27 September 2010

I'm Registered for the Atlanta Family History Expo! Are You?

I certainly hope to see you there!

Just a few days are left to get the Early Bird Special of $55.00 for the two day Family History Expo in Atlanta, GA on November 12th and 13th.

This will be my first family history expo, and I must say I'm very excited. I have not made any definite decisions on which classes I will be learning in as of yet, but the options are fantastic. You can view the agenda here.

I'm especially excited to meet as many fellow geneabloggers as possible. I also plan to incorporate some local cemetery visits while there. Any "must-sees" that you know of? Fill me in! (The expo is technically in Duluth, GA.) And if you have any suggestions on how I can get the most out of this expo, please comment and give me your tips!

5 comments:

Family History Expos said...

We are glad you're coming to the Atlanta Family History Expo! Thank you for sharing news about the Expo with your readers. We've added you and your blogs to the list of bloggers attending. You can see the entire list on our blog at fhexpos.com.

We look forward to seeing you in November. There will be many bloggers there and you will have a great time, guaranteed!

Sarah Farr said...

If you are able to get downtown during your trip, I would recommend Oakland Cemetery. They offer guided tours on the weekends.

http://www.oaklandcemetery.com/

Valerie C. said...

When you say Atlanta & Cemetery, everyone will say Oakland. This is a cemetery that is a historic icon in the city. It's the burial place of a number of famous folks and has some very neat graves. They also offer tours.

It's going to be about 30 minutes from Duluth, but if you want to see a great cemetery, this is the one.

http://www.oaklandcemetery.com/

Apple said...

I had been looking forward to this for months but it's looking like it's not going to happen :(

I hope you have a great time!

S. Lincecum said...

I know how you feel, Apple -- I've missed so many I was hoping to attend. Sorry to hear you might not make it this time.

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