Just starting to build your family tree? Ready to take your research skills to the next level? Trying to break through some sticky brick walls? Then you won’t want to miss the
2013 Southern California Genealogy Jamboree
Produced by the Southern California Genealogical Society
June 7-9, 2013
Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport, Burbank, California
Sponsored in part by Ancestry.com
Take part in three days of family history classes, exhibitors, and other events designed to help you improve your family history skills.
Register today to attend all three days of Jamboree, which include an array of nearly 100 classes to help every family historian – from those just beginning their search to those who’ve been working on genealogy for years.
Jamboree classes include the following taught by Ancestry.com experts:
Learn more about all of the great Jamboree classes today.
Exhibit Hall – Free all weekend!
Stop by the Ancestry.com booth to get hands-on answers to your Ancestry.com questions. Sit in on demonstrations covering Ancestry.com, AncestryDNA, Family Tree Maker and more.
The exhibit hall also features family history vendors from across the country. The exhibit hall is free and open to the public :
Digitize Your Family Records
Ancestry.com is excited to provide registered Jamboree attendees the opportunity to have their family photos and documents scanned at the conference, for free, on our professional scanning equipment. It’s a unique opportunity to have your family history records digitized!
Will you be bringing items to scan? Please help us plan accordingly – let us know how much and you’ll be bringing (and what types of photos and documents) by clicking here.
Register today to attend the
2013 Southern California Genealogy Jamboree.
We hope to see you in Southern California!
Pre-registration ends May 24, 2013. Walk-ins are welcome.
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