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
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Tuesday 12 Apr. 2 pm: Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, from Ottawa Branch of OGS and The Ottawa Public Library.
Tuesday 12 Apr. 2 pm: Recording Memories on the MyHeritage Mobile App, by Daniel Horowitz for Legacy Family Tree Webinars. https://familytreewebinars.com/webinar/recording-memories-on-the-myheritage-mobile-app/
Tuesday 12 Apr. 2:30 pm: 1950 Census: How do I search for my family? by Allison Singleton for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
Tuesday 12 Apr. 7 pm: What I Learned about Genealogy During the Covid Lockdown, by Debra Honor, for Essex Branch OGS. https://essex.ogs.on.ca/meetings/essex-branch-april-presentation/
Wednesday 13 Apr. 7:15 pm: Growing Up Yonge – Part One the 19th Century, by Maggie Mackenzie for York Branch OGS.
Thursday 14 Apr. 6:30: All That Other “Stuff:” Other Census Records
Beyond the Federal Population Schedules, by Curt Witcher for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center. https://acpl.libnet.info/event/6430651
Thursday 14 Apr. 7 pm: British Columbia Genealogical Society, by Eunice Robinson for Lambton Branch OGS. https://lambton.ogs.on.ca/calendar/lambton-county-branch-researching-in-british-columbia/
Friday 15 Apr. 2 pm. Expelled from Nova Scotia: Researching the Acadian Diaspora to the Colonies, by Ann G. Lawthers for Legacy Family Tree Webinars https://familytreewebinars.com/webinar/expelled-from-nova-scotia-researching-the-diaspora-to-the-colonies/
Saturday 16 Apr. 10 am. Writing Family History: Turning research into Shareable Stories, by Lynn Palermo for Kingston Branch OGS. https://kingston.ogs.on.ca/
Saturday 16 Apr. 1 pm. Living in Interesting Times: Two Loyalist Families in York, by Rick Hill for Quinte Branch OGS. https://quinte.ogs.on.ca/2022/03/31/living-in-interesting-times/