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Tuesday, May 21
Rock County Genealogical Society
6:30 pm
Carriage House at 450 N. Jackson Street, Janesville, WI 53545
The program is our Second Annual "Show Your Genealogy Treasures" presented by our membership and guests who will bring an interesting object, photo, document, or clothing item that is easy to carry in and display in our musemum-type format and to informally talk about it.
Watch for information on the upcoming Oktoberfest - Fall Kickoff Event on Tuesday, September 17, 2019! The featured program will be: Leaving Europe for the New World: Documents of Emigration from German-Speaking Europe by Antje Petty, Associate Director of the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. 
Parking is available on N. Jackson Street, N. Franklin Street, and in the lower ramp of the Mercy Hospital Garage accessed on W. Mineral Point Avenue at the corner of N. Franklin Street (no charge).



Saturday, June 1
Green County Genealogical Society
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Monroe Public Library 925 16th Ave, Monroe, WI 53566 second floor meeting room
 
The Role of Our Ancestors in Building a Great State -- Ken Germanson, president emeritus of the Wisconsin Labor History Society in Milwaukee, will present the story of how workers struggled to create better lives for their families and for generations to come that has long been overlooked. Hear how workers organized into unions and struggled and even gave up their lives to win equity while their labors helped to make Wisconsin. There will also be discussion of the resources available for probing ancestral backgrounds.


Monday, June 3
German Interest Group - Wiscsonsin
7:00 pm
St. Mark Lutheran, 2921 Mount Zion, Janesville, WI
The program will be about the book “The Making of Pioneer Wisconsin: Voices of Early Settlers”, by it’s author, Wisconsin state historian emeritus Michael E. Stevens.
 
Michael E. Stevens is Wisconsin State Historian Emeritus. He has published fifteen books and more than thirty articles on various historical subjects. His most recent book, The Making of Pioneer Wisconsin: Voices of Early Settlers, was published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. A Milwaukee native now living in Fitchburg, Stevens earned his Ph.D. in American history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 


Tuesday, June 4
Northern Waters Genealogical Society
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Boulder Junction Community Center 5392 Park Street Boulder Junction, WI 54512
What on Earth is Genelogy, anyway? with special guest Speaker George Findlen.


Saturday, June 8
Waupaca Area Genealogical Society
9:00 am
Holly History & Genealogical Center, 321 South Main St., Waupaca, WI
 
Experience with Pioneer Certificate - Guest speaker, Richard Townsend


Monday, June 10
Kenosha County Genealogy Society
6:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Gateway Technical College, Inspire Building, Room i131 3520 30th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53144, USA
Annual Business Meeting, and elections


Tuesday, June 11
Grant County Genealogical Society
7:00 pm
Pioneer Ridge Retirement Village, 1510 Bears Court, Platteville, WI
Lori Bessler "Wisconsin Historical Society Collections and Services"


Wednesday, June 12
Milwaukee PAF User Group June Meeting
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Klemmer's Banquet Center, 10401 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Milwaukee
 
Program:  Research Strategies presented by Jane Orne
 
The parking lot entrance is located on the east side of the building. For additional information, visit http://mpafug.org.


Friday, June 14 through Sunday, June 16
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Polish Fest
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds), 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI
 
Polish Fest Hours:
Friday, June 14:  12Noon to 12 Midnight
Saturday, June 15:  12Noon to 12Midnight
Sunday, June 16:  12Noon to 8pm
 
As America’s largest Polish festival, Polish Fest celebrates the art, culture and traditions that are uniquely Polish. The festival features traditional entertainment, authentic food, cooking and folk art demonstrations, vodka tastings, Polish-Sukiennice Marketplace, Mass, as well as a variety of children’s activities. Want to know more about your Polish ancestry? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family roots.
  
For admission fees, discount offers, and other information on the festival, visit:  http://www.polishfest.org/


Friday, June 14
Stateline Genealogy Club Program - Crossing the Border: French-Canadian Ancestors
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Beloit Public Library, 605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, WI
 
Crossing the Border: French-Canadian Ancestors by speaker George Findlen
The steps, resources and aids that one needs to successfully identify the parents of an immigrant who settled in the U.S. from Quebec.


Saturday, June 15
African American Genealogical Society of Milwaukee Monthly Meeting - June
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Milwaukee Public Library – Villard Square Branch; 5190 N. 35th Street, Milwaukee
 
The group meets on the third Saturday of each month (except during July and August).  Open to the public, the meetings provide an opportunity to hear interesting speakers, learn helpful hints on research techniques, and share ideas to further your genealogical pursuits.
 
For more information, visit:  Aagsmilw.webs.com


Tuesday, June 25
La Crosse Area Genealogical Society
3:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Oak Grove Cemetery,1407 La Crosse Street, La Crosse, WI
Oak Grove Cemetery Workday, all members are encouraged to come and help out.at Oak Grove Cemetery on June 25 from 3:00-6:30 PM. Learn how to safely clean cemetery stones, transcribe cemetery gravestone information, and take photographs of the headstones 


Friday, June 28
Stateline Genealogy Club Program - Tour & Research at Wisconsin Historical Society
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
South Beloit, IL, FastMart/McDonald's
 
Bonus Second Friday! Tour and Research at Wisconsin Historical Society Library
Van Galder Coach bus boarding at South Beloit, Illinois, FastMart/McDonald's at 8:00 AM for Madison, Wisconsin/University of Wisconsin campus Langdon/Park. Return early evening.


Saturday, June 29
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society's "Beginner's" Genealogy Series Class
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Milwaukee Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Community Room 1
 
Topic:  DNA for Genealogy:  What It Can and Can't Do  
 
MCGS “Beginner” genealogy classes are free, however, a $10.00 fee is charged to cover the cost of class handouts containing information and forms to assist you in research.  Learn more at: http://www.milwaukeegenealogy.org, then click on the “Genealogy Classes” link on the left.
 
For handicap access, enter the lower level of the building via 8th Street, take the elevator to the first floor, and proceed east to the meeting room. Metered street parking is available around the library building; there is also a parking lot on Wisconsin Avenue across the street from the library.  Visitors are always welcome.


Saturday, June 29
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting and Program - June
1:00 pm
Milwaukee Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Community Room 1
 
Program to follow membership meeting.
 
Topic:  Twenty Five Years in the Streets of Milwaukee After Dark reviewed by Tracy Reinhardt, Thornton Library Director at the Galloway House & Village of the Fond du Lac County Historical Society
 
Tracy brings to life the 2018 publication:  Twenty-five Years on the Streets of Milwaukee After Dark; Together with Sketches of Experiences as Newsboy in the Army, Capture and Imprisonment in Libby Prison, and Other War-time Notes and Incidents.   Selected by scholars as being culturally important, this work was reproduced from the original artifact.
 
For handicap access, enter the lower level of the building via 8th Street, take the elevator to the first floor, and proceed east to the meeting room.  Metered street parking is available around the library building; there is also a parking lot on Wisconsin Avenue across the street from the library.  Visitors are always welcome.
 
For additional information visit:  http://www.milwaukeegenealogy.org.



Tuesday, July 2
Northern Waters Genealogical Society
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Boulder Junction Community Center 5392 Park Street Boulder Junction, WI 54512
Black Sheep Genelogy with NWGS member Carole Goetz as featured Speaker.


Saturday, July 6
Green County Genealogical Society
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Monroe Public Library 925 16th Ave, Monroe, WI 53566 second floor meeting room
 
Did Grandpa Go Fishing? Collecting Old Wood Fishing Lures – Jerry Pardus, retired Stephenson County Sheriff, has been collecting antique fishing lures about 18 years. His collection consists of, but is not limited to, what is referred to as the “Big 5” lure companies – Creek Chub, Heddon, South Bend, Shakespeare, and Pflueger. He also has lures from other companies including some made in Wisconsin. He is now trying to locate lures made in Rockford, IL by the J.L. Clark and Fred Keeling companies. 


Tuesday, July 9
Grant County Genealogical Society
7:00 pm
bloomington Public Library,453 Canal St, Bloomington, WI
 Jim Warczak talking about collections in the library's history room


Wednesday, July 10
Milwaukee PAF User Group July Meeting
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Klemmer's Banquet Center, 10401 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Milwaukee
 
Program:  World War I Genealogy Research presented by Debra Dudek, Head of Adult and Teen Services at the Fountaindale Public Library District in Bolingbrook, IL
(Full evening presentation)
 
The parking lot entrance is located on the east side of the building. For additional information, visit http://mpafug.org.


Friday, July 12
Stateline Genealogy Club Program - Finding the Genealogy of Houses and Those that Lived in Them
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Beloit Public Library, 605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, WI
 
Finding the Genealogy of Houses and Those That Lived in Them by speaker Vicki Ruthe Hahn


Saturday, July 13
Waupaca Area Genealogical Society
9:00 am
Holly History & Genealogical Center, 321 South Main St., Waupaca, WI
 
Military headstones - How to apply for the military headstone, abbreviations used and more.
Guest speaker - Russell Horton


Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Festa Italiana
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds), 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI
 
Festa Italiana Hours:
Friday, July 19:  3pm to 12Midnight
Saturday, July 20:  11:30am to 12Midnight
Sunday, July 21:  11:30am to 11pm
 
At Festa Italiana, everyone’s Italian! Live, eat and play Italian – enjoy traditional entertainment, authentic food, cooking demonstrations, wine tasting, and Italian games and activities.  Want to know more about your Italian ancestry? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family roots.
  
For admission fees and discount offers, as well as other information on the festival, visit:  http://festaitaliana.com/


Friday, July 26 through Sunday, July 28
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at German Fest
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds), 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI
 
German Fest Hours:
Friday, July 26:  3pm to 12Midnight
Saturday, July 27:  12Noon to 12Midnight
Sunday, July 28:  12Noon to 9pm
 
Since 1981, German Fest has been celebrating all things German - food, travel, history, music, tradition and much more!  Want to explore your German ancestry? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family roots.
  
For admission fees and discount offers, as well as other information on the festival, visit:  http://germanfest.com


Saturday, July 27
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting and Program - July
12:00 pm
Milwaukee Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Community Room 1
 
Join them as they celebrate the 84th Anniversary of the "Picnic In Ancestral Grove" indoor picnic.  Do you have some great genealogy finds that you’ve encountered during the past year?  If you’re ready to "strut your stuff" for the group, contact the society to reserve a 10-minute slot to share what you’ve found and learned about in the process. 
For handicap access, enter the lower level of the building via 8th Street, take the elevator to the first floor, and proceed east to the meeting room.  Metered street parking is available around the library building; there is also a parking lot on Wisconsin Avenue across the street from the library.  Visitors are always welcome.
 
For additional information visit:  http://www.milwaukeegenealogy.org



Saturday, August 3
Green County Genealogical Society
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Monroe Public Library 925 16th Ave, Monroe, WI 53566 second floor meeting room
 
History of Photographic Formats: Date and Identify Images –Simone Munson, archivist and Librarian at the Wisconsin History Society has worked closely with the Society’s photographic collections for over 10 years. A picture is worth 1000 words, but often those words are difficult to read. Simone Munson will present tips and tools for photo identification. She will provide a brief history of photographic formats and a deeper examination of resources, tools and strategies for dating and identifying photographs. If you have inherited a collection of unidentified family photographs, this presentation will provide information for tackling this daunting project.


Monday, August 5
Northern Waters Genealogical Society
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Manitowish Waters Lions Club Pavilion
 
Annual Picnic


Friday, August 9 through Sunday, August 11
La Crosse Area Genealogical Society
Irishfest La Crosse, Genealogy volunteers will staff the genealogy area at IrishFest – La Crosse on Saturday, August 10 from 10 am – 6 pm and on Sunday, August 11 from 11 am – 4 pm. 


Friday, August 9
Stateline Genealogy Club Program - An Introduction to WikiTree, the Free Global Family Tree
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Beloit Public Library, 605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, WI
 
An Introduction to WikiTree, the Free Global Family Tree by speaker Marty Acks
A community of genealogists growing an accurate single family tree using DNA and traditional genealogical sources.


Saturday, August 10
Waupaca Area Genealogical Society
9:00 am
Holly History & Genealogical Center, 321 South Main St., Waupaca, WI
 
 
Roundtable - Bring your brick walls, new finds to share, etc. Lets share and help each other!


Tuesday, August 13
Grant County Genealogical Society
7:00 pm
Pioneer Ridge Retirement Village, 1510 Bears Court, Platteville, WI
Bernita Jenkins and Alice Shaw (topic to be determined)


Thursday, August 15 through Sunday, August 18
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Irish Fest
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds), 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI
 
Irish Fest Hours:
Thursday, August 15, 2019:          5 to 10pm.
Friday, August 16, 2019                 4pm to Midnight
Saturday, August 17, 2019:           12Noon to Midnight
Sunday, August 18, 2019:              11am to 10pm
 
As the largest Irish music and cultural festival in the world, Irish Fest celebrates all things Irish – food, music, and heritage.  Need help locating your Emerald Isle ancestors? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family roots.
  
For admission fees and discount offers, as well as other information on the festival, visit:  http://irishfest.com/Irishfest.htm


Friday, August 23 through Sunday, August 25
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Mexican Fiesta
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds), 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI
 
Mexican Fiesta Hours:
Friday, August 23:  12Noon to 12Midnight
Saturday, August 24:  12Noon to 12Midnight
Sunday, August 25:  12Noon to 12Midnight
 
Mexican Fiesta brings the unique sound, culture, and taste of Mexico to Milwaukee’s lakefront. Visitors will be able to experience the country’s rich history, art, music and food while wandering throughout the festival grounds.  Want to explore your Hispanic ancestry? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family roots.  
 
For admission fees and discount offers, as well as other information on the festival, visit:  http://www.mexicanfiesta.org/


Saturday, August 24
Italian Genealogy Interest Group — August Research Meeting
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Italian Community Center 531 East Chicago Street Milwaukee, WI 53202
 
Known as "Pursuing Our Italian Names Together (P.O.I.N.T.) – Chapter 22”, the Italian Area Interest Group welcomes anyone to their meetings with an interest in Italian family history.  For more information, kindly contact George Koleas: GeorgeJK676@wi.rr.com or call 262-251-7216 after 7pm.
 
Visit their website for additional meeting dates, as well as a list of surnames being researched by their members:  http://www.orgsites.com/wi/point22/


Friday, August 30 through Sunday, September 1
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Wisconsin Highland Games
Waukesha Expo Center, 1000 Northview Rd. (Highway FT), Waukesha, WI
 
Wisconsin Highland Games Hours:
Friday, August 30:  5 to 10pm
Saturday, August 31:  9am to 10pm
Sunday, September 1:  9am to 9pm
 
The Wisconsin Highland Games offers a weekend of Scottish and Celtic fun for the whole family, featuring music, dance, athletics, food, drink, living history, and much more.  Want to explore your British Isle roots? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family history.  
 
For admission fees, as well as other information on the festival, visit:  http://www.wisconsinscottish.org/



Wednesday, September 4
Northern Waters Genealogical Society
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Boulder Junction Community Center 5392 Park Street Boulder Junction, WI 54512
 
National Archives Resources at the Chicago Branch-presented by Jane Haldeman-  Records from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin dating from the 1800’s. ; Territorial Papers, Farm records, Naturalization, Military, Taxes, Postal Service, and Court cases


Friday, September 6 through Sunday, September 8
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Indian Summer
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds), 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI
 
Indian Summer Hours:
Friday, September 8:  4pm to 12Midnight
Saturday, September 9:  12Noon to 12Midnight
Sunday, September 10:  11am to 8pm
 
The Indian Summer Festival provides a welcoming venue for education, preservation, and promotion of American Indian cultures. Fest-goers will experience an up-close view of the rich Native American culture through art, music, food, and activities. Want to explore your Native American roots? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family history.
 
For admission fees and discount offers, as well as other information on the festival, visit:  http://www.indiansummer.org/


Saturday, September 7
Green County Genealogical Society
Monroe Public Library 925 16th Ave, Monroe, WI 53566 second floor meeting room
 
WORKSHOP – (time, cost, and other details TBD)  Lori Bessler, Reference Librarian at Wisconsin Historical Society, will present two programs: 
 
Organizing and Analyzing Your Research –Whether you have been researching 1 year or 30, this program will provide guidance on how to document, store, file and digitize your genealogical materials. You need to know what you have and easily access your research to make the most of your time. Otherwise you may recreate the wheel over and over again. This lecture will help you simplify your record keeping and show how to analyze documents to uncover more stories.
 
Meet Mrs. George H. James: Writing a Biographical Sketch If you have had fun “hunting” your ancestors, you will have even more fun sharing those stories through writing. Many researchers are intimidates at the prospect of writing when it turns out to be a lot easier than they would think. This program shows you how a few documents on an ancestor could put a lot of story together by following a few simple steps. We owe it to our ancestors to tell their stories.
Following lunch there will be discussion on various ways to share your family history and stories through self publishing and smaller projects. Examples of self-published books will be available to view.


Friday, September 13
Stateline Genealogy Club - Intro to Genealogy at the National Archives and Records Administration
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Beloit Public Library, 605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, WI
 
NARA: Introduction to Genealogy at the National Archives and Records Administration online slideshow by Claire Kluskens (presented by Vicki Ruthe Hahn)


Saturday, September 14
Waupaca Area Genealogical Society
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Waupaca Area Public Library 107 S Main St, Waupaca, WI 54981
 
Special workshop - Genealogy DNA Research  - Guest speaker, Mary Eberle
As a retired attorney, Mary started DNA Hunters, LLC in 2015. Mary is a DNA expert and genetic genealogist with 30 years of DNA experience.
This workshop will be held at Waupaca Public Library. 
Watch for further information!


Saturday, September 21
African American Genealogical Society of Milwaukee Monthly Meeting - September
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Milwaukee Public Library – Villard Square Branch; 5190 N. 35th Street, Milwaukee
 
The group meets on the third Saturday of each month (except during July and August).  Open to the public, the meetings provide an opportunity to hear interesting speakers, learn helpful hints on research techniques, and share ideas to further your genealogical pursuits.
 
For more information, visit:  Aagsmilw.webs.com


Tuesday, September 24
La Crosse Area Genealogical Society
6:00 pm
La Crosse Public Library, 800 Main Street, La Crosse, WI
Laura Godden will speak on "Declarations and Petitions: Investigating US Naturalization Records of Immigrants." Laura is a Special Collections Historian at UWL's Murphy Library. Presentation 



Wednesday, October 2
Northern Waters Genealogical Society
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Boulder Junction Community Center 5392 Park Street Boulder Junction, WI 54512
 
Saving our Stones - Tombstone preservation, presented by Jarrod Roll


Friday, October 4 through Saturday, October 5
2019 WSGS Fall Seminar and Pre-Conference
Ramada Waupaca Hotel, 110 Grand Seasons Drive, Waupaca, Wisconsin
 
More information to come!


Saturday, October 5
Green County Genealogical Society
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Monroe Public Library 925 16th Ave, Monroe, WI 53566 second floor meeting room
 
Searching through the Windows of Your Ancestor's Home - member Linda Schiesser Ever wonder who built my house or my ancestor's home?  What existed on this land before?  What can I learn about the property?  These questions can be answered by you if you have the right tools.  This talk will give you some of the tools and clues to start you on your way.


Saturday, October 5
Milwaukee County Genealogical Society Booth at Scandinavian Fest
10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Ronald Reagan Elementary School, 4225 South Calhoun Road, New Berlin, WI
 
The annual Scandinavian Festival includes arts & crafts, music, ethnic dancing, and, of course yummy food! Interested in discovering more about your Scandinavian roots? The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society’s Genealogy Booth will be on-site to help you trace your family history.
 
For admission fees, discount offers, and other information on the festival, visit: http://www.vasaorder.net/calendar.cfm?lodge=492


Friday, October 11
Stateline Genealogy Club Program - Reminiscing--Life Writing Your Story for Posterity
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Beloit Public Library, 605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, WI
 
Reminiscing - Life Writing Your Story for Posterity to Share with Your Family by speaker Vicki Ruthe Hahn
Hands-on exercises and suggestions on how to reflect your own life through words, photos, and mapping. Bring a photo or picture from your past that you want to write about. Learn how to see more about your ancestors' lives by recording the stories you wish they had left.


Saturday, October 12
Waupaca Area Genealogical Society
9:00 am
Holly History & Genealogical Center, 321 South Main St., Waupaca, WI
 
25th Anniversary Celebration - Watch for details.


Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International's 2019 Genealogical & Cultural Conference
Tuesday, October 15 through Saturday, October 19
Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International's 2019 Genealogical & Cultural Conference
Lincoln, NE
 
Searching Czech or Slovak roots?  Save the date and make plans to attend this international conference.
 
17th Annual Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International (CGSI)
Genealogical and Cultural Conference
October 15 - 19, 2019
Lincoln, NE
 
The biennial CGSI Conference is the premier genealogical research event for the areas now known as the Czech Republic and Slovakia.  The conference features local, national, and international speakers, along with workshops, field trips, entertainment, and access to CGSI’s traveling resource library with on-site assistance.
  • Nearly 60 breakout sessions, including five speakers from the Czech Republic and Slovakia
  • Parade of Kroje and area cultural tours
  • Hands-on folk craft workshops and mini-language classes
CGSI membership and conference registration details to be posted at:  www.cgsievents.com


Saturday, October 19
African American Genealogical Society of Milwaukee Monthly Meeting - October
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Milwaukee Public Library – Villard Square Branch; 5190 N. 35th Street, Milwaukee
 
The group meets on the third Saturday of each month (except during July and August).  Open to the public, the meetings provide an opportunity to hear interesting speakers, learn helpful hints on research techniques, and share ideas to further your genealogical pursuits.
 
For more information, visit:  Aagsmilw.webs.com



Saturday, November 2
La Crosse Area Genealogical Society
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Fall Genealogy Workshop – to be held at the Black River Beach House from 9 AM to about 4 PM on November 2. Beginning and Intermediate genealogy Workshop. Topics include Organizing Research, Using Ancestry.com for Research, Gadgets, US Census Records, Sanborn Fire Maps, and a DNA Overview. Free & open to the public, donations requested. Contact La Crosse Park & Recreation Department to pre-register.