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January 2021 meeting – online

Happy New Year! Our first Toronto Branch meeting of 2021 will take place on Monday, January 25, beginning at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern Time).  It will be entirely online and open to all—but you must register in advance.

Whether you’re a new or seasoned family historian, you’ve no doubt had the frustrating experience of crashing up against a brick wall in your research. Our featured January speaker, Michigan-based Daniel Earl, will demonstrate an approach that will help you tackle, unpack and methodically resolve difficult genealogical problems. Join us to learn about Becoming a Genealogy N.I.N.J.A. and set your sights on research breakthroughs in 2021!

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After Daniel’s presentation, we’ll be moving into virtual “break-out rooms”. This will be an opportunity for you to connect and chat about family history with your fellow attendees in an informal small-group setting.

Find out more and register for Becoming a Genealogy N.I.N.J.A. on January 25.

Once you register, you’ll get an email message with a link to join the webinar. This link will be unique to your registration. 

Watch our Calendar for information about events coming up in the months ahead.

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