From: Louise St Denis,
National Institute for Genealogical Studies
* Graduation Ceremony
* Upcoming conferences - we need help!
* Ontario Genealogical Conference
* FREE magazine offer from Internet Genealogy
2010 GRADUATION CEREMONY
We will continue to celebrate our 10th anniversary on Friday, the 14th of May as we honour Graduates of the Certificate in Genealogical Studies program. This will take place at 5:45pm, just prior to the Ontario Genealogical Society's opening ceremony at the DoubleTree Hotel.
The National Institute for Genealogical Studies invites you to come celebrate with us, with our students and our graduates and our instructors. Graduates: invite your family to attend - everyone is welcome!
May 14th, 2010 at 5:45pm
Doubletree by Hilton-Toronto Airport
655 Dixon Road
To reserve your complimentary tickets,
please go to the www.genealogystore.com, click on LOGIN (top right hand corner), type your e-mail address and your password, click OK, click on SERVICES & TIPS (on the left under Other Products), click on National Institute for Genealogical Studies, Click on Graduation Ceremony, click on ADD TO CART, click on SHOPPING CART, in Quantity: change the number of tickets you would like, click on UPDATE, click on CHECK-OUT STAND, Click on PAY BY CHEQUE.
There will no charge. This will simply complete the request.
Or if you prefer, call us at 1-800-580-0165 or if local to Toronto 416-861-0165.
Hope to see you on Friday, May 14th...
We need help? If you are attending any of the conferences listed below and have some time to spare, please let us know. We could use a hand at the booth --- even if just a couple of hours, it would help. For every four hours of assistance, receive a complimentary course...
STUDENTS or GRADUATES or SUBSCRIBERS: if you are attending one of these conferences, let us know. If appropriate, we can try setting up a 'get-together'. Send us an e-mail (email@example.com) to let us know...
- National Genealogical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah: 28 April to 1 May
- Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, Ontario: 14-16 May
- Southern California Jamboree, Burbank, California: 11-13 June
- Federation of Genealogical Society, Knoxville, Tennessee: 18-21 August
- Kelowna & District Genealogical Society, Kelowna, British Columbia : 24-26 September
If you would like to look after a booth for the National Institute at a local event, please contact us to discuss the particulars: 1-800-580-0165.
Canada's largest annual gathering of family historians, the Ontario Genealogical Society Conference, focuses in 2010 on "Essentials, Innovations & Delights". Essentials, because we all need to know the basics when we're embarking on a new area of research. Innovations, because every day there are changes in the availability and accessibility of resources. Delights, because we all need the inspiration of seeing how others have successfully solved their problems. OGS Conference 2010 will be the most star-studded yet, with top-ranked speakers from across Canada and the United States. Three full days, May 14-16. More sessions than ever before. Outstanding keynote speakers. A 10,000 sq. ft. marketplace area. Complimentary Wi-Fi access to Ancestry's global resources throughout the venue. And consider adding Thursday, May 13, for a day of pre-conference activities, including a one-day workshop hosted by the Ontario Library Association, ideal for librarians who work with family historians (or for family historians who work with librarians!). For complete program and registration details, visit: www.ogs.on.ca/conference2010.
TRY INTERNET GENEALOGY FOR FREE!
To help the National Institute celebrate its 10th anniversary, the folks at Family Chronicle are offering our subscribers a FREE copy of their popular magazine INTERNET GENEALOGY. Internet Genealogy, published since 2006, is the magazine for people who look to the Internet for the latest in sources and methods for researching their ancestors. Some of the best experts in online genealogy research are regular contributors and they bring new and interesting ideas to each new issue. These include reviews of new and often obscure sites, online databases, censuses, newspapers online, new software, hardware, the latest in search techniques and more. To download a complete FREE issue, visit http://internet-genealogy.com/freeissue.htm, or to check out our subscription specials visit http://internet-genealogy/institute_specials.htm
If you are going to be at the NGS conference in Salt Lake City, visit Ed and Rick at their booth...
Louise St Denis
National Institute for Genealogical Studies