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Thursday, February 9
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, February 10
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, February 14
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  Using Internet Archive in your Genealogy Research
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 


Tuesday, February 21
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Monthly Program - Genealogical Research in the Kansas State Archives
Thursday, February 23
Monthly Program - Genealogical Research in the Kansas State Archives  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Presenter and Program TopicGenealogical Research in the Kansas State Archives, presented by Lauren Gray.
 
Kansas State Archives staff member, Lauren Gray, will discuss collections of interest to family historians and provide tips to maximize your experience during a visit to the Kansas State Historical Society archives. This program is presented by the Topeka Genealogical Society.
 
Monthly Programs, featuring local speakers on topics of genealogical and historical interest are free, and open to the Public. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 


Monday, February 27
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom.
NOTE CHANGE IN MEETING FORMAT:  GROUP WILL MEET ONLINE, VIA ZOOM
 
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 
 



Getting Started in Genealogy Research
Saturday, March 4
Getting Started in Genealogy Research  (Classes & Workshops)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, Menninger Room
Would you like to know more about your family history, but need a little help in knowing how to get started?  Improve your chances of success by learning a few basics and starting off on the right foot!
 
This free class will cover the basics of how to research your family history ---- how and where to search for clues (both online and offline), understanding the most commonly used records and sources, using  the major online database resources, and how to organize and keep track of the information that you find.   
 
This in-person class is free and open to the public, but class size is limited and pre-registration is needed.  Register Here.


Thursday, March 9
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, March 10
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, March 14
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 


Tuesday, March 21
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Monthly Program - Daughters of the American Revolution
Thursday, March 23
Monthly Program - Daughters of the American Revolution  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Presenter and Program TopicDaughters of the American Revolution, presented by Nancy Appelhanz.
 
Do you have a patriot from the American Revolution? DAR members come from a variety of interests and backgrounds although all share a common bond of having an ancestor who helped contribute to the independence of America. DAR member and Topeka Genealogical Society Membership Chair, Nancy Appelhanz, will share the amazing history of DAR and what members are doing today to continue that legacy. This program is presented by the Topeka Genealogical Society.
 
Monthly Programs, featuring local speakers on topics of genealogical and historical interest are free, and open to the Public. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 


Monday, March 27
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom.
NOTE CHANGE IN MEETING FORMAT:  GROUP WILL MEET ONLINE, VIA ZOOM
 
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 
 



Tuesday, April 11
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.


Thursday, April 13
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, April 14
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, April 18
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Monday, April 24
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 
 


Monthly Program - Researching Your Scots-Irish Ancestors
Thursday, April 27
Monthly Program - Researching Your Scots-Irish Ancestors  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Presenter and Program TopicResearching Your Scots-Irish Ancestors, presented by John Manning.
 
Professional genealogist and Irish research expert, John Manning, will provide tips and resources for tracing Scots-Irish immigrants. Over 250,000 Scots Irish came to America in the eighteenth century. Join us to learn more about these notably fierce and proud people who settled in the wilderness as a buffer between established early communities and indigenous tribes in America. This program is presented by the Topeka Genealogical Society.
 
Monthly Programs, featuring local speakers on topics of genealogical and historical interest are free, and open to the Public. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 



Tuesday, May 9
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 
 


Thursday, May 11
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, May 12
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, May 16
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Monday, May 22
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 


Thursday, May 25
Monthly Program - Fraternal Organizations: The Original Social Networks  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Presenter and Program Topic:  Fraternal Organizations: The Original Social Networks,  presented by Danni-Altman-Newell
 
Monthly programs are free, and open to the public.  Feel free to invite others who might be interested!
 
This program will be produced in hybrid format - attend in person (at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library), or register to be sent a zoom link for virtual participation. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 



Thursday, June 8
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


2023 Heartland Family History Conference
Friday, June 9 through Saturday, June 10
2023 Heartland Family History Conference  (Annual Conference)
Maner Conference Center, Topeka Kansas
We're working on plans for another great Conference!   Stay tuned for details.


Friday, June 9
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, June 13
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 
 


Tuesday, June 20
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Thursday, June 22
Monthly Program - Army of Amazons  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Presenter and Program Topic:  Army of Amazons: Women's Fight for Labor Rights in Kansas Coalfields,  presented by Linda Knoll
 
In December 1921, thousands of women in southeast Kansas rose up to fight injustice in the area coalfields.  These women were immigrants from Eastern European nations as well as Kansas born. After a months-ling strike by the coalminers, the women joined the cause. In the short term, their efforts crippled mine production for nearly a month; in the longer term, their continued activism impacted future statewide elections and national legislation. This talk will share the stories of these women, christened the "Amazon Army" by The New York Times, and their fight for democracy and labor rights in Kansas's coalfields.
 
This program is sponsored by the Humanities Kansas Speakers' Bureau.
 
Monthly programs are free, and open to the public.  Feel free to invite others who might be interested!
 
This program will be produced in hybrid format - attend in person (at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library), or register to be sent a zoom link for virtual participation. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 


Monday, June 26
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 



Tuesday, July 11
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 
 


Thursday, July 13
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, July 14
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, July 18
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Monday, July 24
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 


Thursday, July 27
Monthly Program - Scottish Research  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Presenter and Program Topic:  Scottish Research, presented by Gayla & Mary Hoyt
 
Monthly programs are free, and open to the public.  Feel free to invite others who might be interested!
 
This program will be produced in hybrid format - attend in person (at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library), or register to be sent a zoom link for virtual participation. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 



Tuesday, August 8
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 
 


Thursday, August 10
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, August 11
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, August 15
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Thursday, August 24
Monthly Program - State Censuses  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
Presenter and Program Topic:  Scottish Research, presented by Gayla & Mary Hoyt
 
Monthly programs are free, and open to the public.  Feel free to invite others who might be interested!
 
This program will be produced in hybrid format - attend in person (at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library), or register to be sent a zoom link for virtual participation. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually. 


Monday, August 28
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 



Tuesday, September 12
Foundations of Family History Interest Group  (Foundations of Family History)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual Meeting - Online with Zoom
 
PRESENTATION TOPIC:  To be announced
 
Whether you are brand new to genealogy, or have been researching for quite a while, there's always something new to learn!  Having a better understanding of research methods and source materials can help you to avoid mistakes and improve your chances of research success.  In this group, we will take a brief look at a different method or source material each month, and then leave time for  questions, answers and discussion on any genealogy-related topic. Facilitated by Barb LaClair
 
Participation in this group is free, and open to the public. 
 
TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING AND OBTAIN THE ZOOM LINK, CLICK HERE.
 
 


Thursday, September 14
Computer Genealogy & Software Interest Group  (Computer Genealogy & Software)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Zoom meeting
A special interest group focused on learning tips and tricks for using computers and software in genealogical research.  (Formerly called the Family TreeMaker/ Computer Genealogy group)
 
Topic:  To be announced  
 
Facilitated by Rich McReynolds.
 
Free, open to the public. Email  Rich McReynolds at rlm4017@gmail.com, at least two days before the meeting to be sent the Zoom link.
 


Friday, September 15
TGS Board Meeting  (Board Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Zoom meeting
All Board meetings are open to TGS members.  To attend or participate, please contact Barb LaClair at tgstopeka.president@gmail.com.


Tuesday, September 19
Brick Wall Interest Group  (Brick Wall Problem Solving SIG)
9:30 am to 10:00 am
Online with Zoom
Discussion Topic:  To be announced
 
Bring your brick wall  genealogy problems, and your knowledge and experience to help others solve their problems.  Most sessions include a short presentation, plus time to share and work together to break down those brick walls!
 
Facilitated by Cindy Cruz. Contact Cindy at least 2 days in advance to be invited to attend. clcruz32153@aol.com.
 
 


Monday, September 25
DNA Special Interest Group  (DNA Special Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
Our DNA Special Interest Group is back for 2023!   
 
Discussion in this group will focus on how to understand and use your DNA matches.  Participants will find this most helpful if they have done DNA testing and have gotten their results.   
 
To obtain a link to the Zoom meeting, email Marty Flanagan at marty.flanagan3@gmail.com , giving your name and email address, at least 2 days prior to the meeting. 


Thursday, September 28
Monthly Program - Pandemic on the Prairie, 1918-1920  (Monthly Programs)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hybrid Program - Attend in person (at TSCPL), or online with Zoom
 
Pandemic on the Prairie, presented by Kara Heitz
 
Learn about the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Kansas, including some Topeka examples and stories.  
 
This program is sponsored by the Humanities Kansas Speakers' Bureau.
 
Monthly programs are free, and open to the public.  Feel free to invite others who might be interested!
 
This program will be produced in hybrid format - attend in person (at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library), or register to be sent a zoom link for virtual participation. 
 
Attend in person (no pre-registration needed), or click here to register to obtain a Zoom link and attend virtually.