Thursday, August 2, 2012
Ancestry Day In Oklahoma Friday and Saturday, Aug. 3rd and 4th, 2012
The following is from an email I received from Ancestry.com some time ago. We have been a little out of sync here in Oklahoma so I am so sorry I did not get this posted sooner. The event for Friday, August 3, 2012 was scheduled as a "Who Do You Think You Are" program and free to the public. However, if you click on any of the links it appears as "sold out". Not sure how a "free" event can be sold out. It appears that you had to register for it and they may have exceeded the limit. The register for the event was closed sometime ago. No surprise. Hopefully I can find someone that is going to attend and let us know how it goes, not a reporter but a blogger.
Ancestry.com is coming to Oklahoma!
The Oklahoma Genealogical Society and Oklahoma Historical Society Research Library
are excited to announce their joint sponsorship of:
Ancestry Day in Oklahoma
Get out of the summer heat and learn about the
premier website from the experts
Lisa Arnold, Sr. Content Strategist, Global Content Team
Crista Cowan, the ‘Barefoot Genealogist’
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Biltmore Hotel (plenty of free parking)
401 S. Meridian
Oklahoma City, OK
9:00am–4:00pm (doors open 8:30am)
Getting the Most from Your Ancestry.com Subscription
Ancestry.com Online Trees: Navigating the Waters
Panel of experts answer your questions about Ancestry.com and Oklahoma research
Special Luncheon Speaker
Please join us for an exciting day. Limited seating—register now.
Friday (Free) Event at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City
“Who Do You Think You Are?” for Beginners
Friday Speakers from the Oklahoma Genealogical Society and the Oklahoma Historical Society
$35 pre-registration ($40 at the door)
Additional $20 for Saturday luncheon speaker—buffet lunch
You are welcome to bring your own lunch or find lunch on your own.
To post your question for the experts, and to register online, go to okgensoc.org.
More information about both events available on the society website.
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Have a great day.
Oklahoma Historical Society