I received a program flyer from the Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA) about their upcoming PGSA Workshop that will take place at the NIU Conference Center, 1120 E. Diehl Road, Naperville, IL on Saturday, May 20, 2017 between 11 am to 4 pm.
The PGSA is inviting anyone interested in Polish genealogy to attend the workshop and meet other members of the society in attendance.
The first presentation will be a “live” webinar consisting of two topics presented by Tadeusz Pilat from Poland. He will have a program on “Notary Records in Poland” as well as a program on “Cadastral Maps”.
A second presentation will take place on-site at the conference center. Jason Kruski will present an on-site program titled “Technological Advances in Polish-American Genealogy”.
The PDF flyer noted below provides information on how to register either for the webinar (if you will not be attending the conference in person) or the live on-site presentation . Those physically in attendance at the NIU Center will be participating in both the live webinar and the live program on-site.
You can just participate in the online webinar if you choose and not attend the Workshop in person.
The fee structure is also based on being a member of the PGSA or not being a member of the society.
Attendance on-site is limited to 50 people and registration ends May 10, 2017.
Attendance to participate on the webinar if you will not be at the Conference Center itself has unlimited numbers to attend and no registration deadline.
Here is a PDF flyer I received from the society that describes the program for the gathering:
You can also visit the society’s website and discover who they are and what resources are offered to those interested in Polish genealogical research. You can visit the website at:
Consider attending this workshop and learn about the PGSA and its membership as well as the topics being presented for this event.
Schaumburg Township District Library