March 8th, 2017 MacGen Meeting
We cover any Mac Genealogy challenges or questions you have. Also covered are how to use Macintosh computers, effectively. We recommend use of the Reunion Genealogy program (http://leisterpro.com) and can help learn how to use it. Any questions about the Macintosh and genealogy are welcome.
Bring a sandwich, come early to the FamilySearch Library, do some research and have your food in their lunch room before the meeting, that starts at 7pm. The view of the Bay Area as you pull into the parking lot is breathtaking. See for yourself.
Other Bay Area Macintosh Genealogy Meetings
Another East Bay Mac resource is the Diablo Valley Macintosh User Group of Walnut Creek. Past President Verner Laursen runs a Genealogy Special Interest Group that meets at 10am on the fourth Wednesday of the month at DVMUG's office,at 396 Civic Drive,
Pleasant Hill, CA. .
A free weekly Macintosh Class occurs In Alameda, at the Alameda Free Library (1550 Oak St, Alameda, CA 94501) on Fridays from 10 am -12 noon. Professor Marvin Winzenread presents different Macintosh computer topics in some depth and documents the sessions on his website, http://winzenread.com/MUG/. Even if you think you know a topic, expect to be surprised at additional features you never knew about. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to join the mailing list and receive announcements of upcoming free classes. They usually don't meet in the Summer.The next class is August 26th, 2016.
A Macintosh Special Interest Group occurs monthly, In Santa Clara, hosted by Silicon Valley Computer Genealogy Group (SVCGG). It is a large (100+ people) meeting on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 9-11am and one of the sub groups is the Mac Group that meets the same day. The SVCGG group meets from 9am to 11am at the Family History Center in Santa Clara, on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 875 Quince Ave., Santa Clara, Calif. 95051.
This MacGen Society is not affiliated with Leister Productions,
Apple Inc. or FamilySearch.org, hosted by the Church of Latter Day Saints. MacGen
is supported entirely by volunteers as a not-for-profit educational
We do however, thank the Oakland Regional FamilySearch Library for their never-ending help with genealogy activities and use of their conference room and equipment. To see other educational activities of their Oakland Regional Family History Center please review their Web Site and click on Calendar.
This Web Site's URL is http://www.macgen.org
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...Bill George Email