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Saturday, January 25, 2020, (9:30 a.m. - noon)

Colorado Genealogical Society Special Interest Class

Denver Public Library, 7th Floor Training Room (10 W 14th Ave Pkway)
Using Autosomal DNA to Find An Unknown Ancestor
Speaker: Greg Liverman
https://cogensoc.us/classes.php


Thursday, January 30, 2020

Foothills Genealogical Society Class

Lakewood Public Library, 10200 West 20th Ave., Lakewood CO 80215
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Guests are always welcome. There is ample parking with accessible entrance.

Sensational Citations! **

Presented by Kathy Tarullo, Professional Genealogist

Citations need to be included with every genealogical find but they can be intimidating and difficult to construct. Learn about the elements of citation in a fun class of interactive learning. The suggestion donation is $5.00.

Foothills Genealogical Society supports genealogical research with educational programs, classes and field trips and preserves and publishes historical records from Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson and Park counties. For more information, visit http://www.foothillsgenealogy.org or write P.O. Box 150382, Lakewood CO 80215-0382.



Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society: Planning Your Salt Lake City Family History Library Research Trip (Class)

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Are you thinking of joining CRCGS for this year’s trip to the Salt Lake City Family History Library? In this workshop we will look at what the library has to offer and how to prepare for the trip in order to make your time there more efficient and rewarding. Doing a bit of legwork prior to your trip will make an enormous difference in the time spent at the library. This workshop will show you how to accomplish this.

This workshop is not just for those committed to going to with CRCGS this year, but for anyone who is still trying to decide or is thinking about making the trip at another time. A follow-up panel discussion for additional tips and Q&A will be held in July. The date and time for this panel discussion will be announced soon.

Registration Required. http://www.crcgs.org


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Saturday, February 15, 2020

Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society: Using Charts to Connect the Dots: Timelines, Identity Charts, and FAN Club Charts (Program)

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Presented by Carol Darrow

Charts are for problem-solving and can be crafted to fit your needs. Timelines that include the dates of events and the age of the person can help you avoid 9-year-old fathers or children born years after the death of the mother. Identity charts help to highlight differences between people of the same name who live in the same place. FAN Club charts help you identify the friends, associates and neighbors (FANs) of your ancestor.

Carol Cooke Darrow has been a BCG Certified Genealogist for the past 15 years. She is a past president of the Colorado Genealogical Society in Denver and currently volunteers at the Denver Public Library on Tuesdays and the National Archives in Broomfield on Thursdays.

Learning without $pending: Getting a Free Genealogical Education Presented by Beth Benko


Saturday, February 15th, 2020 (10 a.m.- noon)

The Colorado Genealogical Society

SPEAKER: Iris Agard Hawkins, TOPIC: "Elizabeth Piper Ensley, African-American Suffragette"
Iris is the Author of Elizabeth Jan Piper Ensley, one of Denver's pioneer women, suffragette, and black voting rights activist. Iris is the recipient of the 2017 Elanor Gehres Ward and served as a volunteer and a docent with the Denver Public Library since 1991.

CGS/Computer Interest Group meets after the morning meeting from 1 p.m. to 2::00 p.m. SPEAKER: Cina Johnson, TOPIC: "Roots Magic and how it connects to familySearch.org
Meetings held and the Denver Public Library, 10 W 14th Ave Parkway, Denver. (7th Floor Training Room)
https://cogensoc.us/


Saturday, March 21, 2020

Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society: )New Ancestry Tools for DNA Matching and Trees with Greg Liverman (Program)

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Ancestry released new ethnicity reference groups in 2018 and 2019 plus some new tools for working with DNA matches and your online trees at RootsTech in February 2019. This lecture reviews these changes. We spend a considerable amount of time delving into the new ethnicity reports, why they are different from your old reports and how to compare them to your genealogy.

Minimum Level: Beginner Genetic Genealogist, through Advanced Beginner Genetic Genealogist is recommended


Saturday, April 18, 2020

Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society: Intro to U.S. Church Records: Why We Care Where Grandma Went to Church (Program)

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Presented by Sunny Morton

U.S. church records of many denominations can reveal ancestors’ vital events, family relationships, overseas birthplaces and other residences and religious lives. From the co-author of the new book How to Find Your Family History in U.S. Church Records, learn what these records may look like, how to identify an ancestral church, locate extant records and access them.

Bio: Sunny is an internationally-known genealogy educator: a Contributing Editor for Family Tree Magazine, an official FamilySearch blogger, the NGS-award-winning Editor for Ohio Genealogy News, and a past Contributing Editor at Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems Podcast


Saturday, June 20, 2020

Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society: Lost Women (Program)

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Presented by Kathy Tarullo

Are you struggling trying to find your great grandmother’s maiden name? Finding information on females in our family trees can often be a challenge since most early records were made by men and about men. Come learn specific research technics to help you flesh out the information needed on your family tree. Using FAN research methodology and a wide variety of record types you might just get lucky enough to discover that illusive maiden name.

Kathy Tarullo received her bachelor’s in Family History from Brigham Young University and is a recent ProGen 40 graduate. She is currently on staff with Apex Colorado Recreation District teaching beginning genealogy classes and a Beyond the Basics lecture series. She is a member of Foothills Genealogical Society, Genealogical Society of Utah, Colorado Association of Professional Genealogists and the Director of the Arvada Family History Center. Besides searching out ancestors, she loves spending time with her husband, six daughters and 13 grandchildren.


++Tuesday, February 4, 2020**

Boulder Genealogical Society:**How I’m related to someone famous. Or not!

7 PM at Frasier, 350 Ponca Place, Boulder, CO

Many genealogists have a long held family story claiming they are related to a famous person (locally/nationally/internationally). BGS members will describe their “famous” family member and how they proved the relationship using accepted genealogy practices. OR, … how the family myth was disproved and the results of that probably unsettling news. The speakers include:
• Dana Smith
• Michael Rounds
• Chris Paris
• Dorothy Coltrin**


Wednesday February 12, 2020**

6:00pm Social Hour. Meet PPGS members. Feel free to ask any questions you have regarding Genealogy &/or your Ancestry.
7:00pm Meeting begins

Finding Historical Governmental Boundaries:
New Internet Tools Identify the County and State that Included Any Given Place in Any Year
by Dr. Ted Bainbri

Dr. Bainbridge will share new internet tools that identify the county and state boundaries at any given place in any year. He has been a researcher, teacher, speaker, and writer since 1969. He has taught many beginner and advanced genealogy classes. Ted has had articles published in the U.S. and several foreign countries. He is a past president of Longmont Genealogy Society and is a staff member at the Longmont Family History Center.

The Venue, Library 21c
1175 Chapel Hills Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO

The Pikes Peak Genealogical Society meets on the second Wednesday of each month in The Venue, Library 21c. GUESTS ARE WELCOME. For more information, call PPLD, 531-6333, ext. 1252.



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