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TxSGS 2021 Family History Conference
Friday, October 1 through Saturday, October 2
TxSGS 2021 Family History Conference  (Special Events)
9:15 am to 4:30 pm
VIRTUAL - LIVE
   
REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the TxSGS 2021 Family History Conference. 
       TxSGS Live! is October 1-2 with more than 30 additional recorded lectures, bonus lectures, a Virtual Expo Hall, and more.
Learn more at https://www.txsgs.org/2021-txsgs-family-history-conference/.
Support Grand Prairie Genealogical Society when you register – use TIPS code:  gpgs_fan.
 
Don't miss your chance to choose your 2021 TxSGS Family History Conference package and learn new genealogy tips, techniques, and resources to take your research to the next level.


Thursday, October 7
It's Not On-line - The Other 90% of Records  (Monthly Meetings)
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Virtual - Via Zoom
Many useful records for genealogy research are not online.  How do you find these records and then how do you access them?  Our speaker will show ways to find and use archives, repositions, depositions, historical societies, and more to expand your family history research.
Suz Bates, B.S., M.S.
Genealogist, Speaker, Researcher, Family History Consultant  - 
Suz Bates has brought her expertise in genealogy to the public, spreading her enthusiasm for family history research to everyone during her workshops and presentations as well as with her private clients and small group consultations. She has been a family history researcher for over 40 years and a private consultant for 20 years. 


Friday, October 15
Family History Day  (Special Events)
10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Betty Warmack Library - 760 Bardin Road - Grand Prairie
     Grand Prairie Memorial Library is partnering with the Grand Prairie Genealogical Society to present a day of FREE presentations from eight wonderful speakers. The presentations range from beginning  to intermediate knowledge on genealogical topics such as researching with the National Archives, family stories, using historic maps and much more.
     See the full program listing with speakers and times on the attached sheet.  All presentations can be viewed at the Warmack Library at the time specified on the program listing, Stay all day, come and go or choose the time/topic for your interest. 
     For your convenience, the presentations can also be viewed from your home computer at the same specified times by   emailing to: info@gpgstx.org to receive the program link on October 14.