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Friday, February 3
German Special Interest Group  (Special Interest Group)
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Virtual
The program at the Eastside Genealogical Society's German Interest Group will be “How to Get Research Help at FamilySearch.org with Emphasis on Germanic Research" with Becky Adamson. Visitors welcome. Zoom Registration required.


Saturday, February 4
Family Tree Maker SIG  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Virtual
The South King County Genealogical Society is hosting its Family Tree Maker (FTM) special interest group. Question & Answer. Each month, we will learn about using the features of FTM. Register in advance: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYsdu6uqzgiGdDn7eCsOAgkvdOXktX127sz. Go to https://skcgs.groups.io/g/FTMUG for meeting link, meeting reminders and discussion.


Saturday, February 4
Yakima Valley Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
YVGS Library, 1901 S. 12th Avenue, Union Gap, WA
The program at the Yakima Valley Genealogical Society is "Dear Diary" with Kathy Sizer. For more information, visit the YVGS website


Saturday, February 4
FamilySearch Interest Group  (Special Interest Group)
10:15 am to 12:15 pm
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its FamilySearch Interest Group with Lou Daly. Discover the many ways to use FamilySearch. At each meeting a different aspect of the website will be featured. There will be time for Q & A. Want to join the mailing list? Email Lou: loudaly@nwlink.com.


Saturday, February 4
Hidden History of Civil War Oregon  (Special events)
11:00 am
Virtual
The Lincoln County Genealogical Society (Oregon) would like to invite you to a zoom presentation provided by Randol Fletcher on the "Hidden History of Civil War Oregon" on 4 February 2023 (Saturday) at 11:00 a.m. 
 
In order to receive a timely reminder notice/zoom instructions about this meeting, please send your name and email address to:  Searchlightlcgs@gmail.com
 


Saturday, February 4
Genealogical Book Club  (Special Interest Group)
3:00 pm
Virtual
The Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a genealogical murder mystery book discussion on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 3:00 p.m.This month's book is The Sawtooth Slayer by Nathan Dylan Goodwin, the second in the Venator Cold Case series. The Zoom link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81999213610?pwd=Qkk2WFZTZ2Rzdzc1Z0szN1AzdEZCUT09


Sunday, February 5
DNA Workshop  (Special Interest Group)
1:00 pm to 12:30 pm
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society will hold its DNA Workshop with Cary Bright and Craig Gowens. To participate, you must be on the DNA SIG email list. Contact Cary Bright at sgsdnasig@gmail.com to join.


Monday, February 6
Brags & Bricks  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its Brags & Bricks Social Interest Group (Virtual). Join us for an informal social gathering. Share your recent genealogical successes and challenges, or just come to hang out with other genealogists.   Contact education@seagensoc.org for more information.


Tuesday, February 7
Clark County Genealogical Society  (Trainings)
11:00 am
3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663
The Clark County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a series of free genealogy basics classes. Before spring comes around and gardens need tending, awaken the winter doldrums by adding a few ancestor leaves to your family tree. Increasingly, people are getting their DNA tested and looking for answers, say, about that two percent of Basque origins that shows up. But where to start the search? Turn to your local genealogical society for help. Beginning February 7, the Clark County Genealogical Society is offering a series of six FREE one-hour, in-person basic genealogy strategies classes.  Each class will focus on a different topic for digging into the roots of your family tree. All of the teachers are experienced local genealogists who will offer useful hints and practical tips whether one is interested in beginning a search or just wanting to refresh their skills. For more information and to pre-register, stop by CCGS at 3205 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver (check the website for hours: https://www.ccgs-wa.org) or call CCGS at 360-750-5688.
 
The classes and topics:
Feb 7,2023 -  Basic Genealogy Strategies - The Beginning
Feb 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Organize with Purpose
Feb 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Where Are Your People Located?
Mar 7, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - History and Your Family
Mar 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Using the Ancestry Website Effectively
Mar 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Family History Clues in Probate Records


Wednesday, February 8
Tri-City Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual
The program at the Tri-City Genealogical Society's meeting will be "Finding Grandpa -- the DNA Connections" with Michelle Hedgepeth. The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84179205291?pwd=RXNJTVJIMldIdm96QTVXUlZ5dUJtUT09. For more information, visit the TCGS website.


Saturday, February 11
Clallam County Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Clallam County Genealogical Society meeting is "Western Overland Trails" with Steve Morrison. Meetings are open to the public. The in-person meeting will be at the CCGS Research Center at 403 East 8th St., Port Angeles. To receive the Zoom codes for the meeting, please call or email the Society about a week prior to the meeting. Phone:  360-417-5000, email: clallamresearcher@gmail.com or askus@clallamcogs.org.


Saturday, February 11
Skagit Valley Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
12:45 pm to 3:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Skagit Valley Genealogical Society's meeting will be "Hub of the Wheel: How Tracing a Brother with No Children Connected 10 Siblings" with Mary Kircher Roddy. The public is invited and can attend in person (Burlington Library) or via Zoom. For more information, email genealogy0715@gmail.com.


Saturday, February 11
Second Saturday Series  (Special events)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its Second Saturday Series. The program will be "Black Miners in the Western U.S." with Janice Lovelace. Please register in advance. If you plan to attend, please pre-register. For more information, visit the SGS website.


Saturday, February 11
Pioneer Pursuit Explained  (Special events)
1:00 pm
Cle Elum
The Kittitas County Genealogical Society, in partnership with the Ellensburg Public Library, is sponsoring an information session to discuss the Washington State Pioneer Pursuit Contest. Presenters will explain how to navigate the website (wasgs.org). The Kittitas County Genealogical Society members will assist with a short lab for people to utilize the available resources and references to illustrate the process to complete a submission for each pioneer. For more information, email info@wasgs.


Monday, February 13
Brags & Bricks  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its Brags & Bricks Social Interest Group (Virtual). Join us for an informal social gathering. Share your recent genealogical successes and challenges, or just come to hang out with other genealogists.   Contact education@seagensoc.org for more information.


Tuesday, February 14
Tech Tuesday  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society's Tech Tuesday (virtual) is back by popular demand. This is an informal consultation time on DNA, genealogy, sofware or genealogy-related technical issues. All are welcome. No appointment necessary. For more information, visit the SGS website.


Tuesday, February 14
Clark County Genealogical Society  (Trainings)
11:00 am
3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663
The Clark County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a series of free genealogy basics classes. Before spring comes around and gardens need tending, awaken the winter doldrums by adding a few ancestor leaves to your family tree. Increasingly, people are getting their DNA tested and looking for answers, say, about that two percent of Basque origins that shows up. But where to start the search? Turn to your local genealogical society for help. Beginning February 7, the Clark County Genealogical Society is offering a series of six FREE one-hour, in-person basic genealogy strategies classes.  Each class will focus on a different topic for digging into the roots of your family tree. All of the teachers are experienced local genealogists who will offer useful hints and practical tips whether one is interested in beginning a search or just wanting to refresh their skills. For more information and to pre-register, stop by CCGS at 3205 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver (check the website for hours: https://www.ccgs-wa.org) or call CCGS at 360-750-5688.
 
The classes and topics:
Feb 7,2023 -  Basic Genealogy Strategies - The Beginning
Feb 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Organize with Purpose
Feb 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Where Are Your People Located?
Mar 7, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - History and Your Family
Mar 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Using the Ancestry Website Effectively
Mar 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Family History Clues in Probate Records


Tuesday, February 14
Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
12:00 pm
6111 188th Pl NE Arlington, WA
The Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society's program will be "Difficult Women -- The Ways Our Female Ancestors Confound our Research" with Janet Camarata. The names of our female ancestor’s changed in expected and in some cases, unexpected ways. Onomatology is the study of names. Of all the problems encountered in genealogical research, names are some of the toughest. For more information, visit the SVGS website.


Thursday, February 16
Pioneer Pursuit Explained  (Special events)
Roslyn LIbrary
The Kittitas County Genealogical Society, in partnership with the Ellensburg Public Library, is sponsoring an information session to discuss the Washington State Pioneer Pursuit Contest. Presenters will explain how to navigate the website (wasgs.org). The Kittitas County Genealogical Society members will assist with a short lab for people to utilize the available resources and references to illustrate the process to complete a submission for each pioneer. For more information, email info@wasgs.


Thursday, February 16
Ins and Outs of Indexes -- Keys to Unlock Probates, Deeds and More  (Trainings)
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Virtual
Heritage Quest Research Library is sponsoring a class called "Ins and Outs of Indexes -- Keys to Unlock Probates, Deeds and More" with Mary Kircher Roddy.  Cost is $20 for HQRL members; $25 for non-members. To sign up, go to hqrl.com and go to HQRL Store. 


Friday, February 17
Historical Photo Detective: Roadshow!  (Special events)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Virtual
Back by popular demand!  Have an old family photo in your album that you can’t date or place?  Old photos are full of clues if you know how to read the evidence. Join us online with "The Photo Detective" Maureen Taylor to learn how to analyze old photos.  Registrants will be able to submit their own photos for analysis in this Roadshow-style program (10-15 photos will be chosen). Submitting a photo is not required in order to participate in the program. The deadline for submitting a photo for consideration is February 8.
 
Brought to you in partnership by the BC Genealogical Societythe Museum of Surrey and Surrey Libraries.
 
FREE.  Registration required: email familyhistory@surrey.ca or call 604-598-7327.


Friday, February 17
Bainbridge Island Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am
Virtual
The program at the Bainbridge Island Genealogical Society (BIGS) meeting is "Documents + DNA + Methods + Luck -- Combining Tools to Find Biological Family" with Elizabeth Williams Gomoll. Finding an adopted child's biological family is especially challenging for genealogists. This presentation uses a success story to show how good methodology combined with document research and DNA matches (plus a dose of good luck) finally put to rest a decades-old question. The Zoom link will be available on the BIGS website on February 16. Everyone Welcome! No membership necessary.


Saturday, February 18
Irish SIG  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is sponsoring its Irish Special Interest Group with Susan McKee and Jim Ryan. See the SGS website Calendar of Events for further information. Notice there is a new Zoom link.


Saturday, February 18
German SIG  (Special Interest Group)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is sponsoring its German Special Interest Group with Carolyn Schott. See the SGS website Calendar of Events for further information. Notice there is a new Zoom link.


Sunday, February 19
Virtual Sunday: Something Old, Something New  (Special events)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its "Virtual Sunday: Something Old, Something New." Jill Morelli is the usual host. Please register in advance. Visit the SGS website Calendar for all the particulars. 


Monday, February 20
Brags & Bricks  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its Brags & Bricks Social Interest Group (Virtual). Join us for an informal social gathering. Share your recent genealogical successes and challenges, or just come to hang out with other genealogists.   Contact education@seagensoc.org for more information.


Tuesday, February 21
Clark County Genealogical Society  (Trainings)
11:00 am
3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663
The Clark County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a series of free genealogy basics classes. Before spring comes around and gardens need tending, awaken the winter doldrums by adding a few ancestor leaves to your family tree. Increasingly, people are getting their DNA tested and looking for answers, say, about that two percent of Basque origins that shows up. But where to start the search? Turn to your local genealogical society for help. Beginning February 7, the Clark County Genealogical Society is offering a series of six FREE one-hour, in-person basic genealogy strategies classes.  Each class will focus on a different topic for digging into the roots of your family tree. All of the teachers are experienced local genealogists who will offer useful hints and practical tips whether one is interested in beginning a search or just wanting to refresh their skills. For more information and to pre-register, stop by CCGS at 3205 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver (check the website for hours: https://www.ccgs-wa.org) or call CCGS at 360-750-5688.
 
The classes and topics:
Feb 7,2023 -  Basic Genealogy Strategies - The Beginning
Feb 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Organize with Purpose
Feb 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Where Are Your People Located?
Mar 7, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - History and Your Family
Mar 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Using the Ancestry Website Effectively
Mar 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Family History Clues in Probate Records


Monday, February 27
Brags & Bricks  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society is hosting its Brags & Bricks Social Interest Group (Virtual). Join us for an informal social gathering. Share your recent genealogical successes and challenges, or just come to hang out with other genealogists.   Contact education@seagensoc.org for more information.


Tuesday, February 28
Tech Tuesday  (Special Interest Group)
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Virtual
The Seattle Genealogical Society's Tech Tuesday (virtual) is back by popular demand. This is an informal consultation time on DNA, genealogy, sofware or genealogy-related technical issues. All are welcome. No appointment necessary. For more information, visit the SGS website.



Wednesday, March 1 through Saturday, March 4
RootsTech 2023  (Conferences & Seminars)
Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attend the largest global genealogy conference to learn more about your family history, interact with new technology or share your innovative ideas with the world. For more information, visit the Rootstech website.


Thursday, March 2
Navigating the Net  (Trainings)
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Virtual
Heritage Quest Research Library is sponsoring a class called "Navigating the Net" with Joleen Aitchison. The internet is a goldmine of genealogical information. Sometimes, it can be daunting to decide where to begin. In this presentation, we will have brief overviews of the largest and most frequently used sites. We’ll talk about some of the differences among them and their overall usefulness. We will also visit some sites that may not be at the top of a re-searcher’s list. There is value in all of them, and you just may find a new vein to mine! Cost is $20 for HQRL members; $25 for non-members. To sign up, go to hqrl.com and go to HQRL Store. 


Tuesday, March 7
Clark County Genealogical Society  (Trainings)
11:00 am
3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663
The Clark County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a series of free genealogy basics classes. Before spring comes around and gardens need tending, awaken the winter doldrums by adding a few ancestor leaves to your family tree. Increasingly, people are getting their DNA tested and looking for answers, say, about that two percent of Basque origins that shows up. But where to start the search? Turn to your local genealogical society for help. Beginning February 7, the Clark County Genealogical Society is offering a series of six FREE one-hour, in-person basic genealogy strategies classes.  Each class will focus on a different topic for digging into the roots of your family tree. All of the teachers are experienced local genealogists who will offer useful hints and practical tips whether one is interested in beginning a search or just wanting to refresh their skills. For more information and to pre-register, stop by CCGS at 3205 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver (check the website for hours: https://www.ccgs-wa.org) or call CCGS at 360-750-5688.
 
The classes and topics:
Feb 7,2023 -  Basic Genealogy Strategies - The Beginning
Feb 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Organize with Purpose
Feb 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Where Are Your People Located?
Mar 7, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - History and Your Family
Mar 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Using the Ancestry Website Effectively
Mar 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Family History Clues in Probate Records


Thursday, March 9
Eastside Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
7:00 pm
Virtual
The Eastside Genealogical Society is pleased to present Debra Dudek speaking on the topic World War I Genealogy--Where Do I Start? The program will be virtual, March 9, 2023 at 7:00 pm Pacific Time. A Zoom link will be available a few days before the program and can be found at https://eastsidegenealogicalsociety.org.


Thursday, March 9
Lower Columbia Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
7:00 pm
Virtual
The program at the Lower Columbia Genealogical Society's next meeting is "Using Google for Genealogy Research" with Dave Obee.  The Zoom meeting will open at 6:30 PM for announcements and to welcome guests. The program will start at 7:00 PM. The public is welcome to join. Contact the following for a Zoom link, lcgsgen@yahoo.com.


Saturday, March 11
Clallam County Genealogical Society's Spring Seminar  (Conferences & Seminars)
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Virtual
Lisa Alzo  will be the speaker at the CCGS Spring Seminar on Saturday April 8th. Lisa Alzo, M.F.A. is an author of several genealogy books and hundreds of magazine articles.  She is a contributing editor of Family Tree Magazine and a noted webinar speaker.  She has spoken at international conferences, webinars, historical and genealogical societies.  An avid genealogist for more than 30 years, she specializes in Eastern European genealogical research, writing your family and using history to trace female and immigrant ancestors.  We are pleased to be able to host such a notable speaker and genealogist!
 
Topics:
Session I: Silent Voices: Telling the Stories of Your Female Immigrant Ancestors
Session II: Finding Your Femme Fatales
Session III: Chasing Genealogy Clues to Find Elusive Female Ancestors
 
For more information about the speakers, their topics and credentials, visit our website: www.clallamcogs.org.                   


Saturday, March 11
Skagit Valley Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
12:45 pm to 3:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Skagit Valley Genealogical Society's meeting will be "Finding Your Family History Today, Plus..2023 Learning Opportunities" with Donna Potter Phillips. The public is invited and can attend in person (Burlington Library) or via Zoom. For more information, email genealogy0715@gmail.com.


Tuesday, March 14
Clark County Genealogical Society  (Trainings)
11:00 am
3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663
The Clark County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a series of free genealogy basics classes. Before spring comes around and gardens need tending, awaken the winter doldrums by adding a few ancestor leaves to your family tree. Increasingly, people are getting their DNA tested and looking for answers, say, about that two percent of Basque origins that shows up. But where to start the search? Turn to your local genealogical society for help. Beginning February 7, the Clark County Genealogical Society is offering a series of six FREE one-hour, in-person basic genealogy strategies classes.  Each class will focus on a different topic for digging into the roots of your family tree. All of the teachers are experienced local genealogists who will offer useful hints and practical tips whether one is interested in beginning a search or just wanting to refresh their skills. For more information and to pre-register, stop by CCGS at 3205 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver (check the website for hours: https://www.ccgs-wa.org) or call CCGS at 360-750-5688.
 
The classes and topics:
Feb 7,2023 -  Basic Genealogy Strategies - The Beginning
Feb 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Organize with Purpose
Feb 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Where Are Your People Located?
Mar 7, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - History and Your Family
Mar 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Using the Ancestry Website Effectively
Mar 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Family History Clues in Probate Records


Thursday, March 16
Working Your Way to Ireland Using American Records First  (Trainings)
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Virtual
Heritage Quest Research Library is sponsoring a class called "Working Your Way to Ireland Using American Records First" with Sheila Benedict. This presentation will focus on what an American researcher has to do to be successful. It is not as easy as it sounds, especially when you are working with records that are different then what you are used to here. What lies beyond ancestry charts and family group sheets is more important than you think. They are the skeleton and you need to put meat on the bones before you hop the flight to Dublin, Shannon, Cork, or Belfast. Cost is $20 for HQRL members; $25 for non-members. To sign up, go to hqrl.com and go to HQRL Store. 


Tuesday, March 21
Clark County Genealogical Society  (Trainings)
11:00 am
3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663
The Clark County Genealogical Society is sponsoring a series of free genealogy basics classes. Before spring comes around and gardens need tending, awaken the winter doldrums by adding a few ancestor leaves to your family tree. Increasingly, people are getting their DNA tested and looking for answers, say, about that two percent of Basque origins that shows up. But where to start the search? Turn to your local genealogical society for help. Beginning February 7, the Clark County Genealogical Society is offering a series of six FREE one-hour, in-person basic genealogy strategies classes.  Each class will focus on a different topic for digging into the roots of your family tree. All of the teachers are experienced local genealogists who will offer useful hints and practical tips whether one is interested in beginning a search or just wanting to refresh their skills. For more information and to pre-register, stop by CCGS at 3205 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver (check the website for hours: https://www.ccgs-wa.org) or call CCGS at 360-750-5688.
 
The classes and topics:
Feb 7,2023 -  Basic Genealogy Strategies - The Beginning
Feb 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Organize with Purpose
Feb 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Where Are Your People Located?
Mar 7, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - History and Your Family
Mar 14, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Using the Ancestry Website Effectively
Mar 21, 2023 - Basic Genealogy Strategies - Family History Clues in Probate Records



Saturday, April 15
Olympia Genealogical Society Spring Seminar  (Conferences & Seminars)
8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Virtual
The featured speaker at the Olympia Genealogical Society's 2023 Spring Seminar will be Judy G. Russell. Her presentation topics include: Wills and Probate; African-Americans and the Courthouse; Court and Land Records and Women and the Law.  More information will be available at the OGS website.



Saturday, May 13
Clallam County Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Clallam County Genealogical Society meeting is TBA with Judy Russell. Meetings are open to the public. The in-person meeting will be at the CCCGS Research Center at 403 East 8th St., Port Angeles. To receive the Zoom codes for the meeting, please call or email the Society about a week prior to the meeting. Phone:  360-417-5000, email: clallamresearcher@gmail.com or askus@clallamcogs.org.


Wednesday, May 31 through Saturday, June 3
NGS Family History Conference  (Conferences & Seminars)
Richmond, Virginia
The National Genealogical Society (NGS) is sponsoring its Family History Conference from May 21 - June 9 in Richmond, Virginia. The theme is "Deep Roots of a Nation." For more information, visit the NGS website



Saturday, June 10
Clallam County Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Clallam County Genealogical Society meeting is TBA with Mike Karson. Meetings are open to the public. The in-person meeting will be at the CCCGS Research Center at 403 East 8th St., Port Angeles. To receive the Zoom codes for the meeting, please call or email the Society about a week prior to the meeting. Phone:  360-417-5000, email: clallamresearcher@gmail.com or askus@clallamcogs.org.



Saturday, July 8
Clallam County Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Clallam County Genealogical Society meeting is TBA with Claire White. Meetings are open to the public. The in-person meeting will be at the CCCGS Research Center at 403 East 8th St., Port Angeles. To receive the Zoom codes for the meeting, please call or email the Society about a week prior to the meeting. Phone:  360-417-5000, email: clallamresearcher@gmail.com or askus@clallamcogs.org.



Saturday, September 9
Clallam County Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Clallam County Genealogical Society meeting is TBA with Virginia Majewski. Meetings are open to the public. The in-person meeting will be at the CCCGS Research Center at 403 East 8th St., Port Angeles. To receive the Zoom codes for the meeting, please call or email the Society about a week prior to the meeting. Phone:  360-417-5000, email: clallamresearcher@gmail.com or askus@clallamcogs.org.



Saturday, October 14
Clallam County Genealogical Society's Fall Seminar  (Conferences & Seminars)
Jill Morelli will be the featured speaker at the Fall Seminar. For more information, call CCGS Tues-Fri:10am to 4pm or Saturday; noon to 4pm at 360-417-5000 or visit our website:  www.clallamcogs.org.


Friday, October 20
100th Birthday - Seattle Genealogical Society  (Special events)
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Dunn Gardens, Seattle
The Seattle Genealogical Society will celebrate its 100th birthday. The keynote speaker is TBA. More details to come!



Saturday, November 11
Clallam County Genealogical Society  (Local society meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Hybrid
The program at the Clallam County Genealogical Society meeting is TBA with Sarah Cochran. Meetings are open to the public. The in-person meeting will be at the CCCGS Research Center at 403 East 8th St., Port Angeles. To receive the Zoom codes for the meeting, please call or email the Society about a week prior to the meeting. Phone:  360-417-5000, email: clallamresearcher@gmail.com or askus@clallamcogs.org.