The American-Canadian Genealogical Society is holding an all-day Fall Conference and Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the Executive Court Banquet Facility in Manchester. Activities include presentations by Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, Joe Manning, and myself. The final session of the day will be the society's annual meeting.
If you have French-Canadian ancestry, I suspect you will enjoy this conference. However, not all the presentations involve French-Canadian genealogy research. For instance, I will be speaking on how to "Find Genealogy eBooks for Free and For Pay." That presentation applies equally well to all genealogists, not just to those with French-Canadian ancestors.
A Schedule of Events is available at http://acgs.org/about/activities.html.
All attendees also are invited to a soirée on Friday evening, featuring the popular Franco-American singer, Josée Vachon. You can read more about her work and listen to some music clips on her home page at http://joseevachon.com/.
Tickets for both the Friday evening soirée and the Saturday conference need to be purchased online by Tuesday, September 24th, to make sure the organizers have room for you.
Details are available on the American-Canadian Genealogical Society web site at http://acgs.org/about/activities.html and a brochure that provides a few more details is also available at http://acgs.org/about/FallConference2013.pdf.
Will I see you in Manchester?