Presented by Genealogy Tours of Scotland.
January 27, 2018, opens 7 am.
A marketplace where you can watch mini-presentations by vendors/exhibitors.
The line-up of talks and speakers for the day:
- Pre-Civil Registration Research by genealogist Chris Paton
- “Seek and Ye Shall Find” Using the Kirk’s Archival Legacy to Unveil the Lives of Your Scottish Ancestors by archivist Margaret Fox
- Using (Nat. Library of Scotland) NLS Maps and the Maps Website for Family History Research by NLS Maps Manager, Craig Statham
- Researching Your Highland Ancestors by genealogist Chris Halliday
- Cleared to Canada: From the Highlands and Islands to Canada by genealogy educator Christine Woodcock
Registration fee is $79.99 and allows unlimited access to the talks, handouts and marketplace for 72 hours. The live chat will only happen on January 27th.
** Virtual “Seats” are limited! Pre-register: http://www.genealogyvic.com/
“Family History Show and Tell” – Thursday, December 14, 7:00 pm.
Aaltos Private Dining Room, Canad Inns, Transcona. 826 Regent Avenue (Plessis & Regent).
You’re invited to bring stories, photos, books, or documents to share.
DINNER: A Ukrainian Buffet that includes borscht, cabbage rolls, perogies, meatballs, plus non-Ukrainian buffet selections. All-you-can-eat Buffet, Soup, Salad, and Dessert Bar.
Adults: $19.99; Seniors $17.99 (55+) – beverage, tax, gratuity extra (menu service available). Buffet served from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Pre-registration required by Dec 12th (pay at the dinner): email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 204-989-3292.
For more information on EEGS check out website at http://eegsociety.org/Home.aspx
Poster EEGS Meeting – December 14, 2017
Join Lorri Neilsen Glenn at McNally Robinson Bookstore for the Winnipeg launch of her new book. Thursday, November 16, 7:30 pm.
Plan to attend the Legion House Museum
134 Marion St., Winnipeg
November 8 and 9 , 2017 1100hrs to 2000hrs
The Manitoba World War One Museum will be participating and will be providing about 20 tables of paper exhibits.
Free Will Donation
“Polish Exiles of WW2”
Presentation by Krystyna Szypowska, Executive Director, Polish Exiles of WW2 Inc.
Wed., November 15, 7:00 pm. Thomson Funeral Home, 669 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg.
Krystyna has studied various archival lists relating to the Polish experience during WW2, and has conducted and digitized over a hundred interviews with WW2 veterans as well as with survivors of the Siberian deportations. She has also scanned hundreds of personal documents and photos that risked being lost once their owners died. All of this data is being uploaded to the Polish Exiles of WW2 website (https://www.polishexilesofww2.org) in order to assist the next generation with their research into their family members’ pasts.
For more information check out website at http://eegsociety.org/Home.aspx