Most meetings are held in Guelph on the fourth Tuesday of the month, except for the months of July, August, December and January.
Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m with coffee, cookies, and an opportunity to fellowship with other researchers, followed at 7:30 with the guest presentation.
Some presentations are held at the Speaker's location to enable access to the materials available therein. One meeting is usually held at a more northern location in Wellington County.
The following meetings will be held at the Col. John McCrae Memorial Legion, Branch 234, 57 Watson Parkway South, Guelph, ON N1L 1E3 (map). This facility is wheelchair accessible.
|Sep 23, 2014
Ontario Legion, 281 George St. Arthur (map)
| Sharing our Family History
Discover a variety of ways to share the results of family research. Ideas include: family albums, newsletters, charts and outlines, historical overviews and timelines, Ancestor Walls, 1-or 2-page stories or biographies, larger published works and more.
What is happing in OGS?
Guest speaker, Shirley Sturdevant, Past Presidnet, OGS, will introduce people to the office and staff briefly via the slideshow and talk about the current issues/happenings of importance to The Society as a whole and, if time about things going on across the province in the Branches/SIGs.
A Wellington Branch meeting held at the Wellington County Land Registry Office.
Members were introduced to the methods of access and the wealth of genealogical materials associated with land records.