That’s right—just six short weeks from now, the 2015 Ohio Genealogical Society’s 2015 Conference, “Ohio: Your Genealogical Cornerstone,” will be in full swing. Friday’s lineup includes thirty more presentations in six different tracks: Skillbuilding, Technology Tools, Methods For Success, German Ancestors, Military Research, and African-American and Southern Research
In addition to a terrific selection of presentations, be sure to take advantage of the day’s special offerings:
Come celebrate your early Ohio ancestors at one of the lineage society events. At 12:45, join us for a combined Settlers and Builders of Ohio/Century Families of Ohio luncheon. The First Families of Ohio and Society of Civil War Families of Ohio Banquet will be held at 7:00pm. Both events feature a great menu and good company.
Two roundtable discussions are also scheduled for Friday: F-132 African-American Roundtable, moderated by Dr. Deborah Abbott; and F-133 DNA/Genetic Genealogy Roundtable, moderated by Sunda Peters. Both roundtables feature a panel of experts to help answer your questions. Group sessions not only help answer your specific questions, but others may ask a question you hadn’t yet thought of. Be part of the experience.
Speaking of experts, the Great Lakes Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists is offering free, 15-minute consultations during lunch on Thursday and Friday. Come Thursday between 1:00-2:00pm, or Friday between 12:45-1:45.
Which presentations and events will you be attending on Friday, April 10?
Complete information on these events, as well as the schedule of the day’s presentations can be found on pages 6 and 7 of the Conference Registration Booklet. Click the link to download the Registration Booklet, or go to http://www.ogs.org/conference2015/index.php for more conference info.
27 Feb 2015