Choose from free online events in the next five days. All times are ET except as noted. Those in red are Canadian, bolded if local to Ottawa or recommended
Assume registration in advance is required; check so you’re not disappointed.
Tuesday 1 Mar. 2 pm: Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, from Ottawa Branch of OGS and The Ottawa Public Library.
Tuesday 1 Mar. 2:30 pm: Fireside Chat: Researching Your Female Ancestors by Librarians of the Allen Country Public Library Genealogy Center. https://acpl.libnet.info/event/6235152
Tuesday 1 Mar. 8 pm: Exploring the new 1921 UK Census, by Paul Milner for Legacy Family Tree Webinars. https://familytreewebinars.com/webinar/exploring-the-new-1921-uk-census/
Wednesday 2 Mar. 2 pm: Using WikiTree’s DNA Features in Your Family History Research by Mags Gaulden for Legacy Family Tree Webinars. https://familytreewebinars.com/webinar/using-wikitrees-dna-features-in-your-family-history-research/
Wednesday 2 Mar. 7:30 pm: Early Military History in Canada and Huron Involvement, by Glenn Wright for Huron Branch OGS.
Thursday 3 Mar. 8 am: Life in a Revolutionary Decade in Britain (1649-1660), by Anna Keay for Gresham College.
Thursday 3 Mar. 6:30 pm: Working with Autosomal DNA Matches for Beginners, by Sara Allen for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
Thursday 3 Mar. 7 pm: An Irish War Widow in Upper Canada, by Janice Nickerson for the Ontario Genealogical Society.
Saturday 5 Mar. 10 am: Brick Street Cemetery (1816-2022): Rediscovering the Past using Traditional and Modern Techniques, by David Long for London -Middlesex Branch OGS.
Saturday 5 Mar. 2 pm: The History of Collingwood, by Carole Stuart for Simcoe Branch OGS.