This year will be the 50th Birthday Bash for the Jamboree (1969-2019)! The event will host over 100 classes. Opportunities for research advice, door prizes, the Database Research Tech Zone, and a Birthday Hat Contest will also be available.
The Genetic Genealogy Thursday line up looks amazing. The Friday thru Sunday Jamboree schedule has a great variety of classes and speakers. The Jamboree website is easy to navigate and makes finding classes a breeze. Looking forward to hearing some of my favorites speakers and discovering some new speakers.
Friday, May 31 is JAMBOFree day! Free-of-charge to the public so if you are in the area come on by! Registration is required. More details can be found on the website at http://genealogyjamboree.com/jambofree-2019/.
A favorite speaker of mine, Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG, FOGS will be speaking on America’s Turnpikes, Rivers, and Canals, Colonial Censuses, and Amish and Mennonite Families. All three subjects are areas of interests for me and I am looking forward to learning more about each subject. You just can’t go wrong listening to Miss Peggy speak!