Our May 22nd meeting will begin at 6:30pm.
We had a little confusion this month over the date of the meeting and miscalculated that this past Tuesday was the second week when it was actually the third, so we’re having our meeting on the fourth Tuesday this month.
We will be meeting on May 22nd in classroom B on the main floor of the Family History Library.
Our speaker will be Brian Schellenberg and his topic is “Eretz Ashkenaz: A History of Germany and It’s Jewish Population”.
See you there.
Sorry for the extremely late notice, but life happens.
We have a UJGS meeting on Tuesday, April 17th at 6:30pm in classroom B on the main floor of the Family History Library (same place as the last two meetings).
April 25th is DNA Day, so it’s appropriate that out speaker, Nathan Machula, will be presenting “Genetic Genealogy 101″.
Come learn about using DNA for genealogy research, then stick around for questions and additional conversation about our own results.
See you there!
Our next meeting with be on March 20th at 6:30pm in Classroom B on the main floor of the Family History Library.
Our speaker will be Lindsay Levine, a research manager at AncestryProGenealogists and the topic will be Tips and Tricks for Immigration Research: Passenger Lists, Naturalization Records, and Identifying Towns of Origin in Europe.
Come join us for the presentation and, and always, feel free to bring your research questions with you. We will be happy to try to help with your family history research.
Just a reminder that our first meeting of 2018 will be next Tuesday night, February 27th, at 6:30pm. Daniel Horowitz will be presenting on how to Prepare for a Cemetery Trip (Search, Photo, and Index).
We will be meeting in Classroom B on the Main Floor of the Family History Library. This is a new location for us. This room is located along the back wall in the center. It’s one of the new rooms, not where we used to meet on that floor.
Everyone is invited to attend. You need not be a member of UJGS, but you’re welcome to join. This meeting takes place the day before RootsTech and we hope some folks who are here for the conference will be joining us. We also hope that some of our members will be attending. The Expo Hall is open to the public, so feel free to visit there. Some of your UJGS members will be volunteering at the IAJGS booth. Come by and say hello or let us know if you’d like to volunteer as well.
And again, dues is due at this meeting. You can use our online store on Square or pay in person by cash, check, or credit card. It’s $10 for individuals or $15 for couples.
Welcome to a new year, genealogists.
Utah JGS will be starting off the year with a presentation by Daniel Horowitz, the Genealogy Expert at MyHeritage, teaching us how to Prepare for a Cemetery Trip (Search, Photo, and Index).
Our meeting will be on February 27th, a week later than usual, to take place the day before RootsTech. We will meet at 6:30pm at the Family History Library. (The room assignment isn’t set you; we’ll let you know.)
Don’t forget that a new year means that dues is due. You can pay in person at the meeting by cash, check, or credit card, or online with credit card via Square. Visit our online store or log in to the members only section of our web site for a link.
See you soon.
Hello genealogists. It’s time for the last meeting of the year for UJGS.
We’ll be having our elections at this meeting. Would you like to help your society more? Do you have ideas? We’d love to hear them and we’d love for you to volunteer as an officer or a board member. Or come and vote for who you’d like to lead.
We will be meeting at the Family History Library at 6:30pm in the B2 classroom on Tuesday. Come join us to decide our future as a society and talk about, or get help with, your genealogy.
Happy Rosh Hashanah!
Our next meeting is Tuesday, September 19th, at 6:30pm in the B2 classroom of the Family History Library.
To finish off the Jewish year, we are going to watch a documentary about the Jews of Clarion, Utah. Come learn about this interesting community, folks who came out to Utah to be farmers just over a century ago. Some of their descendents still live in Utah and in the Salt Lake City area.
See you there!
The next Utah JGS meeting will be on August 22nd at 6:30pm at the Family History Library in the classroom on B2.
Our presenter will be Joshua Perlman, a genealogist at Ancestry ProGenealogists. He will be talking to us about Tips for Using Ancestry.
Ancestry is available for free at the Family History Library, so all of our members have easy access to those databases. Come learn more about how better to use that site for your research.
Sorry for the late reminder, but we have a UJGS meeting coming up this Tuesday, May 16th, at 6:30pm, in the B2 classroom at the Family History Library.
Since last month’s viewing of the keynote from the IAJGS conference in Seattle was a hit, we will be watching another session from the conference. The session has not yet been chosen yet, so you’ll have to show up to find out which one. Maybe we’ll let our attendees choose.
See you soon.