Choose from selected 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. Additional mainly US events are listed at https://conferencekeeper.org/virtual.
TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARY
2 pm: Family Statistics on MyHeritage, by Uri Goren for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
2:30 pm:The Making of a Mosaic: European Migrant Journeys during the Age of Steam: Part 2, by Nicholas Evans for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
7 pm: My 2022 Irish Palatine Trip – never give up the search. by Donna Bjore for OGS Lambton Branch.
WEDNESDAY 15 FEBRUARY
7 pm: Searching for the Missing Pieces, by Janet Iles for OGS Bruce & Grey Branch
7 pm: DNA does not Lie, by Jane Teskey for OGS Essex Branch
7 pm: Members Findings (members share discoveries) for Lakeshore Genealogical Society
8 pm: When a Place is New, by Michelle Patient for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY
1 pm: Virtual Tour of the Trent Valley Archives, by Elwood Jones and Heather A Landry for OGS Peterborough Branch.
6:30 pm: Eastern European DNA, by PJ Elias for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY
9 am: Cleveland Street Scandal, by Mark Dunton for the UK National Archives.
2 pm: Family History on the Canadian Prairies, by Dave Obee for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
6:30 pm: What can we find in the (UK?) 1921 Census, by Penny Walters for OGS Niagara Peninsula Branch.
SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY
10 am: History of Slavery Along the St. Lawrence River, by Jennifer DeBruin for OGS Kingston Branch.
1 pm: GenPins and Research Boards – Using Pinterest for Genealogy, by Cheryl Levy for OGS Quinte Branch.
One Reply to “This week’s online genealogy events”
The event at the National Archives on the Cleveland Street Scandal is on Friday, February 17, not Thursday.