22 July 2011

A Celebration of Family History Showing in Austin TX, 26 July 2011


The Austin Genealogical Society, in Austin, Texas, invites your to our July meeting on Tuesday evening, July 26.

We’re having a night at the movies! We’ll watch the FamilySearch DVD, “A Celebration of Family History,” a DVD that shows several individuals tying their past and present families together, with emphasis on preserving stories and searching for connections.  The highlight is a moving presentation by David McCullough, author and historian, examining our relationship between ourselves and our ancestors.


The meeting will be held at Highland Park Baptist Church,  5206 Balcones Dr., Austin, Texas, 78731. Refreshments are served at and the program begins at

This is a free event, and our activities are always open to visitors. If you’re in the area, we hope you'll come join us!




Editor’s Note: Here is the original NGS announcement about this DVD.
Editor's Note: Correction 24 July 2011 -- NGS DVD changed to FamilySearch DVD -- though this video was shown at the 2010 NGS Family History Conference, the evening event and the DVD produced were both handled by FamilySearch.




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