Upcoming Ancestry Events: October 2014

Posted by Crista Cowan on October 1, 2014 in Events, Family History Month, Webinars

Here in the U.S., it is officially National Family History Month.  Fall is in full swing.  Crisp air.  Crunchy leaves.  The perfect weather for taphophiles (also known as cemetery enthusiasts).  We hope you’ll join us this month for our FindAGrave Community Day on October 18th. We’ve also got some great webinars, tweetchats, and family history… Read more

FGS 2014 Recap: Highlights from the Alamo City

Posted by Juliana Szucs on September 3, 2014 in Events, Juliana's Corner

Well, the Federation of Genealogical Societies’ (FGS) 2014 conference has ended and by now, the genealogists who descended on San Antonio are hopefully safely back at home. If they’re like me, they are more energized than ever to get back to researching their families. What a whirlwind week! Had lots of fun learning, exchanging ideas… Read more

Mark Your Calendars For Ancestry Events in Nashville, TN

Posted by Jessica Murray on August 11, 2014 in Events

Ancestry is thrilled to be hosting two exciting full-day events in Nashville, Tennessee on September 19 and 20. Ancestry Librarian’s Day Friday, September 19, 2014  9AM-5:30PM Ancestry Librarian’s Day on September 19 kicks off at the Nashville Public Library and is designed for librarians serving the genealogy community. Whether you’re brushing up on existing knowledge of Ancestry products or… Read more

Family History Conferences Offer Unique Learning and Networking Opportunities

Posted by Juliana Szucs on August 6, 2014 in Events, Juliana's Corner

With so much relating to genealogy on the Internet, and most of our correspondence being done via email, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, it is easy to forget how much fun it is to actually go out and meet our fellow family historians face-to-face.  Genealogical conferences offer this unique opportunity, as well as the chance to learn… Read more

Upcoming Ancestry.com Events: August 2014

Posted by Crista Cowan on August 1, 2014 in Events

Summer is heating up!  Think it’s too hot to spend time outside?  Me, too.  So, join us for a month full of webinars and events that you can enjoy from the air conditioned comfort of your home.  And, don’t forget to tune in to Who Do You Think You Are? on TLC every Wednesday night.… Read more

Librarians in Las Vegas: An ALA Wrap-up

Posted by Amy Johnson Crow on July 4, 2014 in Events, In The Community

The American Library Association (ALA) had its annual conference this past weekend in Las Vegas. More than 18,000 librarians from across the United States and several foreign countries gathered for learning, networking, and seeing the latest and greatest from all types of vendors. Here are some of the things that I learned while at the… Read more

Upcoming Ancestry.com Events: July 2014

Posted by Crista Cowan on July 2, 2014 in Events

Summer is in full swing. Family reunions and vacations. Discovering old cemeteries. Getting photos taken for those family Christmas cards. There is a lot going on around here at Ancestry.com, too. We hope you’ll make some time in your schedule to join us for some of our upcoming webinars and events. Webinars: What’s New at… Read more

Upcoming Ancestry.com Events: June 2014

Posted by Crista Cowan on May 31, 2014 in Events

High school and college graduations. Weddings. Family vacations and reunions. June is a busy month for everyone. There is a lot going on around here at Ancestry.com, too. We hope you’ll make some time in your schedule to join us for some of our upcoming webinars and events. Webinars: What’s New at Ancestry.com:  June 2014… Read more

Thanks for Visiting Us at NGS and AARP

Posted by Anna Swayne on May 21, 2014 in Events

We had a great time at the National Genealogical Society (NGS) conference in Richmond, Virginia and AARP Life@50+ in Boston, Massachusetts last week. Thanks everyone for stopping by and saying “Hi.” Some of our favorite things are meeting you, hearing your stories and listening to your feedback. We are grateful for your support and really… Read more

Preservation Week: Pass It On

Posted by Amy Johnson Crow on May 1, 2014 in Events

This week is Preservation Week, sponsored by the American Library Association. ALA began Preservation Week in 2010 to help libraries and other institutions learn more about caring for unique items. It’s one thing if a copy of a best seller falls apart; you can likely get a replacement. But if that photograph of a Civil… Read more