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. Until further notice, meetings will be conducted as videos, webinars, or YouTube links for education and enjoyment, along with quasi-regular Zoom meetings as we continue with the quarantine. The meeting time is 7:00 pm on the first Monday of the months and require pre-registration. Members and regularly invited guests will be sent emails with the registration instructions.
After we resume “normal life,” Come and join us at the Corona Public Library, Community Room (650 S. Main St., at 6th)!
Traditionally, we have gathered in person at 6:00pm for networking and to set up the room. The business portion of the meeting begins at 6:30 and, after a short recess, the program begins between 7:00 and 7:15. We adjourn between 8:15 and 8:30pm. We look forward to resuming this schedule, hopefully, sometime in 2021. ———————–
24 March – 24 April – Thomas MacEntee, “Playing Nice in the Genealogy Sandbox” – webinar (with promotion for Legacy Family Tree webinars, that partly sponsors this presentation); 1 hour, 44 min. (Recorded in 2017). (members only; more information on the Members Only page)
5 April – ONLINE Zoom General meeting – come to listen to the information on latest genealogy progress, particularly about our society, meet the officers for 2021-23, check out the report on our year’s events and other news. Registration will be required;
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Apr 5, 2021 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Click here to register in advance for this meeting
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This event is for members & guests.
24 April – 24 May – Christine Cohen, “Online Cemeteries”
24 May – 24 June – Thomas MacEntee, “DNA & Privacy” – webinar (with promotion for Legacy Family Tree webinars, that partly sponsors this presentation); 1 hour, 16 min. (Recorded in 2018)
24 June – 24 July – Pam Vestal, “Voting Records: Genealogy’s Best Kept Secrets”
24 July – 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)
24 Aug – 24 Sept – Vincenzo Alfano (from Italy), “Heraldry” (working title)
24 Sept – 24 Oct – 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)
24 Oct – 24 Nov – Laurie Castillo – “Family History While you Sleep: Increase Research Success through Multitasking Effectively”
24 Nov – 24 Dec – Dr. Penny Walters – “Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy”
24 Dec – 24 Jan 2022 (tent) – Tamara Hallo – “Military Records: Finding our Nation’s Heroes”
Future programs, times TBD
Renate Yarborough Sanders: “The Case for DNA: Why Should I Test?”
Ron Gilmore: “Hands on Ireland”
* Schedule subject to change without notice