Indiana Genealogical Society to hold its annual conference in early April

INDIANA – The Indiana Genealogical Society will hold its annual conference on April 1-2. The free virtual conference is open to everyone. 

On Friday, April 1, four sessions will be presented by Indiana genealogists and librarians Ron Darrah, Sarah Kirby, Allison DePrey Singleton, and Curt Witcher. On Saturday, April 2, David Lambert, from the New England Genealogical and Historical Society, will present four separate sessions. Additionally, the IGS annual meeting will be held on Saturday. 

The conference will be conducted remotely via Zoom and is sponsored by VIVID-PIX. Logon information and guidance for downloading the Zoom app will be sent to registered attendees prior to the conference.

Click here to register for Friday and click here to register for Saturday. Sessions are eligible for LEUs and TLEUs for Indiana library staff. 

Click here for more information about the conference, including session names, descriptions, and times.