Meetings of IAAGG take place from noon to 2 p.m., at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, at 500 West Washington St., in downtown Indianapolis.
Parking is free in the White River State Park underground garage. Lunch and snacks can be purchased in the museum's cafe.
Changes in meeting details are listed below. Watch this space for the latest on IAAGG happenings.
Veterans' Day Tribute to our ancestors who are veterans. Members will report on recent discoveries at the Allen County Public Library. Members will discuss their brick walls. Webinar - Finding and Using Civil War
Annual Christmas Party will be held at Martin University - Details TBA
OPPORTUNITIES & EVENTS
Held on 3rd Tuesdays, 1-2 p.m. in the Training Room, 2nd Floor, Carmel Library. This is an opportunity to expand your knowledge, ask questions, and network with others
Family History Hounds meeting schedule:
The first Thursday, each month, 1:00 pm Contact the Indiana Room at 839-6602 x.2114. Meet in McMillan B meeting room.
Nancy Massey, genealogy librarian at the Hamilton East Public Library (Noblesville) has taught hundreds of people how to find their ancestors. Click the link above for the calendar then enter the keyword genealogy. Classes are free but you may need to register.
- HAMILTON EAST PUBLIC LIBRARY - NOBLESVILLE
Nancy Massey has announced their genealogy programs and class schedule. To see the schedule and register for the classes, go to their online calendar at http://hepl.lib.in.us/evanced/ (enter “genealogy” in the “search” box) or you may register by calling the Indiana Room at the library at 317-770-3236.
Check their calendar of events for monthly programs and lectures you may want to attend.
The Central Indiana DNA Interest Group, sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Marion County, was founded by members of the Indiana Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists at the end of 2015. We are currently meeting monthly on a floating schedule at the Fishers Library in Hamilton County, and plan a variety of topics open to the public: formal presentations, round-table discussions, small group or 1-1 coaching, etc. We also offer ‘outreach’ programming to other area libraries and organizations on request.
The calendar of upcoming events can be found on the right sidebar of the website.
Monthly Webinars - click on the following for details: