SAVe the dates – FUTURE events
On Sunday, March 19, we will host local author and cellist Janet Horvath, who will speak about her new book, The Cello Still Sings—A Generational Story of the Holocaust and of the Transformational Power of Music. Horvath weaves the historical context of Hungary into her own life as a professional musician and child of Holocaust survivors. Among her discoveries: her father, also a cellist, played in an orchestra of concentration camp survivors led by Leonard Bernstein.
otheR ONLINE Events
During this time of social distancing many of our traditional gatherings have moved to webinars. This may enable us to explore offerings of other organizations as our community has widened beyond our geographic area. Check below for upcoming events from other genealogical organizations.
center for jewish history
WHAT: Tune into the Center for Jewish History's Facebook page for Genealogy Coffee Break, a short talk on a specific topic with one of their genealogy librarians. Discover recommended resources and strategies for online research, and have your questions answered live. If you have a topic you'd like them to cover, write to them at email@example.com. Catch up on the entire series here.
WHEN: Ongoing every Tuesday at 3:30 pm EST
RootsTech Connect: A Free Online Conference Experience
The 2022 conference is over, but the videos will remain up for a year. Register and make sure you have an account set up with Familysearch to access them. Familysearch accounts are free of charge. Go to the IAJGS booth where you will find some short videos, several excerpts from MNJGS talks that you may find of interest.
For more information and to register click here