I am home from a successful full day of presentations at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre, South Dakota. It’s the home of the state historical society and the state archives. The audience was extra friendly as was the staff.
This next weekend I am off to northeastern Illinois to do a full day seminar. It’s 8 November at the Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center. The Lake County Genealogical Society is the host. Debbie Mieszala, CG and Daniel Hubbard, Ph.D. are also presenting lectures that same day.
My four lectures are:
- Your Anytime Library: Success in the Virtual Stacks
- Research Reports for Ourselves: More than a Research Log
- Midwestern Gems: Back Issues of Genealogical, Historical, and Sociological Journals
- Major Midwestern Archives and Their Records
The lectures and syllabus material is recently updated just for the attendees.
You may register at the door, but as with other day-of-event registrations, lunch and syllabus is not guaranteed for those who did not preregister. Caterers and printers usually need several days advance notice of the total numbers. My advice? Get there plenty early. It’s a nice meeting place. Another reason to attend is that I have been told there are some really nice door prizes, vendors, and a silent auction.
The details are here: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~illcgs/lcigs%20flyer%202014%20final.pdf
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