2022-2023 Events Listing

Watch for news about all the events scheduled for the 2022-2023 SAGHS year.
Click on the pages listed below "Events" to learn more about each of these exciting offerings for 2022-2023!
  • Discovering Your Family through DNA – Virtual seminar featuring 4 sessions presented by Diana Elder, only $10 for members!
  • Discovering Your Family and Their Roots with J. Mark Lowe – virtual seminar in September with 7 sessions, only $15 for members!
  • Finding Family Writing Contest – enter your family story for a chance to win $100!
  • The 2022-2023 Virtual Speaker Series – eight presentations from top genealogical speakers guaranteed to entertain while expanding your genealogical horizons.
  • The 2022 Genealogy Fair – a free in-person event slated October 4th with great door prizes and more.
  • Genealogy Cornucopia: A Fall Festival of Genealogy Research – A free virtual event on Friday, October 21, the Genealogy Cornucopia features eight presentations on DNA, deciphering handwriting, tax records, genealogy tech, basic genealogy concepts, citing sources, the Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center, and migration patterns. Don't miss this outstanding event!
  • Lunch & More – Pack your lunch and join us for a brown-bag genealogy presentation in the 3rd floor Community Room at the Stephens Central Library in downtown San Angelo. Lunch is followed by an afternoon workshop.
    • Saturdays: November 19, January 28, and May 20
    • Lunch: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    • Watch for details!
  • Hands-On Workshops – Following Lunch & More, participate in a workshop honing your genealogy skills and learning new ones. Bring your laptop or practice on the library's computers. Access the library's genealogy databases and the FamilySearch Affiliate Library website for free!
    • Saturdays: November 19, January 28, and May 20
    • Workshop: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    • Topics coming soon!
  • Beginning Genealogy Classes – Led by Lisa Mahler, learn the basics or hone your skills with Lisa as she leads attendees through websites, organization, and more in this free class held in the 2nd floor computer lab at the Stephens Central Library.
    • Saturdays: September 24, November 19, January 28, and May 20
    • Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Research Afternoons at the WTC – Join us at the West Texas Collection to research your family history with the help of SAGHS volunteers. You can gain experience by looking up requests made by out-of-area SAGHS members for resources at the WTC's genealogy library. Spend an afternoon with us sharing your passion for genealogy sleuthing!
    • Saturdays: October 8, December 3, February 11, and April 15
    • Time: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Family History Displays – displayed January at the Stephens Central Library