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Wednesday, December 2
Genealogy Association of Colleyville: Show and Share Luncheon  (Other Society/Organization)
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Colleyville Senior Center, 2512 Glade Road, Colleyville, TX 76034-4574
For more information regarding when meetings will resume, please call 817-503-1180.

Sharing Your Family History with Your Children and Grandchildren
Thursday, December 3
Sharing Your Family History with Your Children and Grandchildren  (MCGS Monthly Meeting)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
NOTE: This will be a virtual meeting using the GoToWebinar software.  Instructions on how to connect using your home computer/tablet/smartphone have been sent to all members. 
Presenter: Sunny Morton
Sunny Morton is a popular lecturer for the global genealogy community. She's a Contributing Editor at Family Tree Magazine and the author of hundreds of articles and blog posts, as well as the brand new book How to Find Your Family History in U.S. Church Records, co-authored with Harold Henderson; Story of My Life: A Workbook for Preserving Your Legacy, and the quick reference guide, "Genealogy Giants: Comparing the 4 Major Websites," She is an official FamilySearch blogger and past Contributing Editor at Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems Podcast.

Saturday, December 5
Dallas Genealogical Society: Masonic Records  (Other Society/Organization)
11:00 am to 12:30 pm
This meeting will be streamed live over the Internet.
Presenter: Richard Schlaudroff, Librarian, Archivist and Historian at the Scottish Rite Library & Museum
Richard Schlaudroff is a native Dallasite.  He received a bachelor degree in philosophy and religion from Austin College in Sherman, Texas, and holds graduate degrees in theological studies, medieval history, philosophy, and library science from Harvard, Columbia, Fordham, and Texas Woman’s Universities, respectively.  He has earned advanced graduate certificates in library science and archival administration from The University of North Texas and The University of Texas at Arlington, and has done addition graduate work in American and Texas history at The University of North Texas.  He has worked in higher education for more than thirty years.
The conference bridge will be up at 10:00 to give everybody time to log in, get our technology working and catch up on what is happening. Our business meeting will begin promptly at 11:00 and will be followed by our educational presentation. Connection Instructions.

Monday, December 14
Grapevine Namedroppers: Show and Tell  (Other Society/Organization)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Grapevine Public Library, 1201 Municipal Way, Grapevine, TX 76051

Southern States Migration Patterns
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Southern States Migration Patterns  (MCGS Monthly Meeting)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
NOTE: This will be a virtual meeting.  Instructions on how to connect using your home computer/tablet/smartphone will be sent to all members.
Presenter: Mary E V Hill, MLS, AG®
Why did people migrate from one location to another? What routes did they follow, and how can identifying migration trails help you find your ancestors? Learn from maps and historical details how to follow the trail of your ancestors into and out of the Southern states.
Mary worked as reference librarian at Bringham Young University from 1989-1992, as genealogy instructor at BYU from 1992-1995; and as Family History Library US/Canada Reference consultant from 1995-2006. She served on the Utah Genealogical Association's Board of Directors from 2006-2008 and as an LDS missionary at the Family History Library from 2006-2008.

Colonial America Genealogy
Thursday, February 4, 2021
Colonial America Genealogy  (MCGS Monthly Meeting)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Meeting location to be announced.
Presenter: Beth Foulk, Genealogy Decoded
Beth Foulk has turned a lifetime genealogy passion into an opportunity to share what she’s learned with genealogists across the country.  She has documented her Civil War, War of 1812, and Revolutionary War ancestors, mapped the migration of her Kansas and Missouri pioneers, and researched the arrival of her many Massachusetts Colonial settlers.  Each ancestor and each story quickly become a “teaching moment” for her classes.
“The only thing more fun than a genealogy find, is sharing what I’ve learned to help other genealogists.”
Beth has been “spreading the genealogy gospel” since 2008 when she first taught as a volunteer at the Midwest Genealogy Center in Independence, Missouri.

RootsTech Connect 2021
Thursday, February 25, 2021 through Saturday, February 27, 2021
RootsTech Connect 2021  (Special Event)
Online Event
The RootsTech 2021 conference previously planned for Feb. 3-6, 2021, in Salt Lake City, Utah, will now be held Feb. 25-27, 2021, and called “RootsTech Connect 2021.” RootsTech is the world’s largest genealogy and technology conference of its kind.
Presenters will teach from several international locations. In addition to classes, the online event will feature keynote speakers and a virtual expo hall. Live chats and question and answer sessions will allow attendees to interact with presents, exhibitors and other attendees.
Both livestream and on-demand content will be offered to accommodate participants’ time zones. Sessions will be available to watch on-demand after the event concludes.
Registration for RootsTech Connect 2021 (completely free!) is now open at

Search Strategies for
Thursday, March 4, 2021
Search Strategies for  (MCGS Monthly Meeting)
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Meeting location to be announced.
Presenter: Lynell Bennett Moss, Plano Family History Center
Lynell has been researching her family and other’s family histories for over 50 years.  She has served in the Plano Family History Center for 30 years, 12 of which as Director; 20 as consultant trainer; and has been the Director of the Great Family Search Conference for 16 years. She is a member of the National Genealogical Society, the Texas State Genealogical Society and the Dallas Genealogical Society.

National Genealogical Society 2021 Family History Conference
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 through Saturday, May 22, 2021
National Genealogical Society 2021 Family History Conference  (Special Event)
10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Richmond, VA
The National Genealogical Society 2021 Family History Conference will be held 19–22 May 2021 in Richmond, Virginia. Over four days you will have an opportunity to attend your choice of lectures each day among the conference’s 175 offerings, luncheons, and a banquet, all with expert and entertaining speakers. Designed for family history researchers at all levels—beginner, intermediate, and advanced.  Registration will open in January.
Information about the Conference’s program—Virginia: Deep Roots of a Nation—and the many genealogical resources in Richmond are now available in this brochure.

Texas Institute of Genealogical Research
Sunday, June 13, 2021 through Friday, June 18, 2021
Texas Institute of Genealogical Research  (Special Event)
This will be a Virtual Institute
Join the Texas State Genealogical Society for the 2021 Texas Institute of Genealogical Research.  Four week-long courses from which to choose:
  • Texas Research Essentials, coordinated by Kelvin Meyers and Colleen Greene
  • Advanced Southern Research Strategies, coordinated by J. Mark Lowe
  • African American Research, coordinated by Ari Wilkins
  • DNA and Family History, coordinated by Patricia Hobbs