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02 September 2019

September 2019 Events

Happy September!

We have no shortage of exciting events coming up this fall. Here's a quick look at some things happening this month:

September 7: Our 1st Saturday free "Intro to Genealogy" course returns. We've come full circle and are starting this month with "Genealogy Basics"; a great class for beginners or a great refresher course for those who need it. Pam Miller is the instructor.

September 11: Trolley Tour of Cypress Lawn Cemetery. A chance to enjoy the vast, scenic grounds of this beautiful cemetery in Colma from the comfort of an air-conditioned historical trolley. At this writing, we still have a few seats available. Let's fill up the bus!

September 14: Cindy Thomson discusses "Immigrant Sugar Plantation Workers in Hawaii: A Multi-Ethnic Approach to Genealogy," sharing her thoughts on researching immigrants who came to work in Hawaii in the 19th century from many different countries, including Korea, Japan, China, Germany, and Australia.

September 21: If you use Family Tree Maker, you'll want to attend the monthly meeting of the FTM group to discuss the recently released Family Tree Maker 2019. Ron Madson and Karen Halfon will be on hand to take questions and offer tips on FTM.

September 28: Jim Russell leads an advanced course on "Genetic Networks and Cluster Research" for genealogists who use DNA evidence in their research.

Don't forget about our various Special Interest Groups (SIGs), which focus on topics ranging from Eastern European genealogy to Mayflower descendants.

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