Tuesday, June 10, 2014

OGS Summer Sessions Schedule Released



Two posts in one day! The Ohio Genealogical Society has released its summer sessions program. All events listed here are at the OGS Library. Check the website www.ogs.org for off-site events.

21 Jun - Sat – 1 PM – Doug Osborne on the History of Clocks (FREE)
11 Jul – Fri – 10 AM – Tom Neel on Creating a Family Archive at Home (FREE)
18 Jul - Fri – 6 PM – Richland Co Chapter Library Lock-in until midnight ($10 chapter members; $15 non-members)
19 Jul – Sat – 10 AM – Deb Abbott on Vital Records: the Cornerstone of Genealogy (FREE)
25 Jul – Fri - 10 AM – Derek Davey on Navigating Family Research (FREE)
2 Aug – Sat - 10 AM – Chris Staats on Order in the Court! – a History of Ohio’s Courts and the Records they Created (FREE)
8 Aug – Fri - 10 AM – Derek Davey on Civil War Research (FREE)
16 Aug – Sat - 10 AM – Jen Alford on Blogging for Genealogists (FREE)
30 Aug – Sat - 10 AM – Deb Abbott on A Gift of Legacy, Who is Writing Your Story? (FREE)
19 Sep – Fri - 10 AM – Tom Neel on Taking a Look at Common Pleas Case Files (FREE)
20 Sep – Sat - 10 AM – Jen Alford on Documenting Your Family Heirlooms (FREE)
3 Oct – Fri - 1 PM – Deb Abbott on African American Genealogy, from Slavery to Freedom (FREE)
4 Oct – Sat - All Day – Fall Seminar with D. Joshua Taylor – at the Quality Inn next door – 9:30 AM Beyond Belief, the Wealth of Genealogical and Historical Societies; 10:45 AM Online Resources for New England; 1:30 PM Mapping Your Success, Employing Maps for Genealogical Research; 2:45 PM New Tools and Ideas in Research (FEE, $40 OGS members; $45 non-members)
11 Oct – Sat - 10 AM – Susan Zacharias on Newsletter Rescue, Layout, Design, Content (FREE)

In order to set up seating and provide enough handouts, we do ask that visitors register in advance even for the free classes. Call 419-886-1903 to register or send an email to Tom Neel – tneel@ogs.org – with  your summer class plans at the Ohio Genealogical Society library. Visitors may stay and research at the library after the classes without the usual library admittance fee. We do expect you to make a lot of photocopies and even drop a donation in the basket if you have good research luck! We are a non-profit after all, but we find that these FREE summer classes bring many new faces to our organization. Please enjoy a Summer of Learning!

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