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Saturday, February 23
Green Valley Genealogical Society Annual Seminar with Cyndi Ingle  (Workshop/Seminar)
9:00 am to 3:30 pm
Valley Presbyterian Church, 2800 S. Camino del Sol, Green Valley, AZ

Program Topics:

  • Advanced Googling for Your Grandma
  • Coordinating the Cloud:  Ancestry, Dropbox, Evernote, FamilySearch, GoogleDrive
  • Foreign Language Tools for English-speaking Genealogists
  • Striking Out on Their Own:  Online Migration Tools and Resources​

Visit the GVGS website for details and registration.



Wednesday, February 27 through Saturday, March 2
RootsTech 2019  (Conferences - National)
Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Connect - Belong is again the theme for the 2019 RootsTech Conference. The 2019 conference will see many great changes to the way things work -- no badge scanning, later general sessions, more breakout sessions and popular sessions repeated. Lots of changes to make your conference experience better! 
Registration Now Available! Register before October 12 to take advantage of exclusive early bird pricing. Visit www.rootstech.org for more details.



National Genealogy Society Family History Conference
Wednesday, May 8 through Saturday, May 11
National Genealogy Society Family History Conference  (Conferences - National)
St. Charles, Missouri
The NGS Family History Conference, 8–11 May 2019 is your opportunity to choose from more than 150 lectures presented by many nationally recognized speakers, explore an exhibit hall filled with more than 80 exhibitors, and network with more than 2,000 genealogists. Every NGS conference has a different theme with a new program top to bottom—so there is always more to learn and discover. Register for the Family History Conference starting 1 December 2018.
Watch their website for details: https://conference.ngsgenealogy.org/
 


Southern California Genealogical Society JAMBOREE
Thursday, May 30 through Sunday, June 2
Southern California Genealogical Society JAMBOREE  (Conferences - Regional)
Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CA
The Big 50 for The Southern California Genealogy Jamboree. 50 continuous years of genealogy education, friendships, partnerships and offering the latest innovations in genealogy and technology. Come celebrate 2019 as we honor the past and embrace the future of Jamboree and genealogy. Save the dates! Be part of the fun! 
Watch for details http://genealogyjamboree.com/.



International German Genealogy Conference
Saturday, June 15 through Monday, June 17
International German Genealogy Conference  (Conferences - National)
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Sacramento, California
Registration opens November 1, 2018.
 
Beginning on Saturday, June 15, 2019, Sacramento will host the second international conference of the International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP). More than 700 people are expected to attend the conference to focus on the history and genealogy of those with German ancestry, wherever they live in the world.
 
The conference there, STRIKE IT RICH! with Connections 2 Discoveries, follows on the Connections theme of the 2017 inaugural conference.
 
The "gold" theme is especially appropriate given Sacramento history. John Sutter, born as Johann August Sutter in Baden, in what is southwestern Germany, eventually settled in Sacramento Valley and built a sawmill where gold was found in 1848. That discovery set off the California Gold Rush.
 
The 2019 IGGP International Conference, to be held in downtown Sacramento at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, will offer three days of German-centric presentations in multiple tracks –Geographic, Technology, Advancing Your Research, and more. Attendees will learn from genealogists, authors, historians, and archivists who are top presenters with advanced proficiency in their fields of study. It’s a sure bet that more than one visitor will shout “EUREKA!” upon learning something that breaks through a brick wall or offers new understanding of their family’s history – German and non-German researchers alike.
See the website for full descriptions and information. https://iggpartner.org.


Sunday, June 23 through Friday, June 28
Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP)  (Education Sessions)
La Roche College, 9000 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA
GRIP offers 17 courses in TWO week-long learning opportunities in Pittsburgh, PA, in 2019. Choose which week(s) to attend depending on your continuing education and research needs. 
  • La Roche College, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: 23-28 June 2019 and 14-19 July 2019 
Registraton opens 20 February 2019. For information: http://www.gripitt.org.


Tuesday, June 25 through Sunday, June 30
Association for Gravestone Studies Annual Meeting and Conference  (Conferences - National)
Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, North Carolina
AGS holds an annual conference every June. Held in a different location each year, the conference features lectures, demonstrations, exhibits, conservation and documentation workshops, classroom sessions, slide presentations, and guided cemetery tours. Registration will open in Spring 2019. For more information, visit https://gravestonestudies.org.



Tuesday, July 9 through Thursday, July 11
Midwestern African American Genealogy Institute (MAAGI)  (Education Sessions)
Allen County Library, Ft. Wayne, Indiana
MAAGI is the only African American focused event offering a total of 48 classes over 3 days with evening lectures, and guided personalized instruction. MAAGI 2019 will begin on Tuesday July 9th and conclude on Thursday July 11th, so come and join the Midwest African American Genealogy Institute family for a memorable and content rich experience! Visit their website at http://www.maagiinstitute.org/ for details and to register.


Sunday, July 14 through Friday, July 19
Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP)  (Education Sessions)
La Roche College, 9000 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA
GRIP offers 17 courses in TWO week-long learning opportunities in Pittsburgh, PA, in 2019. Choose which week(s) to attend depending on your continuing education and research needs. 
  • La Roche College, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: 23-28 June 2019 and 14-19 July 2019 
Registraton opens 20 February 2019. For information: http://www.gripitt.org.


Sunday, July 21 through Friday, July 26
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR)  (Education Sessions)
University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education & Hotel, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
The Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) hosted by the Georgia Genealogy Society provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators. Students choose one course that lasts throughout the week. Topics range from a course for beginners to a variety of courses on specialized topics.
 
IGHR is hosted by the Georgia Genealogical Society with courses taking place at the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education & Hotel on the University of Georgia Campus in historic Athens, Georgia. This new venue allows courses and most accommodations to be under one roof. In addition to the advantages of the Georgia Center, attendees will also benefit from access to the world-class libraries of the University of Georgia including the law library and special collections libraries as well as the nearby Heritage Room at the Athens-Clarke County Library.
 
For more information: http://ighr.gagensociety.org/


Monday, July 29 through Friday, August 2
Gen-Fed 2019 (Genealogical Institute on Federal Records)  (Education Sessions)
National Archives, Washington, DC with optional session at the DAR Library
The Genealogical Institute on Federal Records (Gen-Fed) is a one week program offering in-depth study of material held by the National Archives in Washington, D.C. and College Park, Maryland. Gen-Fed 2019 will be held the week of July 29 through August 2, with an optional session at the DAR Library on Saturday, August 3. 
 
Check the website for upcoming information: http://www.gen-fed.org/gen-fed-2019/



Saturday, August 10 through Saturday, August 17
Gena Philibert-Ortega's Founders Fishermen and Family History Cruise!  (Cruise)
Join genealogists, Gena Philibert-Ortega, Tami Osmer Mize and David Allen Lambert as we sail roundtrip from Boston, up the east coast on the Ms Veendam with Holland America Line. Departing Boston on Saturday, August 10th 2019.
 
7-night trip going to Canada - New England (Atlantic Seaboard) Visiting: Boston, Portland (ME), St. John, Halifax, Sydney, Bar Harbor.
 
Aug 10-17, 2019. Genealogy and Lobster cruising the New England & Canadian Coast. Book now - This one will fill! $350 holds your cabin. Final payments aren't due until May 2019. http://www.oconnelltravel.com/group/familyhistory
 
 


Federation of Genealogical Societies National Conference
Wednesday, August 21 through Saturday, August 24
Federation of Genealogical Societies National Conference  (Conferences - National)
Washington, D.C.
FGS makes its first visit to the nation’s capital with the National Archives, Library of Congress, DAR Library, and more a Metro ride away. Watch for details: https://fgs.org/conferences/



Thursday, September 19 through Saturday, September 21
Professional Management Conference  (Conferences - National)
Salt Lake City, Utah
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Association of Professional Genealogists at teh one conference designed by professionals for professionals in Salt Lake City, the city where APG began. Attend advanced-level presentations you can't get anywhere else, network with genealogy pros from all over the United States and beyond, and research at the Family History Library befoe and after the conference. Watch the APG website for details as they become available.