Programs will take place at the Swedish American Museum that is located at 5211 N. Clark St. in Chicago, IL. A phone number of the museum to contact them at is 773-728-8111. An email address to reach them at is firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can visit the website of the Swedish American Museum through which you can connect to the Nordic Family Genealogy Center at:
Here are the details of the programs coming up as provided to me from the Swedish American Museum. List of upcoming programs and other pertinent information about the group appears after the separator line:
The Nordic Family Genealogy Center: Upcoming Events
The Genealogy Center hosts genealogy sessions from 10 a.m. to noon the fourth Saturday of each month excluding June and December. Check the website for any exceptions or updates.
July 25 “Current State of Swedish Organizations” presented by Janet Nelson
Aug. 22 “National Archives – Great Lakes Region” presented by Ellen Kondrot
Sept. 26 “Today’s Immigration in Sweden” presented by Kris Nicholson
Oct. 24 “Writing a Family History” presented by Dan Hubbard
Nov. 21 Discussing Our Own Family Histories
Cost is free for Genealogy Center members; non-member cost is $10. Reservations appreciated. You may email the Genealogy Center at email@example.com to RSVP or ask any questions you may have about sessions or call the Museum at 773.728.8111 and leave a message for the Genealogy Center volunteer, or visit SwedishAmericanMuseum.org/genealogy.
Normally I receive program notices for the next upcoming program. I am glad the organization has provided these for the balance of 2015 for me to share with you.
This is an organization to connect with if you are doing Swedish family history. They do offer a great deal of information and resources to the Swedish researcher.
Check them out!
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