RootsTech 2019 takes place at Salt Lake City from Wednesday, February 27 through Saturday, March 2. This is the world’s largest family history event.
You can take advantage of free streaming sessions. Click on the link for the schedule: https://www.rootstech.org/salt-lake/live-stream-schedule
A few of the sessions are “What’s New on Family Search”, “Connecting Your DNA Matches”, “Becoming a Professional Genealogist”, “What You Don’t Know About Ancestry”, and “The Research Roadmap: Your Path to Success”.
Fairfax Genealogical Society Spring Conference takes place Friday and Saturday, April 5 & 6 at the Sheraton Reston Hotel in Reston, Virginia. The theme of the conference is “Finding Your Missing Branches”. There will be special sessions offered: DNA with Diahan Southard and “Beginning Land Platting: Metes & Bounds” with Mark Lowe. Another interesting session is “Digging Deeper: Federal Records” with Rick Sayre. For registration information visit the FxGS website at www.FXGS.org
Virginia Genealogical Society Spring Conference, with the theme ‘Laws & Wars That Impacted Your Virginia Ancestor’, takes place Saturday, April 13 at Four Points Sheraton – Richmond Airport. The speakers are Judy Russell and Craig Scott. For registration information visit the VGS website at https://vgs.org. On Friday, April 12, there will be guided research at the Library of Virginia from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. This is free and open to the public; no registration is needed. Fill out a consultation form and bring it along with you to help the researchers guide you in your research. Click on this link for the form: https://vgs.org/upload/files/Conference/VGS_conference_consultation_form.pdf
NOTE: We will not be meeting in April. We are encouraging members to attend the VGS Spring Conference which falls on the second Saturday of April.