Local Genealogy Club Meetings
MA – A new genealogy club has
started, every last Monday of the month.
No registration, come to as many meetings as you would like. For info contact Margie Walker, Local History
Librarian, Amesbury Public Library, Amesbury, MA 978-388-8148 or email@example.com
NH Genealogy Club, meets the first
Wednesday of the month at 6pm at the Barrington Public Library, 105 Ramsdell
Lane, Barrington, NH http://barringtongenealogy.weebly.com/ or email Wendy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Genealogy Club, at the Chelmsford, MA
Public Library, first Tuesday night of the month at 7PM in the McCarthy Meeting
Room, contact Judy Sylvia http://www.chelmsfordlibrary.org/programs/programs/genealogy_club.html
Roundtable, at the Derry Public
Library, 64 East Broadway, Derry, NH http://www.derry.lib.nh.us/ every first Tuesday of the Month, at 7pm to
8:15pm in the downstairs meeting room. Contact:
Alan Howard at 603-432-6140 for more information.
Genealogy Club, at the Rogers
Memorial Library, 194 Derry Road, Hudson, NH http://www.rodgerslibrary.org/ every 2nd Friday of the Month, at
1:30 PM contact 603-886-6030 for more information. (on summer hiatus until September)
Genealogy Club, at the Couper Room in
the Littleton, Massachusetts Reuben Hoar Public Library, third Monday of the
month. For more information see the website at http://www.littletonma.org/content/19459/19471/26579/26595/default.aspx
Greater Lowell Genealogy Club, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maglgc/ meets at the Pollard Memorial Library, Lowell, MA
10AM to 1PM once a month.
Meredith NH, Genealogy Club http://www.meredithlibrary.org/genealogy.html
NH Genealogy Club- Gale Library,
Newton, NH, 603-382-4691, 3PM on the third Wednesday of the month.
Hampton, NH Genealogy Club, at the
North Hampton Public Library, 237A Atlantic Avenue, North Hampton NH
February 1, Saturday, 1pm Plymouth
County Genealogists, Inc. Meeting. At the East Bridgewater Public
Library, Lower level meeting room, East Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Frederick Channell will discuss his book “The
Immortal Patriot”- the story of his fifth great grandfather. http://www.plymouthcountygenealogists.org/
February 1, Saturday, 10:30 – 11:30am Mobile Genealogy, Part II, Imaging on the
Go, at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury
Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
Genealogist Alice Kane presents how to use digital cameras and the
Flip-Pal scanner for recording documents.
Free and open to the public. To reserve your space email email@example.com or call 617-266-1226.
February 1, Saturday, 9:30 to 11am, Duxbury Senior Center Genealogy Club,
genealogist Michael Brophy will present a discussion on how to access and use
electronic databases, at the Duxbury Senior Center, 10 Mayflower St., Duxbury,
February 4, Tuesday, 7pm Beginning Again: Tackling a New Research Area, at the Chelmsford, Massachusetts Public Libary, by the Chelmsford Genealogy Club with presenter Christine Sharbrough, librarian and certified genealogist.
February 4, Tuesday, 7:30pm, Winning the War, Shaping the Peace:
Industry, Civil War, and the Birth of Consumerism, at the Exeter Historical
Society, 47 Front Street, Exeter, New Hampshire. Contact Laura Martin Gowing 603-778-2335 for
more information. Free to the
February 5, 12, and 19, at 6 – 8pm, Getting Started in Genealogy, at the
New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston,
Massachusetts. Genealogist Rhonda
McClure will share her knowledge in this three part course. Sessions held on three consecutive
Wednesdays. $30 for all three
sessions. Click here for registration
February 6, Thursday, 12:15pm, Sarah Prince: A Life in Meditations and Letters, at the Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, part of the Midday at the Meeting House talks, free to members, $1 - $6 for others, presented by historian and Wheelock College professor Laurie Crumpacker.
February 8, Saturday, 1:30pm, The Underground Railroad in New England,
at the Derry Public Library, Derry, New Hampshire, presented by Eleanor Strang
in honor of Black History month. Contact Sherry Bailey at 603-432-6140 for more
information. Free to the public.
February 10, Monday, 6:30pm, Local
History Series: The Day that Made Robert Frost, at the Derry Public Library,
Derry, New Hampshire, presented by the Derry Town Historian Rick Holmes.
Contact Sherry Bailey at 603-432-6140 for more information. Free to the public.
February 12, Wednesday, 6:30pm Mary Todd Lincoln: An Unconventional Woman,
at the Kimball Public Library, 5 Academy Avenue, Atkinson, New Hampshire. Watch Sally Mummey interpret Mary Lincoln
during the Civil War years. Contact the
library 603-326-5234 for more information.
Free to the public.
February 13, Thursday, 12:15pm, Abigail Adams: Life, Love and Letters, at the Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, part of the Midday at the Meeting House talks, free to members $1 - $6 for others, presented by living history interpretoer Patricia Bridgman using Abigail's correspondence with her husband, John Adams.
February 18, Tuesday, 7:00pm Civilians of Gettysbury, 1863, at the
Merrimack Public Library, 470 Daniel Webster Hwy, Merrimack, New
Hampshire. Contact Anita Creager at
603-424-5084 for more information. Free
to the public.
February 20, Thursday, 12:15pm, Petticoats at the Revolution, at the Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, part of the Midday at the Meeting House talks, free to members, $1 - $6 for others, presented by Joan Gatturna who portrays Rachel Revere.
February 22, Saturday, 10am, Land Records with Richard Howe, Middlesex Register of Deeds and Blogger, Merrimack Valley chapter of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists meeting at the Nevins Library, 305 Broadway, Methuen, Mass. Free and open to the public. http://massachusettssocietyofgenealogists.org/merrimackvalleynews.php
February 26, Wednesday, 6pm Boston’s Changing Neighborhoods at the
Boston Public Library, Commonwealth Salon, presented by Evan Thornberry, the
cartographic reference librarian for the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the
Boston Public Library and by Jonathan Wyss.
Free to the public.
February 27, Thursday, 12:15pm, "Lett No Country Grants to be Laid Upon our Lands" at the Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, part of the Midday at the Meeting House talks, free to members, $1 - $6 for others, an illustrated lecture by anthropologist and UMass Boston professor Amy Den Ouden who explores what we can learn about indigenous women's daily lives from 18th century land petitions.
March 1, Saturday, 9 am to 3pm, Museum Clean Up Day at Plimoth Plantation,
join the staff raking, painting, set up exhibits and much more. Complimentary lunch and a free pass to
Plimoth Plantation as a thank you for this popular tradition. Registration now open online www.plimoth.org
In the future-
April 1, Thursday, Researcher Forum, at the National Archives facility in Waltham,
Massachusetts, 380 Trapelo Road, Free to the public. Researching original
records has changed in recent years, no longer are you winding the microfilm,
and the resources and strategies have expanded.
Learn about the new and exciting initiatives for researchers, and use
this open forum opportunity to tell the National Archives how researching can
be made better for you.
April 5, Saturday, Maine Genealogical Society Spring Workshop, at the Elks Club, 397
Civic Center Drive, Augusta, Maine, Featuring Maureen Taylor, the Photo
Detective, co-hosted by the Maine Historical Society.
May 31, Saturday, 9am to 4pm. Southern Maine Genealogy Conference, to be held at Keeley’s
Banquet Center, 178 Warren Avenue, Portland, Maine, the keynote speaker will be
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