It’s almost time for Utah JGS’s first meeting of the year. We will be meeting on Monday, February 24th at 6:30 pm in the main floor classrooms at the Family History Library.
Our speaker is Daniel Horowitz, the genealogy expert at MyHeritage, and he’ll be telling us about Israeli and European Records Available on MyHeritage.
This meeting takes place the same week as RootsTech. Whether you are planning to attend or not, in past years, the Expo Hall has been free to visit, and probably will be again. You can meet with the vendors and learn about the products and technologies they offer to assist with your genealogy research. We recommend a visit one day.
And because this is our first meeting of the year, it’s time to pay your dues: $10 per person or $15 per couple. You can pay in person (cash, check, or credit card) or by credit card online at Square.
It’s November so that means it’s time for the last meeting of the year for Utah JGS.
We’ll meet on November 18th and, as usual, at 6:30pm at the Family History Library in a main floor classroom.
If you want to have a say in the future of our society, or volunteer for a position, this is your chance because it’s our election meeting.
We don’t have a speaker scheduled so we’ll just be talking about genealogy and our society. If you have ideas to improve our society or get more people involved, bring them. If you have questions about your own genealogy, we’re always happy to try to help.
This is your monthly reminder that it’s time for a Utah JGS meeting. Again, we will be meeting on the third Monday, July 15th, 6:30pm, at the Family History Library in a classroom on the main floor.
We have two possible presentations, depending on if one will be ready in time for the meeting. Both presentations are about available genealogy resources, each from different sources. We’ll try to send out a reminder when we know which one we’re going with.
As always, if you have any research problems you want help with, bring them with you and we’ll try to help.
Just a reminder that the next UJGS meeting is tomorrow evening at 6:30pm at the the JCC (Jewish Community Center) at 2 North Medical Drive. Use their parking lot then go in the main entrance and signs or people will guide you to where we are.
The topic will be An Introduction to Jewish Genealogy.
If you have any friends or family who are interested in genealogy research, bring them along so they can learn.
As always, if anyone has a research problem, bring that along as well and we’ll see what we can do to help you with it.
As usual, it will be on Tuesday night, May 21st, at 6:30pm in one of the main floor classrooms along the back wall of the Family History Library.
This month, we’ll be learning from our own Josh Perlman and Banai Feldstein as they teach us about Jewish Gravestones: What To Look For And How To Understand Them.
Need help with some gravestones? Bring along your pictures. We always have some time after the meeting to help out our members with their genealogy research, and this month would be appropriate to help with gravestones. Or if you have some other brick wall in your research, we’ll be happy to help you try to bust through it. Just bring whatever details you already have and we’ll give it a go.