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1,700 Years of Jewish Life in German-speaking Lands  (German-Amer Heritage/museum)
Tuesday, June 28
6:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone (ET) - Online & in-person [English]
Join the German-American Heritage Museum in Washington, DC for a special presentation with Dr. Jana Schmidt and David Brown to learn more about its latest exhibit featuring almost two millennia of Jewish history in central Europe. This presentation will also be available via Zoom and participants will receive a special narrated video showcasing the artifacts along with the Zoom link. Cost: in-person: $15. Virtual: $10 (live participation via Zoom). Details and tickets.

Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting  (Webinar)
Thursday, June 30
1:00 pm
Central Time Zone (CT) - Online [English]
Join Katherine Schober to learn the top tips and tricks for deciphering the old German script! With tips on how to easily recognize certain letters, how to tell tricky letters apart, abbreviations, spelling variations, names, and more, you'll be amazed at what you can do after only an hour of learning! Register,

German Reference and Research Tools  (Webinar)
Thursday, June 30
5:00 pm
Mountain Time Zone (MT) - Online - English
Brigham Young University Family History Library presents Larry Jensen in this webinar. Click to join the webinar on the date and time.

German Immersion Sommer Camp  (German Texan Heritage Society)
Monday, July 11
Central Time Zone (CT) - In-person [English]
Send your children to German Immersion Summer Camp in July or August. Fee is charged. Details and registration.

Save the date: 2022 annual conference  (FEEFHS)
Monday, July 25 through Friday, July 29
Learn from the experts in Slavic, Germanic, Jewish, and other aspects of East European Genealogy during the Foundation for East European Family History Studies conference. The program will feature tracks in research in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire (including Czech, Slovak, etc.), German Empire, Poland, and the Russian Empire (including Ukraine, Belarus, and Baltic Countries) as well as classes on DNA Research, Jewish, Germans from Russia, and more. 

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Genealogy and Eastern Europe Border Changes  (Webinar)
Tuesday, August 16
10:00 am
Pacific Time Zone (PT) - Online [English]
Surrey Libraries in Canada is offering an online program, "If it’s 1773, It must be Russia!" Anyone researching their family history in Eastern Europe probably has faced the challenges that changing borders present. In this program, Edie Adam will use findings from her German family history research to demonstrate the key factors -- time and place -- and how to use them to your advantage. Free. Registration required.  Email or call 604-598-7327. Details.

Southern California Genealogical Society (SCGS) Jamboree  (Conference)
Friday, August 19 through Saturday, August 20
Pacific Time Zone (PT) - Online [English]

Navigating Online Records in Poland to Find Ancestors  (Webinar)
Tuesday, August 30
10:00 am
Pacific Time Zone (PT) - Online [English]
Surrey Libraries in Canada is offering an online program from Sigrid Pohl Perry. The ability to search for birth, marriage and death records in regions now in Poland has enabled genealogy research most of us never thought possible. However, to many these resources are a perplexing maze of random searches. This presentation will provide a brief overview of two primary databases which reveal parish and civil registry records in Poland encompassing many Polish, German and Jewish residents in the 19th – early 20th centuries: Geneteka and Metryki.Genealodzy.PL.  Free.  Registration required.  Email or call 604-598-7327. Details.