The Ancestry Insider is scheduled to make several public presentations in the near future. The first is at the...
St. George 2009 Family History Expo
Anybody who is anybody (Don't you hate self-referencing definitions?) will be at the St. George Family History Expo later this month, the 27th and 28th of February 2009. I'll be presenting on Saturday at 9:30 am. My topic should sound familiar to my daily readers: "Visiting the National Archives."
Never been to the National Archives in Washington, D.C.? Hankering to go? Is unfamiliarity with a new place keeping you away? In this class the Ancestry Insider shares practical tips he learned from his recent first trip. Be inspired to make that trip. (For Experienced Genealogists)
An interesting aspect of Family History Expo conferences is the drawing of door prizes. At the St. George conference prizes range from Ancestry Publishing books to a Family History Library Retreat valued at $399.
For more information or to register, visit www.fhexpos.com . The early registration cost of $60 for the conference ends tomorrow, 14 February 2009. At the door the cost will be $65. Registering for just one day hardly saves you anything at $50. The syllabus is on CD. A printed copy is available for $25 plus shipping if you don't get your copy while at the conference.
While I'm out, I'd love to have you stop and say hello. Look for the short, old, plump guy with glasses, suspenders and... would you believe... yellow skin?