Scheduled Monthly Programs
Programs are offered during the monthly meetings of the Society, held the third Friday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Christ the King Lutheran Church, 2300 South Patton Court, Denver. Refreshments are served. All meetings are free and open to the public, and visitors are welcome.
Our monthly program meetings give you an opportunity to grow with your chosen hobby or career.
- Enthusiastic Fellow Genealogists
- Beginner's Corner
- Informative Speakers
21 November 2014
Breathing Life into Your Ancestors
presented by Carol Cooke Darrow, CG
Help your ancestors come alive using historical information, county records, maps, and newspapers. This presentation will help you recognize and incorporate available information to take you beyond dates of birth, marriage and death.
Carol Cooke Darrow is a Certified Genealogist and co-author of The Genealogist's Guide to Researching Tax Records. She is past president of the Colorado Genealogical Society.
16 January 2015
presented by Sandy Sweeney
The Underground Railroad was a network of Blacks, Whites, Native Americans and many religious groups, all working together. Between 1810 and 1850, one hundred thousand slaves moved northward with the help of the Underground Railroad. Sandy Sweeney has a life-long interest in history and has given presentations on many historical topics for over 45 years. Sandy is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Questers.
20 February 2015
Care and Preservation of Family Photos
presented by Emily Moazami
Feeling overwhelmed about how to care for and preserve your family photos? Not sure where and how to store them? This presentation will give you simple steps for preserving, storing, and organizing your family photographs.
Emily Moazami is the Photo Archivist and Associate Curator of Photography at History Colorado. Prior to moving to Denver in March 2014, she worked almost eight years as a Photo Archivist at the Smithsonian Institution, including the National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Ms. Moazami received an MA in Museum Studies from George Washington University (2006) with a focus on photograph collections management.
20 March 2015 - Free Pre-Seminar Talk!
Ten Resources I Use Every Day: Miscellaneous Tips for the Online Researcher
presented by Cyndi Ingle
From Internet tools to specialty databases and tools, you’ll learn about some of the things she uses each day in her research online.
All CGS and CIG members and other interested persons are invited to hear Cyndi Ingle, owner and creator of Cyndi's List, to speak at our usual meeting place, Christ the King Lutheran Church.
Where to Go: Christ the King Lutheran Church, 2300 South Patton Court, Denver. Here's a Map.
Please join a group of interesting and interested CGS members and friends for fun, food, and conversation.