Stillagaumish Valley Genealogical Society

2017 Northwest Genealogy Conference

 
2017 Northwest Genealogy Conference
August 16 – 19, 2017
18821 Crown Ridge Blvd.
Arlington WA
 
Featuring
 
Diahan Southard Kenyatta Berry Daniel Earl
Thursday August 17:
Diahan Southard
Saturday August 19th:
Kenyatta Berry
Photographer: Roberto Valladares
Friday August 18:
Daniel Earl
 
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Free Beginning Genealogy Class
From 1:00pm to 4:30pm
 
Featuring:
 

Peggy Lauritzen
Genealogy 101: A Course in Beginning Genealogy
Genealogy is an adventure in researching your family’s history. This session will aid the beginner in starting the process and enjoying the journey.
 
  1. Identify what you already know.
    This will include home sources, oral interviews of older relatives, obituaries, appropriate charts and forms
  2. Filling in the blanks.
    Pedigree analysis will aid us in deciding where we need to go next.
  3. Learning how to obtain and read a record.
    After learning of the many ways to search for and obtain a record, we will analyze the information it may contain.
  4. Organizing what you have gathered.
    Organizing and preserving our data is essential. An overview of computer programs specifically for genealogy will be demonstrated, different filing systems, sharing information with online databases, and leaving a legacy for future generations will be included.
 
 
For further information about each speaker go to the Speaker page
 
The Northwest Genealogy Conference will be held at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington WA
18821 Crown Ridge Blvd.
Arlington, WA 98223
 
Driving Directions from I-5:
Take Exit 206 off Interstate 5.
Go east on 172nd Street NE, travel 3.4 miles to State Route 9.
Enter round-about onto State Route 9, staying left to go north .9 miles.
At the traffic signal turn right (east) on Crown Ridge Blvd,.
Cross the covered bridge, .1 mile to the Arlington High School and Byrnes Performing Arts Center. 
Use the first Entrance.
 
Snohomish County Open
 

Made possible with assistance from the City of Arlington and Snohomish County Hotel-Motel Tax Fund