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July 28-29, 2017

2017 International Germanic Genealogy Conference
Sponsor: German-American Genealogical Partnership
Host: Germanic Genealogy Society
Location: Minneapolis Marriott Northwest Hotel, Brooklyn Park, a suburb of Minneapolis, Minn.

Save the dates July 28-30, 2017, for the first international conference organized by the German-American Genealogical Partnership.

“For anyone involved in researching Germanic ancestors, this is a rare opportunity to make personal connections with people from the United States, Germany and other countries. We especially encourage members and leaders of societies in the Partnership to join us in this inaugural international conference,” said Kent Cutkomp, one of the key founders of the Partnership and a past president of the Minnesota-based Germanic Genealogy Society, host of the 2017 conference.

The conference—“CONNECTIONS: International. Cultural. Personal.”—will offer more than 30 presentations by Germanic genealogy experts worldwide. Attendees will be invited to be part of a conference surname and locality database to match up with others attending, Cutkomp said. Study rooms with computers and expert personal assistance will offer help with German script, language and research. The conference also will feature impromptu gatherings by region or special interest and a large field of vendors and exhibitors.

The conference is scheduled at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest Hotel, in Brooklyn Park, a Minneapolis suburb. Attendees may book room reservations at the hotel beginning in August. Registration for the conference opens in January 2017.

The Partnership, founded in 2015, joins Germanic societies across America, Germany, Canada, England and other European countries, and continues to draw new societies worldwide. Partnership members include the more than 60 societies belonging to the Germany-based Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Genealogischer Verbände, whose leadership helped in founding the Partnership.


September 23, 2017

2017 Family History Workshop with main presenter Paula Stuart-Warren

Sponsor: The Heritage Education Commission
Location: Horizon Middle School, Moorhead Minnesota

Finding your long-lost relatives can be a challenge, but a rewarding one! Learn from successful genealogists how to start and continue your search. With 20 workshops and a nationally recognized speaker, this is a day filled with opportunities to learn how to successfully climb your family tree.
This workshop cost of $49 includes your choice of four out of the 20 sessions offered, the workshop syllabus with all session handouts, lunch and coffee breaks. An exhibit hall featuring booths for organizations and vendors will be open throughout most of the day.
The 42nd Annual Family History Workshop is sponsored by the Heritage Education Commission in partnership with Moorhead Community Education.
For more information about the workshop, the presenters, and the family history research/book contest, go to http://www.heritageed.com or email moc.deegatireh|ofni#moc.deegatireh|ofni.
This location is easily accessible to the handicapped.


October 6-7, 2017

2017 North Star Genealogy Conference
Host: Minnesota Genealogical Society
Location: Earle Brown Conference Center in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis, Minn.

Family history and genealogy enthusiasts from across the Upper Midwest will converge 6-7 October for the Tenth Annual North Star Genealogy Conference at the Earle Brown Conference Center in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.

The Friday-Saturday conference, sponsored by the Minnesota Genealogical Society, offers more than 20 how-to classes on topics such as DNA, adoption research, preservation of family heirlooms, land records, and other records for family history research. A special pre-conference North Star DNA Day October 5 offers tips for both beginners and more advanced researchers using DNA for family history research.

The conference features two nationally acclaimed genealogy educators: Paula Stuart-Warren of Roseville, Minnesota, and Cyndi Ingle of Milton, Washington. Stuart-Warren lectures nationally and coordinates courses at the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy and the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. Ingle is the creator of Cyndi's List (http://www.cyndislist.com), a web directory of more than 300,000 web links for family history research.

Complete program information and online registration are available at http://www.mngs.org.

With 800 members, The Minnesota Genealogical Society is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people with Minnesota connections discover their family history.



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

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