So far the regular “meeting schedule” for 2022 will be devoted to a virtual format necessitated by pandemic restrictions. For the moment the Quinte Branch is continuing the practice of holding “virtual meetings” in order to comply with health and safety guidelines regarding “social distancing”. A gradual move to a “hybrid” format involving both “in-person” and “remote access” components is being developed. Registration through the links provided in the website announcements or the MailChimp newsletters is necessary. Normally the meeting starts at 1:00 pm and lasts for a couple of hours. The first hour is the presentation itself and the second hour is devoted to questions and issues of importance to family historians attending.
|Crouse Wanamaker Lecture
|GenPins and Research Boards” Using Pinterest for Genealogy
|Software for Genealogists
|Living in Interesting Times: Two Loyalist Families in York
|Second World War: Researching the Canadian Fallen
|Ontario’s Records of Inheritance (on FamilySearch)
|All the Daniels
|How to Use the Community Archives – Even During Lockdown
Under normal circumstances the Quinte Branch of the OGS holds meetings at a variety of venues on the 3rd Saturdays of the month except July, August and December. These meetings encourage fellowship, sharing of expertise among members, and guest speakers are invited to share their knowledge. Visitors are always welcome … come and bring a friend and your genealogy questions. Admission is free and refreshments are served.