The early-bird deadline might have passed, but we would still love to see you in Fort Wayne this August. You can pre-register online or register at the door. Registering online allows you to purchase tickets to all the conference “extras” that won’t be available at the door.
Students can take advantage of a discounted conference rate. Students of all ages with a current student ID, from elementary school to graduate school, attending public, private or parochial institutions, can register for the full conference for $40. The single-day student rate is $25.
Get your tickets for these conference events before they are gone:
- Workshops: There are 5 workshops at this year’s conference and 4 are already sold out. There is still space available in Conducting African American Research in University Libraries with Tim Pinnick. This workshop will help anyone learn how to use university libraries in their research.
- Luncheons: We have made more space in all FGS 2013 luncheons to accommodate the great demand. Since we can’t make room for everyone, make sure to get your tickets early and not miss out on the great speakers and conversations, as well as an easy way to get refueled during the conference day.
- Special Events: Don’t forget your tickets to the FGS Opening Social and the Friday Night Event at ACPL.
Have you been promoting FGS 2013 in your society’s publications? Don’t forget to fill out the Society Publicity Contest Form and be entered in the giveaway for a complimentary registration to FGS 2014 in San Antonio, Texas.
- These tips for researching at The Genealogy Center will help you prepare for your visit.
- Genealogy Center Basics: What to Bring
- Genealogy Center Basics: Things You Need To Know
- "People" Resources Set Genealogy Center Apart
- Do you have a brick wall or research question? Sign up for one of the free genealogy consultations available on Tuesday, August 20. Consultations are only available for conference attendees.