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Visiting the Baltic States
Visiting the Baltic States
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit your family’s ancestral town? Rabbi David Locketz will talk about his own experiences during his trip and will share his research to prepare for his trip spanning both Lithuania and Latvia.
Oct 15, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT
Bet Shalom Congregation and on Zoom,
13613 Orchard Rd, Minnetonka, MN 55305, USA

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.


free access to recorded
sessions from 2023 conference 

The 2023 conference is over, but the recorded sessions will remain available on-line. Register and make sure you have an account set up with FamilySearch to access videos here.  Familysearch accounts are free of charge. Go to the IAJGS booth where you will find some short videos including one excerpt from a MNJGS talk that you may find of interest from Mining the Manifest.

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Conference Recordings

The Subscription Service to the presentations from the IAJGS London Conference is now available on sale for $99.00 at! Click on the Register Now button. You can purchase the the full package of 96 presentations, many with handouts, until October 15 at this introductory price, at which time it will go up to $149.00. Presentations will be available for streaming on demand until January 30, 2024. There is an FAQ on the website to answer your questions. Videos are not available on the website; you must use the link you get in the confirming Email to access them.


Paid attendees or speakers in London should have received an Email from the 43rd Annual IAJGS Conference with a free link to the site for the Presentations. LONDON ATTENDEES DO NOT HAVE TO REGISTER!

Note that all recordings were provided by the speakers who are solely responsible for the content.

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 Catch up on the entire series here

WHEN: Ongoing every Tuesday at 3:30 pm EST

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