Jan 04

Calendar Entries for 2011

There is so much for all of us to learn-about life, interacting with others, and obtaining the skills we need to be the best we can be.

There are many learning opportunities for those of us interested in historical and family research, it is difficult to make choices. We need to start planning our calendar at least twelve or eighteen months in advance, particularly when travel out of town or state is involved.

Here are my choices for 2011 including venues where I’ll be honored to participate as a speaker.

1) RootsTech Conference in Salt Lake City with a little time for research at the FHL, 8-13 February.

2) Research trip to the Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville (February)

3) Research trip to Washington, DC (probably in late March or April)

3) NGS Conference Conference in Charleston, South Carolina, 11-14 May

4) IGHR, Samford, 12-17 June

5) FGS Annual Conference, Springfield, Illinois, 7-10 September

6) TOTA Annual Conference & Symposium, North Carolina (dates not yet specified)

7) RIGS Alliance, 3-7 October

Some dynamic seminars are also scheduled by the Georgia Genealogical Society and other local historical and genealogical societies.

Indeed, so much to learn so little time.