Calendar

 

Saturday, January 17, 2015 – Free Class #1  9:15 to Noon –           Location:  Mormon Trail Center,  3215 State Street, In the downstairs classroom. Program:  Introduction to Family History:  When I’ve recorded the ones I know, then what?

Wednesday, January 21, 2015  GOGS Meeting 7pm.                         Program:  Cheri Bean Clark of the Nebraska Humanities Council will “re-enact” the Irish homesteader experience. Should be fascinating for all of us, not just Irish!
Location:  Nebraska Methodist College, 87th & Burt, 3rd floor.

 Friday, February 6, 2015  GO-PAF meeting 7 pm LDS Family History Center 11027 Martha Street, Omaha Program to be announced.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015  GOGS Meeting 7pm.                                       Program:  Martha Grenzeback – Researching your house.
Location:  Nebraska Methodist College, 87th & Burt, 3rd floor.

Saturday, February 21, 2015 – Free Class #2  9:15 to Noon –           Location:  Mormon Trail Center,  3215 State Street, In the downstairs classroom. Program:  Vital Records for the vital events of their lives:  Vital Records are some of the best and most essential records for a well documented family history.  Substitutes for Vital Records:  Where to go when Vital records aren’t available.

Friday, March 6, 2015  GO-PAF meeting 7 pm LDS Family History Center 11027 Martha Street, Omaha Program to be announced.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015  GOGS Meeting 7pm.                          Program:  Tambra Byrne – Travelogue to Ireland
Location:  Nebraska Methodist College, 87th & Burt, 3rd floor.

Saturday, March 21, 2015 – Free Class #3  9:15 to Noon –            Location:  Mormon Trail Center,  3215 State Street, In the downstairs classroom. Program:  Making sense of the Census:  Federal and state censuses can fill in the gaps when vital records don’t exist, and show how your ancestors moved from place to place.  Also, a few looks at international censuses.

Friday, April 3, 2015  GO-PAF meeting 7 pm LDS Family History Center 11027 Martha Street, Omaha Program to be announced.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015  GOGS Meeting 7pm.                               Program:
Location:  Nebraska Methodist College, 87th & Burt, 3rd floor.

April Workshop – Friday April 10 will be the Seminar  Saturday April 11 will be the workshop.  Flyers will be available the first part of February.

Saturday, April 18, 2015 – Free Class #4  9:15 to Noon –           Location:  Mormon Trail Center,  3215 State Street, In the downstairs classroom.    Program:  Family Search and Family Tree:  Becoming the world’s go-to place for family history.  Learn how to use the vast materials of the LDS Family History Library.  Uncle Sam wants you:  Finding and using U.S. military records, with clues to such other things as land acquisitions.

 Friday, May 1, 2015  GO-PAF meeting 7 pm LDS Family History Center 11027 Martha Street, Omaha Program to be announced.

Saturday, May 16, 2015 – Free Class #5  9:15 to Noon –                 Location:  Mormon Trail Center,  3215 State Street, In the downstairs classroom. Program:  Web sites:  Just a few of our favorites before you start googling your ancestors.  What’s Black & White and Read all over?  Finding and using historic newspapers.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015  GOGS Meeting 7pm.                                Program:  Dave Wells – How the Spanish American War lead to WW II.
Location:  Nebraska Methodist College, 87th & Burt, 3rd floor.

Friday, June 5, 2015  GO-PAF meeting 7 pm LDS Family History Center 11027 Martha Street, Omaha Program to be announced.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015   GOGS Meeting 7pm.                              Program:
Location:  Nebraska Methodist College, 87th & Burt, 3rd floor.

Saturday, June 20, 2015 – Free Class #6  9:15 to Noon –                Location:  Mormon Trail Center,  3215 State Street, In the downstairs classroom. Program:  What’s in the court house besides vital records?  You might be surprised.  Breaking down brick walls:  When all else has failed, some strategies for going over, around, or through that brick wall.

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