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Monday, March 25
KCGS Board Meeting  (Board Meeting)
11:00 am
KCGS Library at 413 N. Main Street in Ellensburg
Regular Business meeting called for by KCGS President Ruth.  Planning and review of upcoming Society meetings and events.


Saturday, March 30
2019 Spring Seminar - Olympia Gen. Society  (Other WA Societies Activities)
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Capital Event Center 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA 98512
The Olympia Genealogical Society will sponsor their Spring Seminar on March 30, 2019.  Seminar theme will be "Beyond The Basics: Genetic Genealogy in Practice" presented by Blaine Bettinger "The Genetic Genealogist." 
 
Program topics will be: Using Autosomal DNA for 18th and 19th Century Mysteries, Using Third Party Tools to Analyze Your Autosomal DNA, The Danger of Distant Matches, and Mapping Your Chromosomes Using DNA Painter"
 
Complete details about the seminar can be found by going to the Olympia Genealogical Society's website at www.olygensoc.org.  Please note that March 18, 2019, is the cutoff date for ordering lunch and for "early bird" admission fee.  Also, attendance will be limited so if you plan to attend, register EARLY!
 



Monday, April 1
2019 Genealogical Resolutions  (Society Meetings)
7:00 pm
KCGS Library at 413 N. Main Street (Suite L) in Ellensburg
Erik Bakke presents the program. Erik will make us more knowledgable about how to pursue our 2019 Genealogical Resolutions. 


Saturday, April 6
2019 Spring Seminar - Yakima Valley Gen. Society  (Other WA Societies Activities)
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church 7809 Tieton Drive, Yakima, WA 98908
The Yakima Valley Genealogical Society will sponsor their Spring Seminar on April 6, 2019.  Nationally known Peggy Clemens Lauritzen will be the featured speaker. 
 
Program topics will be: Apprentices, Indentured Servants & Redemptioners: White Servitude in America, Homespun & Calico: Researching the Lives of Our Foremothers, Migration To & Through Virginia, and The Scots-Irish in America.
 
Complete details about the seminar, including a registration form, can be found by going to the Yakima Valley Genealogical Society's website at www.yvgs.net.  Please note that April 2, 2019, is the cutoff date for ordering lunch and for "early bird" registeration fee.  
 


Saturday, April 27
2019 Spring Seminar - Tacoma-Pierce County Gen. Society  (Other WA Societies Activities)
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
La Quinta Inn and Suites 1425 East 27th Street, Tacoma, Washington
The Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society will sponsor their Spring Seminar on Saturday, April 27, 2019.  There is also an opportunity to meet the seminar speaker Michael Lacopo and "Cyndi's List" creator Cyndi Ingle from 6 pm to 8 pm on Friday night, April 26, 2019, prior to the Saturday session.
 
Program topics will be:"More than the Census - Our Families Did Exist Within Those Ten-year Intervals"; "German Genealogy on the Internet: Beyond the Basics"; "Incorporating Social History into Your Research"; and "She Came from Nowhere... A Case Study Approach to a Difficult Genealogical Problem"
 
Complete details about the seminar can be found by going to the Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society's website at www.tpcgs.org.  
 



Using The Public Library As A Genealogy Resource
Monday, May 6
Using The Public Library As A Genealogy Resource  (Society Meetings)
7:00 pm
209 N Ruby Street, Ellensburg
There will be a regular business meeting in the Teanaway Room of the Hal Holmes building. We will take a short break for our refreshments, and then the program will begin. Regina Tipton-Llamas will guide us through the library to find genealogy resources.



Genealogy Resources In The Kittitas County Historical Museum
Monday, June 3
Genealogy Resources In The Kittitas County Historical Museum  (Society Meetings)
7:00 pm
114 E 3rd Ave., Ellensburg
The business meeting takes place at the museum, then comes our refreshments, and then the program. Sadie Thayer will lead us to resources in the Museum that are useful to genealogists.