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 3 May. 2 pm: Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, from Ottawa Branch of OGS and The Ottawa Public Library.
Tuesday 3 May. 2:30 pm: Spotlight on….40 Years and Still a One-Name Society – The story of the Braund One-Name Study, by Janet Few and Chris Braund for the Guild of One-Name Studies.
Tuesday 3 May. 7:30 pm: Scotland From Abroad: The Next Level, by Bob Dawes for Durham Region Branch OGS
Wednesday 4 May, 7 am: Spotlight on ..Oxfordshire DNA and Surname Projects, by Richard H. Merry, Sue Honoré, and Jessica Feinstein for the Guild of One-Name Studies.
Wednesday 4 May. 2 pm: Quickly Organize Your DNA Matches with the Leeds Method, by Dana Leeds for Legacy Family Tree Webinars,
Wednesday 4 May, 7:30 pm: St. Joseph’s – The Cantin Family and the French Settlement, by Marc & Pauline Cantin for Huron County Branch OGS
Thursday 6 May, 6:30 pm: Continuing Use of the Genealogical Proof Standard and DNA as Power Tools in Your Research, by John Beatty for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
Thursday 5 May, 7 pm: Genealogy for Sale: Researching in Auction Houses, by Daniel Horowitz for OGS.
Friday 9 May, 2 pm: McMasters’ Will: The Scheme That Made Us Virtually Free, by Calvin Dark for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
Saturday 7 May, 5-7 am and 9-11 am: Virtual Family History Fair for East Surrey FHS, with participation by various other societies.
Saturday 7 May, 10 am: Using Ancestry DNA Thrulines to Power Your Family History Research, by Lesley Anderson for London and Middlesex Branch OGS
Saturday 7 May, 12:30 pm: FamilySearch: Be a Power User, by Jeannie Vance for Campbell River BC Genealogical Society.
Saturday 7 May, 2 pm: Beginning your Research in Simcoe County, by Nancy Leveque for Simcoe County Branch OGS