After visiting the Lake County Genealogical Society website, I see that they have current online information regarding their upcoming 22nd Annual Genealogical Workshop that will take place on Saturday, November 8, 2014.
The title for the Conference is “Old Books, New Pages”
You can visit the general website for the society at:
Lake County Genealogical Society (IL) Website
This is an all-day conference that is taking place at the Cultural and Civic Center of Round Lake Beach that is located at 2007 Civic Center Way in Round Lake Beach, IL.
Registration and browsing of materials starts at 8 AM.
Programs run from 9 AM until 3:30 PM.
Guest speakers for the day are Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA, Debbie Mieszala, CG and Dr. Daniel Hubbard.
Phone contact for information is 847-201-9032.
It looks like the costs for the program are:
- $35.00 if you are a member of the society (program registration prior to October 25, 2014)
- $40.00 if you are not a member of the society (program registration prior to October 25, 2014)
- $45.00 (program registration after October 25, 2014 or as a walk-in on the day of program)
“Walk-ins” on the day of the program are OK but you are on your own for lunch. Lunch is not guaranteed for “walk-ins”. You would pay the highest fee on that day.
Please use the following link that will get you directly to the PDF file that has all of the information about the day including the registration material, program titles and times, speaker biographies and directions:
November 8, 2014 Lake County Genealogical Society 22nd Annual Conference Program/Registration Brochure
I have been to their programs some time back and I always felt that they had top-notch speakers. I would definitely recommend attending this annual event.
I know you will enjoy the day.
The society puts on a great annual conference with top-notch speakers and topics. You will not be disappointed. If you have not attended a local, all-day conference, this is a good one to attend.
You can always decide at the last-minute and be a “walk-in” to attend the conference (unfortunately, at the highest cost to you). I have attended conferences as a “walk-in” and I usually find that it was well-worth the added cost to attend at the last-minute if pre-scheduling was a problem for you.
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