Sunday, June 21, 2009

Texas Genealogy Events: Week of June 22-28, 2009

Straight from the Texas Genealogy Events calendar, here's what is happening in Texas for the week of June 22-28, 2009:

Tuesday, June 23:

Austin Genealogical Society Meeting, 7pm
Location: Highland Park Baptist Church,
5206 Balcones, Austin, Texas
Topic: Having Fun with Our Ancestors
Presenter: Teri E. Flack

Thursday, June 25

East Texas Genealogical Society
Get Acquainted Luncheon, 11:30am
Heartland Ham Co.
3400-A South Broadway,
Tyler 75701. (903) 581-2802
These meetings are a chance to meet other members of the society in a relaxed, informal, social atmosphere -- all while enjoying a delicious lunch.
We talk about all sorts of subjects: genealogy, computers, kids, grand-kids, etc.
Come and enjoy yourself!

Saturday, June 27

Austin Genealogical Society Saturday Series, 10am
Genealogy Potpourri...Internet Lessons, Practicing, and Brick Wall Solving 10:00 bring your laptop, or observe. 11:00 bring your brickwall question for discussion
Cost: Free
Location: Austin History Center, 810 Guadalupe, 78701

Clayton Library Session: Social Networking, 10am
Come and discover websites where you can create your family tree and share it with others. Three sites will be compared, giving advantages and disadvantages of each.
Reservations required.
Call 832-393-2600.

Fort Worth Genealogical Society
Beginners Workshop, 10:30am
Getting started for novice and intermediate genealogists.
Fort Worth Central Library (Downtown)
500 West 3rd Street
Fort Worth, Texas
Chappell Meeting Room

Van Zandt County Genealogical Society Meeting, 2pm
Van Zandt County Library
317 First Monday Lane
Canton, TX 75103-1052

For further details on these events, see the Texas Genealogy Events Calendar. Please confirm all dates and locations with the host societies and organizations.

Do you have an event you'd like to see on the calendar? Contact me using the email address at the right side of this blog. Events should occur in Texas or be of interest to Texans (neighboring states welcome). Speakers are encouraged to publicize their presentations.

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