Connecticut

Calendar of Genealogy Events in Connecticut:

Would you like to add a new entry to this page? Would you also delete any information about past events? To do so, click on edit this page above.

All URLs should start with "http://" (without the quotes). Want to learn more about how to add or edit pages in this calendar? Click here.




Connecticut Society of Genealogists Library Closed Until Further Notice

As the State of Connecticut continues to respond to the rapidly changing circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Connecticut Society of Genealogists' library will be closed to the public indefinitely. This means that there will be no Genealogy Help Sessions on Thursday, March 26 or April 9, and whether there will be a session on April 23 is questionable.
The status of our scheduled April 18 program featuring Ed Strickland speaking on "More Than a Will" is also questionable.

In addition, in response to the Governor's policy requesting "nonessential" workers to stay home, CSG's office staff will not be available to answer telephone calls but can respond to emails and will be continuing to process dues, which may be mailed to us or paid through our website.

Be sure to check our Website, www.csginc.org and follow our posts on Facebook and Twitter for updates on the status of our April 18 program and May 16 Annual Meeting, and other news for the genealogy community.

We'll do our best to continue to keep you informed about what's happening at CSG. If you have any questions, please contact us at gro.cnigsc|cnigsc#gro.cnigsc|cnigsc. Please do not reply to this email as it is not checked and only used for sending out mass emails.

Sincerely,

The CSG Board of Governors


logo2.gif

THE NORWALK SENIOR CENTER IS CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE

The Norwalk Senior Center Genealogy Club continues to communicate with its members via email.

Please email your interest or your questions to moc.loa|02nworbnahtanoj#moc.loa|02nworbnahtanoj.


Welsh Society of Western New England’s Genealogy Workshop

CANCELLED for April 18, 2020 Glastonbury, CT - Cancelled due to concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

NEXT MEETING June 20 (see listing below)

The Welsh Society of Western New England’s Genealogy Workshop meets every other month to learn how to research Welsh roots.

Come for the day or part thereof. Bring your family tree and a lunch dish to share.

Workshop may include a 12 noon-1PM presentation on a genealogy topic.

Members, $5. Non-members - first Workshop complimentary, further workshops $10 per session.

RSVP for Info & location to moc.liamg|ENWhsleW#moc.liamg|ENWhsleW


Welsh Society of Western New England’s Welsh Genealogy ON-LINE CHAT

Mondays 11:30AM - 1:00PM this June and July (no meetings in August)

The Welsh Society of Western New England’s Genealogy Workshop will meet ON-LINE ONLY in June and July to research Welsh roots.
RSVP to moc.liamg|ENWhsleWofnI#moc.liamg|ENWhsleWofnI required to be added to Zoom meeting invite.

-


Russell Library Middletown:Tracing Connecticut Revolutionary War “Patriots”, August 5th, 6:30 PM RESCHEDULED for August 19th, 6:30 PM

Are you hoping to join a Revolutionary War lineage society or to learn more about your Connecticut ancestor’s support for the “cause”? Join us August 19, 2020 at 6:30 PM to learn more about the sources that can be used to document Connecticut’s Revolutionary War patriots. While this program will look specifically at Connecticut based ancestors, many of the sources can be used to document those living in other colonies. This virtual program will be presented by Bryna O’Sullivan, a Middletown based professional genealogist who specializes in lineage society applications. Register at [https://russelllibrary.libcal.com/event/6933112].


E.C. Scranton Memorial Library Madison:Family Research: Using the US Census

Have you always wanted to learn more about your family’s history but didn’t know where to start? The U.S. census is one of the first sources you’ll need to explore. Taken every ten years since 1790, it allows you to trace your family over the decades and even centuries. Join us on August 13th for a virtual program using Zoom to introduce the U.S. census. This session will cover the history of the census, how to access enumeration forms, and how the census can help you discover more about your family’s roots.
Sign up via [http://www.scrantonlibrary.org] to receive your Zoom login and begin your journey with your family genealogy!


logo.jpg?t=1531153673

"You Should Write a Book!" with Shelley Lowell and Janeen Bjork

Saturday, September 19, 2020 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., networking at 10 a.m.

The Connecticut Ancestry Society is pleased to present Artist and Book Designer Shelley Lowell and Genealogy Teacher Janeen Bjork as they present "You Should Write a Book," a program based on their collaboration on two family history books, and the many questions they have been asked about their work.

Shelley has created books of as few as four pages to preserve family stories. There will be a discussion of the many options for wannabe authors, from DIY to hiring a company that specializes in producing professional family heirlooms.

This is a benefit of a Connecticut Ancestry Society membership. 2020-2021 CAS members will be sent a ZOOM link and login information via email.


logo.jpg?t=1531153673

Genealogy and Technology: Problems, Pitfalls, and Lots of Promise” with Rob Locke

Saturday, October 10, 2020 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., networking at 10 a.m.

Rob has been researching his family tree off and on since 1976 thanks to close relationships with his now deceased grandparents, great-uncles, and great-aunts. Rob’s ancestry in the United States begins with the Great Migration to New England (1630s) with every northern European group arriving and marrying in.

Rob has also served on the boards of Connecticut Ancestry Society, New England Regional Genealogical Consortium, and Locke Family Association. He is a member of numerous other genealogical societies.

Rob is employed in the technology industry where he spent most of his time teaching seminars, writing curriculum, and developing classroom lab environments. Rob has trained and mentored thousands of certified technology professionals over the last 30 years. If you have Genealogy technology questions, he has answers!

This is a benefit of a Connecticut Ancestry Society membership. 2020-2021 CAS members will be sent a ZOOM link and login information via email.


This Calendar is sponsored by Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter.

This page was last updated 07 Aug 2020 18:20.

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License