Edmonton Branch Meetings
Regular meetings of the Edmonton Branch are held on the 4th Thursday of each month, excluding July, August and December. The monthly meetings of Edmonton Branch will be held at the AGS and Edmonton Branch Library: #162, 14315 – 118 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Located in the Nexus Business Park (on the west side just east of the railway tracks). Meeting Time: 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings
Edmonton Branch hosts and encourages the formation of Special Interest Groups. These groups meet to focus on their specific area of genealogical interest. Click here for more information.
Tracing Your Family Tree (TYFT) Workshops 2019-2020
What’s Your Family Story? A series of seven workshops where instructors will point out the special skills and tools needed to research your family history. They will guide you in your research regardless of what level you are at and show you strategies to find the records you need. Check out all TYFT workshops TYFT Workshops 2019.
The 2nd TYFT workshop “Beginning Genealogy: Getting Started the Right Way” and the 3rd TYFT workshop “Finding your French Family Tree” will be held in February 2020 (10:00 am – 3:00 pm). Stay tuned for specific workshop dates, details and registration!
The Medicine Hat and District Genealogical Society are tentatively planning a trip to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah in MAY 2020, if enough interest is expressed. If you are interested in going, please contact Debra Wickham before November 30th.
Stay tuned for future event details!
The editorial team of the Alberta Genealogical Society Relatively Speaking 2020 publication are seeking your stories and articles that fall into one of these themes: Love Stories, Royalty, Settling the West or Genealogical Research. Stories must be no longer than 2500 words, must include the author’s brief biography, and must be submitted in digital format to firstname.lastname@example.org. PLEASE READ ADDITIONAL DETAILS HERE.
The Edmonton Branch of the Alberta Genealogical Society publishes a newsletter called Clandigger. It provides articles of interest and specific information on all Edmonton Branch events including the details of upcoming SIG meetings, travel and research opportunities, etc.. If you would like to submit an article or announcement please send it to the Editor. These newsletters are distributed by email at the beginning of each month in which they are published. If you are a member and are not receiving Clandigger, please contact the Webmaster.