The Pre-NGS Conference fun begins in the morning! I and fellow blogger J Paul Hawthorne, along with others, will be busy learning at the Putting Skills To Work by the BCG Education Fund. The event features Nancy A. Peters, CG, “Make Your Case: Correlating Evidence to Solve Genealogical Problems” followed by Sara Ann Scribner, CG teaching “Making Your Case: Constructing and Writing Proof Arguments”.
I am looking forward to learning some new skills and meeting new people. While we are learning other attendees will be visiting plantations, researching at the archives, or enjoying some of the museums and historic sites Raleigh has to offer. I hope everyone at the conference has a chance to explore outside the conference center and their hotels. Remember to check at your hotel for a list of nearby restaurants and things to do. I can highly recommend The Pit Authentic Barbecue at 328 W. Davie, check out the offerings here: Menu