GENEALOGY INTEREST GROUPS!
Genealogy Interest Groups are people who come together with a common interest. There are nationality groups - they share information and research tips and study together to find their ancestors. In addition, there are other groups that focus on a specific topic such as the Writing GIG, that helps you to write your family history. Familytree Maker and Roots Magic GIGs to increase your proficiency with these software products. The DNA GIG is for those interested in finding genetic matches. Methods and Resources examines various sources of informtion. The Hole in the Wall GIG is for helping one another begin to demolish that brick wall in our research.
The groups meet as follows:
Methods & Resources led by Mary Foxworthy meets the third Friday from 2 - 4
Familytree Maker led by Marcia Eyberse meets the fourth Tuesday from 2 - 3
for beginners and 3: 15-4: 15 for advanced.
DNA GIG led by Sheila O'Shell and John McCahan meets the second Friday from 2 - 4
Writing GIG- led by Pete Kerseyl meets the third Wednesday from 1-3.
German GIG, led by Marg Putzke meets the second Thursday from 3-5.
Swedish GIG led by Diane Macgowan meets the third Thursday from 12:30 - 2:30
Polish GIG, (looking for a leader) meets the third Thursday from 3-5.
Italian GIG, led by Celia Milano meets on the fourth Thursday from 2 - 4
Danish GIG, led by Elizabeth Dheher Toomen and Cathy Anderson meets on the second Thursday from 1 - 2:30
French-Canadian GIG, led by Donna Nightingale meets on the third Wednesday 10:30 - Noon
Hole in the Wall GIG, led by Carol Robinson and Susan Barker meets on the third Thursday from 10 - Noon
Roots Magic GIG, led by Diane Macgowan meets on the fourth Saturday from 1 - 3
The DNA GIG meets in the large meeting room on the ground floor; All of the other meetings are held in the History Room on the second floor of the library.
If you are interested in organizing a new Interest Group, click on the IRGS Forms button on the home page and print the New GIG Proposal form.
Chairman, Education Committee
Indian River Genealogical Society