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Saturday, March 9
MGS Education series: Germanic Genealogy for Beginners  (GGS Meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Minnesota Genealogical Center in Mendota Heights, Minnesota
 
Diane Schmidt, GGS President and GGS Library Committee Chair, will present an in-person session at the Minnesota Genealogical Center in Mendota Heights designed for people who are just getting started doing Germanic genealogy. There will be a discussion of the four main things you need to know before getting started and some tools the GGS library has that can help you. This is part of MGS’s Second Saturday program for new genealogists.
 
Registration required for this program.  $30 for MGS and GGS members (and other MGS affiliate members).  See the February MGS Education Newsletter for registration information.
 
 
MGS is located at 1385 Mendota Heights Road, Mendota Heights, MN


Thursday, March 14
Finding living relatives of your emigrant ancestors from Germany today  (Webinars)
1:00 pm to 2:15 pm
Central time online (English)
Andrea Bentschneider will present "Finding living relatives of your emigrant ancestors from Germany today".
 
The time is early, because Andrea lives in Hamburg, Germany. Andrea has been a professional genealogy researcher for 20 years and has been President of the Association of German-speaking Professional Genealogists since 2013. She has spoken at many conferences including the IGGP Partnership conferences. She lived 10 years in New York City.