Vancouver Genealogy Discussion – bring your ideas, questions and latest discoveries. It’s a friendly, helpful group – all interested in genealogy and family history are welcome. Continue reading
Would you like to learn about using Facebook and Twitter in your genealogy and family history research?
Each will help you search for family, let others know about your genealogy interests, and alert you to new or recommended genealogy and family history resources.
Have questions about posting images, chatting, sharing, privacy or about the lingo? (What’s a hashtag? a timeline, a tweet, #FF, Surname Saturday?)
Attend the upcoming sessions at the BCGS Library in the Boardroom with M. Diane Rogers in June and July. Continue reading
Early Bird Prices for the British Columbia Genealogical Society’s 2014 Seminar, Saturday, May 31st, are in effect until April 30, 2014.
Speakers – Audrey Collins from England and Geoff Doherty from Australia.
Tickets are $45.00 for BCGS & Affiliate Society members; $55.00 for non-members. After April 30th, the price increases.
To reserve tickets, see the BCGS 2014 Seminar page and call or e-mail now. Payment may be made by PayPal, Visa or by mail or at a meeting.
Vancouver Genealogy Group Discussion, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 1:00 PM
Meet at the Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia St, Vancouver, BC in the Board Breakout Room on the 7th Floor.
Genealogy Discussion – bring your ideas, questions and latest discoveries. It’s a friendly, helpful group. All interested in genealogy and family history are welcome. Check out our Vancouver Genealogy Meetup pages.
The photograph above shows the entrance gate to the Vancouver Exhibition and Happyland on Renfrew St. in 1929. Photographer: Leonard Frank. Courtesy, Vancouver Public Library, Special Collections, VPL 7925.
BCGS Annual General Meeting & Wills Research Presentation – March 12, 2014, Burnaby, BC
The BC Genealogical Society Annual General Meeting is Wednesday, March 12, 2014, at 7:30 pm, at the Danish Lutheran Church, Downstairs Hall, 6010 Kincaid St., Burnaby, BC. See a location map with directions.
After the AGM, Peter Whitlock will present Using Wills to Link the Generations, demonstrating how you can use Wills to bring together data from other sources, linking the generations together as a family – even between generations that moved many miles from their original ancestral home.
Peter Whitlock has forty-five years of experience with genealogical research. His area of expertise is his Whitlock Family One Name Study and Association. Peter is a long time BC Genealogical Society member and a Past President.
Refreshments. All interested in genealogy and family history are welcome to attend.
Upcoming event – BCGS Seminar with Audrey Collins from England and Geoff Doherty from Australia, Saturday, 31 May, 2014, in Richmond, BC. See the BCGS 2014 Seminar information here. Tickets available at the BCGS meeting, or through the 2014 BCGS Seminar webpage, or by telephone or mail.
BCGS General Monthly Meetings are the second Wednesday of every month, 7:30 pm, at the Danish Lutheran Church.