Longmont Genealogical Society

Monthly Meetings

First Lutheran Church (Friendship Center), 803 Terry Street, Longmont, CO
2nd Wednesday of each month at 1:00 PM
except for July and December when meetings include a pot luck luncheon and begin at Noon.

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Check Out These Special Learning Opportunities

We need a minimum number of people to register for workshops held at the Family History Center. Register Early !

July 8, 2019

1:30 - 3:30 PM

Find a Grave Instructor: Mick Mickelson

How to Use FindaGrave; How to create, add person and gravestones pictures, bios, family links etc. to Find a Grave memorials, how to search on FindaGrave for individuals of interest, and will try to answer any other questions you have about this website.

Location: Family History Center, LDS Church, 17th & Alpine, Longmont

July 15-16, 2019

1:00 - 3:00 PM

Family Search Instructor: Tom Floodeen

Time: 1:00-3:00 each day- please bring a laptop if possible

July 15th- Researching + Questions

July 16th-Making changes to your tree, deleting incorrect information, managing new input + questions.

Location: Family History Center, LDS Church, 17th & Alpine, Longmont

July 22-23, 2019

1:00 - 3:00 PM


Intermediate Genealogy Instructor: Gail Lewis

Postponed Until A Later Date

Time: 1:00-3:00 Each Day - Please bring a laptop if you have one.

Starts with getting yourself organized and ready to do research. Moving quickly into FREE research websites, county and state treasures, hidden newspaper sites and we'll try to answer most questions. We'll visit any website as time allows. Lots of discussion.

Postponed Until A Later Date

No registration is needed for this special DNA Study Group program. Bring a friend !

October 9, 2019

3:00 PM

Leslie Ross Presents:

Medical DNA

Genetic Counseling, DNA, and Cancer

In this program, you will learn about genetic counseling as a profession. Specifically, the speaker will discuss genetic counseling and genetic testing in individuals with cancer or with a family history of cancer. You will learn about the technology used to do genetic testing in a clinical setting and how that technology compares to the technology used for direct-to-consumer genetic testing like 23andMe and Ancestry.com. You will also learn about the limitations of genetic testing for ancestry or health information through direct-to-consumer genetic testing. Finally, you will better understand when the results of a direct-to-consumer test indicate a need for genetic counseling and confirmation genetic testing.

Location : First Lutheran Church (Friendship Center), 803 Terry Street, Longmont, CO

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