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Saturday, September 26 through Saturday, September 26
FxGS Fall Fair - From Spit to Success: DNA Testing for Genealogy  (Conferences)

Saturday, October 3 through Saturday, October 3
GRIVA‚Äôs 2020 Fall Conference  (Conferences)
9:30 am
"Ancestors On the Move and How to Find Them" with Annette Burke Lyttle. Visit for more information.

Wednesday, October 14 through Saturday, October 17
AAHGS 2020 Annual Conference & Exhibition  (Conferences)
The AAHGS Annual Conference is the largest international African American conference that promotes  African-ancestored family history, genealogy, and cultural diversity by bringing together subject matter experts who promote scholarly research, provide resources for historical and genealogical studies, create a network of persons with similar interests, and assist members in documenting their histories. Visit AAGHS for more information.

Tuesday, October 20 through Tuesday, October 20
Tenacity: Women in Jamestown and Early Virginia  (Training)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
The Mount Vernon Genealogical Society is hosting a free presentation over the Zoom network, by curator Kate Egner Gruber of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation regarding women's lives and roles in early Virginia, derived from historic documents, archeological artifacts, and surviving material culture.

Saturday, October 24 through Saturday, October 24
Beyond Fundamentals: Techniques to Jumpstart Your Research  (VGS)
9:45 am to 3:45 pm
On 24 October 2020, spend the day (virtually) with Cari A. Taplin, CG® at VGS' first virtual conference. The day will include four lectures, door prizes, and the VGS annual meeting. Registration is now open at EventBrite. Registration closes at midnight, Eastern Time, on 18 October 2020. Learn more.

Tuesday, November 17 through Tuesday, November 17
Germany to America: 18th Century Odyssey  (Training)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
The Mount Vernon Genealogical Society is hosting a free lecture over the Zoom network by genealogist and author James M. Beidler, based on the personal memoirs of German-speaking immigrants, to dispel the myths about why they came, what the voyage was like, and how they liked America.