sponsored by a genealogy society or other organization that promotes genealogy. GRIP’s courses this summer are scheduled for the weeks of June 20-23 and July 11-14. You do not have to be registered for a GRIP course to attend these webinars.
 
Description of the webinar appears below. The name of each sponsoring organization is hyperlinked. Click on the organization’s name to register for a program. All programs start at 7:00 PM and last about an hour. If you have any difficulty using the links in the descriptions below, go to https://www.gripitt.org/evening-programs/ and register through the program descriptions there. 
 
Hope to see you at some of these webinars!
 
  
Wednesday, July 13, 2022: Sponsored by FamilySearch. David Rencher, AG, CG, FUGA, FIGRS, “An Update on What’s New at FamilySearch and the 1950 Census Indexing Project” FamilySearch continues to change and adapt to the major shifts in the genealogical landscape. This session will update you on what’s happening at FamilySearch, including a brief look at some of the new website features, changes in the Family History Library and how the 1950 U.S. Census indexing project is progressing. PRE-REGISTER FOR ZOOM LINK HERE.


GRIP Free Webinars  (Informational Only)
Thursday, July 14 through Thursday, July 14
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Orange County, California, Genealogical Society
The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (also known as GRIP) is offering 8 free webinars this summer, coinciding with the 2 sessions of week-long genealogy courses it offers. Each webinar is sponsored by a genealogy society or other organization that promotes genealogy. GRIP’s courses this summer are scheduled for the weeks of June 20-23 and July 11-14. You do not have to be registered for a GRIP course to attend these webinars.
 
Description of the webinar appears below. The name of each sponsoring organization is hyperlinked. Click on the organization’s name to register for a program. All programs start at 7:00 PM and last about an hour. If you have any difficulty using the links in the descriptions below, go to https://www.gripitt.org/evening-programs/ and register through the program descriptions there. 
 
Hope to see you at some of these webinars!
 
Thursday, July 14, 2022: Sponsored by Orange County, California, Genealogical Society. Presenter Rich Venezia. “Alien Registrations in America” Learn about various alien registrations instituted in the USA as early as 1798, the records they created, and where to find immigrant ancestors within them.


Mayflower Society: Virtual Program Schedule Free Lectures  (Informational Only)
Thursday, July 21 through Thursday, July 21
7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

2022 Mayflower Society Virtual Program Schedule  -  Monthly webinar lectures are free and open to the public.  No pre-registration required. Online, 7pm

Event links and descriptions at:
 
In 2021, the Mayflower Society launched a very popular Lecture Series covering a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy! 
Please plan join us to enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home in 2022.
 
Thurs, July 21: Setting Sail to the Mayflower Society with the Silver Books as Your Guide
Wed, Aug 24: Beefing Up An Ancestor's Timeline
Thurs, Sep 29: Disease and Epidemics in Colonial New England
Thurs, Nov 10: The Mayflower and Its Crew: A Nautical and Societal History
Tues, Dec 13: King Philip's War
 
 



Mayflower Society: Virtual Program Schedule Free Lectures  (Informational Only)
Wednesday, August 24 through Wednesday, August 24
7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

2022 Mayflower Society Virtual Program Schedule  -  Monthly webinar lectures are free and open to the public.  No pre-registration required. Online, 7pm

Event links and descriptions at:
 
In 2021, the Mayflower Society launched a very popular Lecture Series covering a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy! 
Please plan join us to enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home in 2022.
 
Wed, Aug 24: Beefing Up An Ancestor's Timeline
Thurs, Sep 29: Disease and Epidemics in Colonial New England
Thurs, Nov 10: The Mayflower and Its Crew: A Nautical and Societal History
Tues, Dec 13: King Philip's War
 
 



Main Line Genealogy Club - September Kick-off Meeting  (Informational Only)
Thursday, September 8 through Thursday, September 8
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Virtual Meeting or In person TBD
MLGC will resume its monthly meetings.  Topic and format will be determined.  It is expected that they will still ask for a $5 donation for non members who attend virtually.  Please stay tuned for more details as the date approaches.

 
 


Mayflower Society: Virtual Program Schedule Free Lectures  (Informational Only)
Thursday, September 29 through Thursday, September 29
7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

2022 Mayflower Society Virtual Program Schedule  -  Monthly webinar lectures are free and open to the public.  No pre-registration required. Online, 7pm

Event links and descriptions at:
 
In 2021, the Mayflower Society launched a very popular Lecture Series covering a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy! 
Please plan join us to enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home in 2022.
 
 
Thurs, Sep 29: Disease and Epidemics in Colonial New England
Thurs, Nov 10: The Mayflower and Its Crew: A Nautical and Societal History
Tues, Dec 13: King Philip's War
 
 



Mayflower Society: Virtual Program Schedule Free Lectures  (Informational Only)
Thursday, November 10 through Thursday, November 10
7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

2022 Mayflower Society Virtual Program Schedule  -  Monthly webinar lectures are free and open to the public.  No pre-registration required. Online, 7pm

Event links and descriptions at:
 
In 2021, the Mayflower Society launched a very popular Lecture Series covering a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy! 
Please plan join us to enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home in 2022.
 
 
Thurs, Nov 10: The Mayflower and Its Crew: A Nautical and Societal History
Tues, Dec 13: King Philip's War
 
 



Mayflower Society: Virtual Program Schedule Free Lectures  (Informational Only)
Tuesday, December 13 through Tuesday, December 13
7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting

2022 Mayflower Society Virtual Program Schedule  -  Monthly webinar lectures are free and open to the public.  No pre-registration required. Online, 7pm

Event links and descriptions at:
 
In 2021, the Mayflower Society launched a very popular Lecture Series covering a variety of Mayflower Pilgrim-related topics including their odyssey, their life and times, their maritime experience and, of course, genealogy! 
Please plan join us to enjoy learning more about Mayflower Pilgrim and genealogy topics from the comfort of your home in 2022.
 
 
Tues, Dec 13: King Philip's War