Wed., September 6, 6:00 pm.
Knox United Church, 18th Street and Victoria Ave., Brandon.
Guests Elizabeth and Colin Briggs will present “Topics and Places in Genealogical Research“. This is a special meeting to start a new season of genealogy and family history. Everyone is welcome.
“Lesser-known Resources to Determine your Ancestral Village”
by Chris Bukoski. Wed., September 20, 7:00 pm. Thomson Funeral Home, 669 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg.
Chris will discuss lesser-known resources that could be used to identify your ancestral village, as well as provide the location of these records. Many times the village names are distorted; how to determine the proper spelling will be addressed. A critical piece of the puzzle is finding the parish name and Chris will discuss gazetteers and other sources that will aid in this process.
For more information check out website at http://eegsociety.org/Home.aspx
EEGS Sept 20, 2017 Meeting Notice – PDF
DNA and Genealogy
Saturday, September 23: 2-4 pm
Can DNA testing help solve a family mystery, and if so, how? Bill Curtis of the Manitoba Genealogical Society will give you a basic understanding of DNA testing. The session will explain what kinds of DNA tests are available, and what they can and cannot tell you. It will cover topics such as finding living relatives today, and how far back you might be able to trace your family.
Louis Riel Library. 1168 Dakota St. Phone 204-986-4568 to register. Free admission.
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RAH TREES 150 – Roots Art Heritage
MGS and Forum Art Centre are partnering to celebrate Canada 150.
Saturday, August 19, 1 – 4 pm.
Forum Art Centre, 120 Eugenie St.