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Irsh Genealogical Society of Michigan Monthly Meeting
Saturday, March 25
Irsh Genealogical Society of Michigan Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
1:30 pm
Gaelic League-Irish American Club, 2068 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI
Funeral Homes and Ancestors:  They're Dying to Meet You!
Presentation by Daniel Earl.
 


Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County
Sunday, March 26
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County  (Outside groups)
1:30 pm
Education Center Auditorium, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Campus, 5305 Elliott Dr., Ypsilanti, MI
"How To Write the Stories of you Life" presented by Laura Hedgecock
 
Visit the GSWC website for updated information. 



Saturday, April 1 through Saturday, April 1
Learn to Make Pisanki  (Polish Events)
12:00 pm to 3:30 pm
33204 Maple Lane (14 Mile & Hoover) Sterling Hieghts, MI
 
Learn to Make Pisanki
Sponsored by A.P.C.C. Ladies Auxiliary 
Instructors:  Sharon Stachurski, Aux. Pres. and LouAnn Brobeil, Aux. Member
 
BY PREPAID RESERVATIONS ONLY
CALL SHARON  586-295-8087
Registration deadline Friday, March 24th, 2017
 
                                             Ages:  7 through Adult
 
Donation:  $10.00 per person - Includes Plastic Kistka and Beeswax.  Have your own Kistka & Beeswax?  $7.00 for class only. 
 
If you can draw a small straight line, a circle, a zigzag, a dot, a triangle, you can make pisanski!   It is easy and fun.  Pisanki are made from raw white eggs that are drawnon with darkened beeswax using a kistka and then dyed in several batik dye colors.
 
Each person attending must bring 3 uncooked large, smooth, white eggs and a container to transport the eggs.  All other supplies are included in the price.


Oakland County Genealogy Society
Tuesday, April 4
Oakland County Genealogy Society  (Outside groups)
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 5500 N. Adams Rd, Troy, MI 48098
Funeral Homes and Family History:  They Are Dying to Meet You
Daniel Earl is our speaker for this topic. Most genealogists know to look in a cemetery to find their ancestors, but what about the funeral home? Funeral home records can provide loads of genealogically rich information. This presentation will teach participants what types of records are typically found in funeral homes, how to locate these resources online and "in the field," as well as provide real life examples of how to search for ancillary clues in funeral home records.
 
Visit the OCGS website for more information.


Livingston County Genealogical Society
Thursday, April 6 through Thursday, April 6
Livingston County Genealogical Society  (Outside groups)
7:00 pm
First United Methodist Church 1230 Bower Street, Howell, Michigan
Dan Earl will speak about Cemetery Restoration.


DSGR Monthly Meeting
Saturday, April 8
DSGR Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
10:30 am
Explorer’s Room of the Detroit Public Library, 5201 Woodward Avenue, Detroit MI
Naturalization is the third genealogical research theme, Kris W. Rzepczynski from the State Archives, and Mark Bowden, Director of the Burton Historical Collection and Detroit Society Board Member, will alternate presentations. Kris will speak about “Becoming American: Research with Naturalization Records”, an overview of naturalization and WHAT sources are available at the pure Michigan level; while Mark Bowden will present the naturalization records and sources available here in  Detroit at the Burton Historical Collection. Registration forms for the ACPL bus trip can be found at the Burton Historical Collection of the Detroit Public Library
 
Visit DSGR website for updated information.
 


Berrien County Genealogical Society - Spring Seminar
Saturday, April 15
Berrien County Genealogical Society - Spring Seminar  (Outside groups)
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
3653 Niles Road, St. Joseph, MI - LDS Church Building
Visit BCGS website to download Register and the Spring Seminar Flyer.  


WWCGS Monthly Meeting
Monday, April 17
WWCGS Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
6:20 pm to 8:30 pm
Livonia Senior Citizen Center
Mark Bowden from the Detroit Public Library will speak on the Burton Collection.
 
Visit the WWCGS website for updated information. 


Farmington Genealogical Society
Tuesday, April 18
Farmington Genealogical Society   (Outside groups)
6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Downtown Farmington Library - 23500 Liberty St, Farmington MI 48335
"10 Ways to Jumpstart Your Genealogy"  presented by Thomas MacEntee.
 
Visit the FGS website for detailed information.


Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County
Sunday, April 23
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County  (Outside groups)
1:30 pm
Education Center Auditorium, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Campus, 5305 Elliott Dr., Ypsilanti, MI
"I Have A DNA Result. What Comes Next?" presented by Dr. James Sims
 
Visit the GSWC website for updated information. 


Dearborn Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting
Thursday, April 27
Dearborn Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
7:00 pm
McFadden-Ross House, 915 S Brady St, Dearborn, Michigan 48124
Do you have ancestors that have served in either of the great wars?  Join Cynthia Grostick as she delivers a presentation on WWI and WWII Records, to discover what records you can find for this time period regarding our ancestors that served.
 
Visit DGS website for updated information.
 



Oakland County Genealogy Society
Tuesday, May 2
Oakland County Genealogy Society  (Outside groups)
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 5500 N. Adams Rd, Troy, MI 48098
Ethics and Etiquette in Genealogy Research
Gail Hershenzen is the presenter for May. What happens when you post your family research on a public website? What can you expect from businesses and organizations when doing research, and what do you do with that information? What information are you entitled to, and what is off limits? How do you react when someone has used your information without permission?  These and other questions are dealt with in this PowerPoint presentation. 
 
 
Visit the OCGS website for more information.


DSGR Monthly Meeting
Saturday, May 6
DSGR Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
10:30 am
Explorer’s Room of the Detroit Public Library, 5201 Woodward Avenue, Detroit MI
Dr. James Sims will close the DSGR program year with the question “I Have My DNA Results – What Comes Next?” WHO do you think you are: a Michigander or a Michiganian? After this presentation, you will know!
 
Visit DSGR website for updated information.
 


WWCGS Monthly Meeting
Monday, May 15
WWCGS Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
6:20 pm to 8:30 pm
Livonia Senior Citizen Center
Curt Witcher manager of the Genealogy Collection at the Allen County Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana will be our speaker for the evening.
 


Farmington Genealogical Society
Tuesday, May 16
Farmington Genealogical Society   (Outside groups)
6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Downtown Farmington Library - 23500 Liberty St, Farmington MI 48335
Presenter Barbara Snow talks on "Grass Widows, Bigamists & Dearly Departed:  Alternatives to Divorce in the 19th Century".
 
Visit the FGS website for updated information.


Dearborn Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting
Thursday, May 18
Dearborn Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
7:00 pm
McFadden-Ross House, 915 S Brady St, Dearborn, Michigan 48124
Annual catered Heritage Dinner with location and presentation information to be announced later.  Dinner pricing and registration at April meeting
 
Visit DGS website for updated information.
 


Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County
Sunday, May 21
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County  (Outside groups)
1:30 pm
Education Center Auditorium, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Campus, 5305 Elliott Dr., Ypsilanti, MI
WWI and WWII Military Records" presented by Cynthia Grostick.
 
Visit the GSWC website for updated information. 



Oakland County Genealogy Society
Tuesday, June 6
Oakland County Genealogy Society  (Outside groups)
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 5500 N. Adams Rd, Troy, MI 48098
They Came by Sail and Steam
Derek Blount, V.P. of OCGS, will discuss what information is needed and where to find it to locate ship lists for your ancestors. Samples of documentation will also be discussed and what can be learned from the ship manifests.
 
 
Visit the OCGS website for more information.


DSGR Monthly Meeting
Saturday, June 10
DSGR Monthly Meeting  (Outside groups)
Annual Bus Trip to the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In April, registration materials will be sent to each member. Registration forms can be found at the Burton Historical Collection of the Detroit Public Library. This is a joint program with the Western Wayne County Genealogy Society (WWCGS). WHERE do you think you are going?
 
Visit DSGR website for registration forms and updated information.
 


Western Wayne County Genealogical Society
Saturday, June 10
Western Wayne County Genealogical Society   (Outside groups)
6:20 pm to 8:30 pm
Livonia Senior Citizen Center
WWCGS and the Detroit Society for Genealogical Research are planning this bus trip, so our members can explore the fantistic genealogical collection at the Allen County Library.  Details will be announced at a later date.
 
Visit the WWCGS website for more information.


Irsh Genealogical Society of Michigan
Saturday, June 17
Irsh Genealogical Society of Michigan   (Outside groups)
Gaelic League-Irish American Club, 2068 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI



Friday, July 21 through Saturday, July 22
2017 Abrams Foundation Family History Seminar  (Outside groups)
Michigan Historical Center, 702 West Kalamazoo, Lansing MI 48915
Mark your calendars!
The Abrams Foundation Family History Seminar - featuring Jen Baldwin - and hosted by the Archives of Michigan and the Michigan Genealogical Council.  Conference attendees wil have the opportunity to pick from a variety of speakers and family history topics over the two-day event.
 
For more information on registration and the program schedule, check the SeekingMichigan website. 


2017 International Germanic Genealogy Confernece
Friday, July 28 through Sunday, July 30
2017 International Germanic Genealogy Confernece  (Outside groups)
7025 Northland Drive North, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
The German-American Genealogical Partnership (GAGP) is proud to announce their inaugural conference to be held in Minneapolis, MN.  The Germanic Genealogy Society is the local host.  Check the GGS website site for further details. 



Building Bridges to the Past
Wednesday, August 30 through Saturday, September 2
Building Bridges to the Past  (Outside groups)
Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Hotel Reservations are Open! Go to the FGS website for more information.



CGSI's 16 Genealogical and Cultural Confernece
Tuesday, October 17 through Saturday, October 21
CGSI's 16 Genealogical and Cultural Confernece  (Outside groups)
Pittsburgh International Airport Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1111 Airport Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15231

All members and non-members of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International are invited to participate in our Conference events.

Join us for a rich spectrum of International, National, and Local presenters. In addition to the many Czech, Moravian, Slovak, Rusyn and German-Bohemian genealogical related break-out sessions, this conference will also include optional tours of the local regions rich ethnic historical and cultural sites.

Plans are still being made so watch the CGSI website for full conference details.