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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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
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
Massachusetts Genealogy Club, meets
the 2nd Monday of each month at the Rowley library, 6 -8pm in the
Local History Room. 141 Main Street,
Rowley, Massachusetts 978-948-2850
March 1, Saturday, 5pm, Treasure from the Isles of Shoals:
How New Archaeology is Changing Old History, at the Kittery Point
Yacht Club, Rt. 113, Goat Island, New Castle, New Hampshire. Contact the Little Harbor Yacht Club at
603-436-8223 for more information. Free
to the public.
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
March 3, Monday, 12:30pm Petticoat Patriot: A Woman in the Continental Army, at the First
Baptist Church, 121 Manchester St., Nashua, New Hampshire. Joan Gatturna presents a living history
program about Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a young man and
enlisted in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Contact Anita Chouinard at 603-886-7201 for more
information. Free to the public.
March 10, Monday, 6:30pm, Local
History Series: Houses of Derry, at the Derry Public Library, Derry, New
Hampshire, presented by Karen Blandford Anderson of the Derry Heritage
Commission and Director of the Derry Museum of History. . Contact Sherry Bailey
at 603-432-6140 for more information.
Free to the public.
March 12, Wednesday, 6 -7 pm Six Women of Salem, join historian and
author Marilynne K. Roach for a lecture about her newest book at the New
England Historic Genealogical Society 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston,
Massachusetts. For more information: www.americanancestors.org
March 12, Wednesday, 6pm Jewish Settlement in and out of Mattapan and Race and Ethnicity in
Mattapan, 1860 – 2010 at the Boston Public Library, Commonwealth Salon
presented by Amy Schectman and Dr. Kerri Greenidge. Free to the public.
March 12, Wednesday, 7:30pm Family Stories: How and Why to Remember and Tell Them, at
the Bedford Public Library, 3 Meetinghouse Road, Bedford, New Hampshire. Contact William Earnshaw at 603-472-3866 for
more information. Free to the public.
March 19, Wednesday, 7pm From the Roots Up (Genealogy 101) presented by Lucie LeBlanc
Consentino at the Methuen, Massachusetts Historical Society, Tenney Gate House,
37 Pleasant St, (next to the town hall).
March 24, Monday, 7:30pm Meet Eleanor Roosevelt, at the Riverwoods at Exeter, 7 Riverwoods
Drive, Exeter, New Hampshire. Elena Dodd
presents a living history presentation as First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Contact Jeanne Wild at 603-658-3049 for more
information. Free to the public.
March 26, Wednesday, 7pm, Acadian & French Canadian History and Genealogy presented by
Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, at the Methuen, Massachusetts Historical Society,
Tenney Gate House, 37 Pleasant St, (next to the town hall).
March 26, 6pm Family Research through Oral History for Less Documented Groups at
the Boston Public Library, Commonwealth Salon, presented by genealogist Marian
Pierre-Louis. Free to the public.
March 29, 1pm, Genealogy Blogging Workshop presented by Heather and Vincent Rojo, at Memorial Hall in the Andover Library, 2 North Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Merrimack Valley Chapter. Learn how to start your own genealogy blog. Free to the public. See http://www.massachusettssocietyofgenealogists.org/merrimackvalley.php and for more information email email@example.com
March 29, Saturday, New England Family History Conference, at the Franklin,
Massachusetts LDS church, 91 Jordan Road, sponsored by the Hingham Stake of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
FREE to the public. See the website
for schedule of classes, directions and more information http://www.nefamilyhistory.com/index/main Pre-registration closes March 14, but walk-ins are
welcome although some classes may be full by then. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 339-206-1628 for more information.
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 1, Tuesday, 7:30pm New Hampshire’s Grange Movement: Its Rise, Triumphs and Decline, at
the Exeter Historical Society, 47 Front Street, Exeter, New Hampshire. Contact
Laura Martin Gowing at 603-778-2335 for more information. Free to the public.
April 2, Wednesday, 7pm, If I am Not For Myself, Who Will Be for Me? George Washington’s Runaway Slave, at the
Lee Safety Complex, 20 George Bennett Road, Lee, New Hampshire. Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti portrays Oney
Judge Staines, the slave who ran away to New Hampshire. Contact Phyllis White at 603-659-2883 for
more information. Free to the public.
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