It may be cold, windy and wet this November week-end, however, there are lots of genealogy events happening to keep you warm.
Here are your Genealogy Canada Updates and Events for November 13-15, 2015.
UpdatesThis just in! New database at Library and Archives Canada "Ukrainian Immigrants, 1891-1930"
FridayKent Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society monthly meeting at 7:00 pm featuring guest speaker Debra Honor presenting "Where There's a Will."
SaturdayUxbridge Historical Centre and Museum, 10:00 am featuring Christine Woodcock presenting two topic about Scottish research. Pre-registration is required.
Sir Guy Carleton Branch, UELAC meeting at Best Western Hotel, Carleton Ave., Ottawa, Ontario.
Grand River Branch, UELAC lunch at 12:30 pm and meeting at 2:00 pm at Best Western Brant Park Inn, Brantford, Ontario.
Vancouver Branch, UELAC regular meeting at 1:30 pm at Bonsor Recreation Complex, Burnaby, BC.
Victoria Branch, UELAC regular meeting at 12 noon at Howard Johnson Hotel, Elk Lake Drive, Victoria, BC
British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa monthly meeting and educational talks beginning at 9:00 am.
Quebec Family History Society seminar at 10:30 am at Briarwood Presbyterian Church Hall, Beaconsfield with Lesley Anderson of Ancestry.ca. Lesley will be presenting Researching Irish Ancestry.
The Alberta Genealogical Society is hosting their Irish Special Interest Group (SIG) Workshop at 10:00 am at the AGS Library.
Capital Branch of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Inc. meeting and tour at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick beginning at 9:30 am.
SundayWellington County (Ontario) Genealogy Workshop Series at 1:30 pm featuring Glenn Wright presenting two topics:
"For King and Country: Canadians in the Great War, 1914-1918."
"Canada at War, 1939-1945: Documenting Your Second World War Ancestor."
Be sure to check the details of each event with the individual societies.
Want your event included? Know of an update related to Canadian genealogy? Send to kathryn[@]lookingancestors[dot]com
Copyright by Kathryn Lake Hogan, 2015.