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Roots Tech Connect
Thursday, February 25 through Saturday, February 27
Roots Tech Connect  (Seminars & Workshops)
Location: your computer or phone!
For the first time ever, the world’s largest family celebration event will be entirely virtual and completely free. Get ready to celebrate shared connections with people from around the world. Connect with friends, your family, your past, and your heritage and homelands—all from the comfort of your home and in your browser.  Roots Tech Connect



Williamson County Genealogical Society
Saturday, March 20
Williamson County Genealogical Society  (Seminars & Workshops)
8:45 am to 3:30 pm
Online via Zoom

Annual Seminar: Registration opens in January – Details available at the society’s website .

Presentations by Lisa Louise Cooke:
The Genealogist’s Google Search Methodology for 2020 

Get the Scoop on your Ancestors with Newspapers

Tap into Your Inner Private Eye: 9 Strategies for Finding Your Living Relatives

How to Reopen and Work a Genealogical Cold Cases




Family History Fair / Discovering Your Roots and Branches
Saturday, April 3
Family History Fair / Discovering Your Roots and Branches  (Seminars & Workshops)
Location: to be announced
ETGS and the Tyler Stake of the LDS organize an annual day of workshops designed for the beginning and experienced family historians.  Various speakers cover many topics of genealogical interest.
Note:  This is a tentative date, depending on many factors as our country becomes active again after the pandemic isolation.
Be watching our companion website DiscoveringYourRootsandBranches.com for more information and registration.



Texas Institute of Genealogical Research
Sunday, June 13 through Friday, June 18
Texas Institute of Genealogical Research  (Seminars & Workshops)
Online

The Texas State Genealogical Society’s institute, TIGR, promotes learning in an instructional classroom atmosphere, taking each attendee’s skills to another level. Course coordinators and instructors lead students for five days through a progression of topics on the same subject. This format provides a hands-on learning experience during the week along with great discussions with your instructors and classmates.

This year, TIGR offers four courses that create a unique learning experience for those researching ancestors in the Southwest. In addition, TIGR’s inclusion of a unique course on Texas research addresses a critical need for genealogists researching complex Texas and early Republic of Texas records. More info.




Annual Genealogy Lock-In
Friday, October 15
Annual Genealogy Lock-In  (Seminars & Workshops)
10:00 am to 8:30 pm
Location: to be announced
Save the 2021 date!
Audio and computer presentations from nationally known genealogists and our own Texas experts are simulcast all across Texas and several other states in conjunction with the Genealogy Network of Texas and the Waco Library.  Check back for the local sites where this will be held.
 
See the attached detailed list of all the programs planned for you.