|Posted By:||anna HOUSTON PRICE|
|Subject:||Join us for upcoming events in Austin TX - Classes, research trip|
|Post Date:||February 29, 2004 at 23:34:43|
|Forum:||Travis County, TX Genealogy Forum|
Austin Genealogy Society (Texas) announces upcoming spring 2004 events! Please join us for Genealogy with Computer classes and a research trip to the Dallas Public Library genealogy collection.
Anna HOUSTON PRICE
AGS Bus Trip Chair, Education Coordinator
AGS Monthly Meetings: Free and everyone welcome - Fourth Tuesday of each month (except August, December) at 7:00 PM at Highland Park Baptist Church, 5206 Balcones Drive, Austin TX. Come early and visit with fellow researchers before the speaker's program. 2004 FGS co-host - see you in Austin in September 2004!
ALL ABOARD THE BUS FOR DALLAS!
JOIN US FOR THIS RESEARCH TRIP TO A MAJOR GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY, SOCIAL TIME WITH FELLOW RESEARCHERS, RESEARCH ADVICE FROM DPL LIBRARIANS! ALL RESEARCHERS WELCOME, SEATING IS LIMITED TO FIRST 53 PAID REGISTRATIONS.
Destination: Dallas Public Library - Downtown Location - 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX, USA
Date: Monday, 26 April 2004
Depart Austin 7 AM CST. promptly - beginning boarding bus 6:30 AM
From LDS North location Church parking lot - 1000 Rutherford Lane, Austin TX, USA
Arrive Dallas Approximately 10 AM CDT
Depart Dallas 6 PM CDT
Arrive Austin Approximately 9 PM CDT
Cost $36 - includes bus transportation, lite breakfast, box supper
Signup deadline Tuesday, 6 April 2004
Refund Deadline Monday, 12 April 2004
To register, mail your registration fee to AGS Spring 2004 Bus trip, % Kay Boyd, 1405 South Meadows Austin, TX 78758
Visit the DPL website: http://www.dallasgenealogy.org/wishlist/lloydslist.htmv
Anna HOUSTON PRICE
AGS Bus Trip Chair
Join AGS in Austin in September 2004 for the FGS conference co-hosted by AGS
Genealogy with Computers classes
Location: Senior Net - AGE Bldg, Suite 116, Corner of 36th and Cedar Streets, AustinTime 9:00 AM - 12 Noon CST
Introduction to Internet Genealogy - Saturday, April 24, 2004
Hands-on computer use, Genealogy sites - what to expect, Search engines, Research techniques, Locating living persons, Exchanging information online, Using free & paid genealogy sites, Tips, tricks, precautions
Taught by AGS president, Charles Locklin.
Family Tree Maker - Saturday, May 1, 2004
Introduction to Family Tree Maker Genealogy Software: Hands-on computer use, Getting Started - create a Family Tree file and enter family data, What is a GEDCOM and why use, Import & export data from a GEDCOM file to share your research· How to cite sources in FTM, How to set preferences, How to merge duplicate data, How to prepare, print, view & share reports, pedigree charts, family group sheets, etc, Tips, tricks, precautions
Instructor: AGS member & Education Committee chair Harold Hudnall.
Advance registration required. Minimum class size 8. Maximum class size 12. Minimum class registration must be met or class will be cancelled and refunds issued.
To register, Mail your class fee (payable to AGS) to: AGS Genealogy Classes, % Kay Boyd, 1405 South Meadows, Austin, TX 78758
Class fee schedule per class: AGS member - $20, Non-member - $25