We’re now accepting registrations for our fall workshop on Using “Legacy Family Tree” Software, taking place on Saturday 20 September at the North York Central Library Auditorium.
If you use Legacy Family Tree in your family history research – whether you’re a seasoned user or just starting out – you won’t want to miss this full day of practical learning!
Instructor Geoff Rasmussen, host of the Legacy Family Tree webinar series and author of the author of Legacy Family Tree, Unlocked!, will review basic techniques for using Legacy to organize and record your research, highlight what’s new in version 8, and explain how the software can help you make the best use of LDS FamilySearch.
Visit our Workshops page to find out more and to register on-line. Spaces are limited, so sign up early to ensure a spot.
The fourth annual Toronto History Lecture will take place on Wednesday 6 August at the City of Toronto Archives.
We’re excited to announce that historian, author and York University professor Craig Heron will be delivering the 2014 Lecture, on the topic of The Workers’ City: Lives of Toronto’s Working People.
Generations of working people literally built the city of Toronto and created the goods and services to sustain a large metropolitan population. Yet their stories are seldom told. Professor Heron will explore the opportunities and challenges that members of the city’s working class have faced over the past century and a half, and will share his insights into major changes and common themes during that period, through the lives of eight different Toronto workers.
The 2014 Toronto History Lecture is dedicated to the memory of J. Brian Gilchrist (1956-2014), a proud 4th generation Torontonian with a lifelong interest in family and local history, who became one of the country’s leading authorities in genealogy.
This event is free to attend but registration is required and space is limited. This year’s lecture is now fully booked. There will be no registration at the door.
Visit our Toronto History Lecture page now to find out more.