AARP’S LIFE@50+EVENT: ATLANTA, GA (October 3rd-5th): Several members of the Ancestry.com team are headed to Atlanta where we will be sharing tips and tricks to build your family tree as well as printing out records for various AARP members to take back home with them. The three day event schedule can be found here, and you can register on-site at the Georgia World Congress Center beginning at 12 p.m., Oct. 2nd.
THE GENEALOGICAL EVENT: NEW YORK, NY (November 2nd): The 2013 event will present both a day and evening segment complete with exhibitor booths, sessions, workshops, + many feature events! Be prepared for a day – and – evening of great learning and fun. Genealogy enthusiasm will be abound! Tickets start at $21.50 and are available for purchase here.
ANCESTRY DAY: SAN FRANCISCO, CA (November 9th): Ancestry.com and California Genealogical Society (CGS) are offering a full day of classes designed to help with your family history research. Spend the day with genealogy experts, getting research guidance and learning some tips about discovering the world of your ancestors. Some of the topics that will be covered are: Tips & Tricks on Ancestry.com, Searching Military Records and a Q&A panel with Ancestry.com and CGS. The full class schedule can be found here, please note it is subject to change.
There are Early Bird tickets available for $38.00, be sure to buy them before October 9th.
We hope you can join us at one of more of these events, and stay tuned – we are planning a lot of fun activities for 2014 that we will be announcing soon!
About Kristie Wells
Kristie is Ancestry's Head of Global Social Media and Customer Engagement and is responsible for developing and managing the company's social media and social business offerings worldwide. She works with a team of community managers, genealogists and social content developers to help educate Ancestry's existing customers, inspire new family historians and expand awareness into new social audiences and communities. She has a deep love of family history and is currently trying to break through the brick wall of her Christophier line (that we all know is really the 'Christopher' surname) and to one day prove - or disprove - the baron line of the Wells family. It shall be done.