23 March 2015
This year’s conference features more than 25 tracks and 150 lectures, as well as social events, luncheons, and the NGS banquet. It is a great opportunity to network with other genealogists and enhance your knowledge. The conference will be held at the
and will run from 13-16 May. For conference information and to register, go to the 2015 NGS Family History Conference. St. Charles Convention Center
Social Events, Luncheons, and the NGS Banquet
Participating organizations sponsor several luncheons at which guest speakers address many fascinating topics such as
· “Have You Tested Your DNA? Is there a Non-Paternity Event in Your Family?”
· “Germans in the American Civil War”
· “Intuition and Genealogy Success: A Sixth Sense, Chance, Coincidence, or Serendipity?”
· “Then and Now: Changes in Methodologies and Sources”
The NGS Banquet is another event not to be missed! Registration for all meals and social events closes on 29 April 2015. Tickets for social events will not be sold on-site. Be sure to sign up as quickly as possible. The StLGS Host Event BBQ is $39; luncheons are $21; and the banquet is $38. Menus are in the registration brochure.
On Tuesday afternoon 12 May 2015, many
Missouri genealogical and historical societies will be available in the from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. to answer questions about local repositories and resources, discuss their group’s activities, and sell their publications. St. Charles Convention Center
There’s still time to sign up for several exciting tours on Tuesday, 12 May 2015, prior to the NGS Family History Conference. For more information, please see St. Charles Area Tours. Registration for the tours closes on 29 April 2015.
Add Items to an Existing Registration
To add meals, tours, and pre-conference events to your current registration, log on to the NGS website, click on My Account, select My Events, and then click to Add Sessions.
We hope to see you in
in May! St. Charles
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