I am teaching a Beginning Genealogy Class with the County of Los Angeles Parks & Recreation Department. The class is virtual. there are three dates for the class; January 16, February 13 & March 6 all in the first quarter of 2021. All classes are the same, you only need to attend one class so pick the date that works for you!
You can sign up here through the Parks & Rec Dept of LA County. You must create an account with LA Parks & Rec. Hope to see you there!
Learn the beginning steps of doing your own genealogy, the research into your family tree. Who are your ancestors? Whether your ancestors are recent immigrants, or came to America generations ago, you can learn their story, which helps you understand your story.
I am honored to receive the 2020 APGQ Award of Excellence for my article “Books for Professional Genealogists: The Recommendations of Bibliophiles,” published in the September 2019 issue of APGQ. This article was mentioned in a previous post here on this blog.
You can read about it in the official statement from APG.
I am humbled and honored to be considered for excellence for something I have passion for! I thank Mary Penner for selecting me for this award.
March 13, 2021 9AM-12NOON Pacific Time
I will be teaching a virtual, online only, Beginning Genealogy Class with the Southern California Genealogical Society. Our last virtual class had over 200 attendees! We will have online handouts.
You will learn how to begin genealogy research, how to stay organized, where to look, what to do when you find records, and we will cover both paper and digital approaches to research. Excellent for any beginner or intermediate genealogy researcher. This class will be virtual, online only. Check back for more details in February!