Our meetings are open and free to the membership with select programs being open, also, to the general public . . . and we have some exciting programs scheduled for the upcoming months. The library has invited us to resume our normal meeting schedule but with possible room changes (see home page for the specifics about this). Unfortunately, these general meetings will not be conducted as “hybrid” gatherings due to some technical issues. We hope to resolve that in the future. In the meantime, in-person meetings begin officially at 6:15 for business; program begins approximately 6:30 pm. Between 6:00 and 6:15 we have a chance to visit and network while video equipment is being set-up. We must end the meeting by 7:45pm. (Note: these hours are adjusted from our earlier schedule due to the library closing time.)
You are welcome to come and join us at the Corona Public Library, Community Room off the foyer (650 S. Main St., at 6th)! Please note: in the event that the health situation changes and quarantining is resumed, the revised plans will appear here as soon as possible. We will adhere to the protocol and regulations set by the library and the community (city, county, state, country).
13 September – Presentation and discussion by society board member, PAM COLEMAN, on the 1890 Federal Census, based on a recent article in The Family Tree Magazine. Bring questions (on that or other concerns). Additional discussions will involve ideas or experiences folks have had during the lock-down, Q/A session on ?? (according to interests of attendees). Come and share ideas, discuss desires for upcoming programs, etc.
4 October – TBD
1 November – Ron Gilmore, “Murder and Consequences: A Family Story”
6 December – Annual Potluck and Show & Tell
VIDEO OFFERINGS will be suspended after 24 August (the one posted is for members only; more information on the Members Only page), since we have begun in-person meetings again:
until 24 Aug – Thomas MacEntee, “15 Habits of Highly Frugal Genealogists” – webinar (with promotion for Legacy Family Tree webinars, that partly sponsors this presentation); 40 min. (Recorded in 2019)
Others, if they can be arranged appropriately and as most appropriate:
Thomas MacEntee, “Using Someone Else’s Research” – webinar (with promotion for Legacy Family Tree webinars, that partly sponsors this presentation); 1 hour, 17 min. (Recorded in 2018)
Laurie Castillo – “Family History While you Sleep: Increase Research Success through Multitasking Effectively”
Dr. Penny Walters – “Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy”
Tamara Hallo – “Military Records: Finding our Nation’s Heroes”
Renate Yarborough Sanders: “The Case for DNA: Why Should I Test?”
* Schedule subject to change without notice
To get more information, contact us at CoronaGeneaSoc@gmail.com