Genealogical Society of South Brevard County Florida
Genealogical Society of South Brevard
Genealogical Society of
South Brevard
P.O. Box 786
Melbourne, Florida
32902-0786
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Manatee Genealogical Society - SEMINAR
Saturday, January 29
Manatee Genealogical Society - SEMINAR  (Webinars)
10:00 am to 4:15 pm
VIRTUAL - Online ZOOM.com Seminar
29 Jan 2022:  Four Fantastic Presenters will present 4 workshop webinar presentations via ZOOM.  $40.00 for Members ($50 non-member)    see pdf flyer for details. 
D. Joshua Taylor, “Bridging the Gap: Finding Ancestors ... 1780 and 1840.... (See flyer for details) 
Judy G. Russell, “No Vitals? No Problem! .... (See flyer for details)
Karen Stanbary, “Who was Maggie McBurney? .... (See flyer for details)
Gena Philibert-Ortega, “Desperately Seeking Eleanore.... (See flyer for details)



Tuesday, February 1
MAYFLOWER SOCIETY - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Mayflower Group)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
Mayflower Research Monthly SIG will meet on Zoom.com, Tue, Feb 1st, 2:00pm. Link is sent via email to members.
Discussion group on issues related to lineage and research toward membership in the Mayflower Society. 


Friday, February 4
WRITERS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Writers Group)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
GSSB Writers Monthly Interest Group meeting:  Zoom.com on Friday, Feb 4th, 10am. Link is sent via email to members.


Tuesday, February 8 through Tuesday, March 29
GSSB Online Beginner Genealogy Course  (GSSB)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online (via Zoom.com Classroom Meeting)
Presented by Yolanda Lifter, President of the GSSB.  This is a basic genealogy course designed as an introductory series of eight consecutive online interactive classes for beginner genealogists.  Cost of the full course is $25.00 and includes the annual membership to the GSSB through 2022. It will introduce students to a number of concepts and tools related to researching and documenting your family history. Non-Member cost for full course (including annual GSSB membership):  $25.00 (free if a current member through 2022). See website for details.  Email Contact@GSSB.net with questions or to pre-register.    


Wednesday, February 9
MTG & PROGRAM: Vivid-Pix Photo Enhancement Software  (GSSB)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Presentation on Vivid-Pix: Photo Enhancement Software
The program for February is being presented by Rick Voight from Vivid-Pix, who will speak about the Vivid-Pix photo enhancement product. This is a relatively inexpensive product that GSSB is considering for our library server and certainly members might be interested in it for their personal home installation to enhance those scanned images. Rick's program will be in the form of a webinar.   


Friday, February 11
BRITISH ISLES RESEARCH - SIG Monthly Meeting  (British Isles Group)
3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
British Isles research SIG monthly meeting. ZOOM.com, Fri, Feb 11th, 3:00pm. Link to Zoom sent via email to members.


Saturday, February 12
2022 ANNUAL VALENTINES DAY SEMINAR - DNA Research  (Area Events)
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
CANCELLED
The annual Valentine's Day Seminar hosted by the Indian River Genealogical Society is tentatively planned for Saturday, February 12, 2022.  The workshops have not yet been announced.  Please check back for future information, changes and registration details.  
SEMINAR WAS UNFORTUNATELY CANCELLED FOR 2022 BY THE INDIAN RIVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 
 


Monday, February 21
FCHS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (French & Canadian Heritage)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
French Canadian Heritage Soc. - Monthly Meeting on Zoom.com, Mon, Feb 21st, 10 am. Link sent via email to members.



Tuesday, March 1
MAYFLOWER SOCIETY - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Mayflower Group)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
Mayflower Research Monthly SIG will meet on Zoom.com, Tue, Mar 1st, 2:00pm. Link is sent via email to members.
Discussion group on issues related to lineage and research toward membership in the Mayflower Society. 


Friday, March 4
WRITERS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Writers Group)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
GSSB Writers Monthly Interest Group meeting:  Zoom.com on Friday, Mar 4th, 10am. Link is sent via email to members.


Wednesday, March 9
MTG & PROGRAM: Researching Family in the Digital Public Library of America  (GSSB)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Online (via Zoom.com Classroom Meeting) Access Link is sent to members
The GSSB March, 2022 program will be presented by Carla Cegielski as a webinar. Her focus will be demonstrating and using the Digital Public Library of America to research your ancestry.  The Digital Public Library of America (or DPLA),is a US project aimed at providing public access to digital holdings in order to create a large-scale public digital library. It officially launched on April 18, 2013 and is a non-profit located in Boston, MA.  It has continued to grow as a significant research and reference resource, designed to be a discovery tool for public domain and openly licensed content held by the United States' archives, libraries, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions. 


Friday, March 11
BRITISH ISLES RESEARCH - SIG Monthly Meeting  (British Isles Group)
3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
British Isles research SIG monthly meeting. ZOOM.com, Fri, Mar 11th, 3:00pm. Link to Zoom sent via email to members.


Monday, March 21
FCHS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (French & Canadian Heritage)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
French Canadian Heritage Soc. - Monthly Meeting on Zoom.com, Mon, Mar 21st, 10 am. Link sent via email to members.



Friday, April 1
WRITERS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Writers Group)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
GSSB Writers Monthly Interest Group meeting:  Zoom.com on Friday, Apr 1st, 10am. Link is sent via email to members.


Tuesday, April 5
MAYFLOWER SOCIETY - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Mayflower Group)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
Mayflower Research Monthly SIG will meet on Zoom.com, Tue, Apr 5th, 2:00pm. Link is sent via email to members.
Discussion group on issues related to lineage and research toward membership in the Mayflower Society. 


Friday, April 8
BRITISH ISLES RESEARCH - SIG Monthly Meeting  (British Isles Group)
3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
British Isles research SIG monthly meeting. ZOOM.com, Fri, Apr 8th, 3:00pm. Link to Zoom sent via email to members.


Wednesday, April 13
MTG & PROGRAM: Using Tools to Organize & Analyze Your Autosomal DNA Matches  (GSSB)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Online (via Zoom.com Classroom Meeting) Access Link is sent to members
Our speaker for the 13 April 2022 meeting will be Kelli Bergheimer. The title of her presentation will be "Using Tools to Organize and Analyze Your Autosomal DNA Matches."     Kelli Bergheimer is a writer, teacher, editor, and national genealogical speaker. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, International Society of Genetic Genealogists, and the Genealogical Speaker's Guild. She is a specialist in using DNA in family research. If you're interested in Genetic Genealogy/DNA, this one is for you!  


Monday, April 18
FCHS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (French & Canadian Heritage)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
French Canadian Heritage Soc. - Monthly Meeting on Zoom.com, Mon, Apr 18th, 10 am. Link sent via email to members.



Tuesday, May 3
MAYFLOWER SOCIETY - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Mayflower Group)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
Mayflower Research Monthly SIG will meet on Zoom.com, Tue, May 3rd, 2:00pm. Link is sent via email to members.
Discussion group on issues related to lineage and research toward membership in the Mayflower Society. 


Friday, May 6
WRITERS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Writers Group)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
GSSB Writers Monthly Interest Group meeting:  Zoom.com on Friday, May 6th, 10am. Link is sent via email to members.


Wednesday, May 11
MTG & PROGRAM: Locating and Using Fraternal Society Records  (GSSB)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Online (via Zoom.com Classroom Meeting) Access Link is sent to members
Our speaker for the 11 May 2022 meeting will be Luana Darby, MLIS, Accredited Genealogist. The title of her presentation will be "Grandpa Was A Mason - Locating and Using Fraternal Society Records."     Luana Darby is a frequent lecturer at local and national conferences and institutes, including the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, the British Insitute, RootsTech and through Legacy Family Tree Webinars. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, among many other professional organizations and accomplishments.


Friday, May 13
BRITISH ISLES RESEARCH - SIG Monthly Meeting  (British Isles Group)
3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
British Isles research SIG monthly meeting. ZOOM.com, Fri, May 13th, 3:00pm. Link to Zoom sent via email to members.


Monday, May 16
FCHS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (French & Canadian Heritage)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
French Canadian Heritage Soc. - Monthly Meeting on Zoom.com, Mon, May 16th, 10 am. Link sent via email to members.



Friday, June 3
WRITERS - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Writers Group)
10:00 am
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
GSSB Writers Monthly Interest Group meeting:  Zoom.com on Friday, Jun 3rd, 10am. Link is sent via email to members.


Tuesday, June 7
MAYFLOWER SOCIETY - SIG Monthly Meeting  (Mayflower Group)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(ONLINE - Zoom.com) Access Link sent via email to SIG members
Mayflower Research Monthly SIG will meet on Zoom.com, Tue, Jun 7th, 2:00pm. Link is sent via email to members.
Discussion group on issues related to lineage and research toward membership in the Mayflower Society.