What SDGS Offers Researchers
The public is welcome to all San Diego Genealogical Society programs, classes, and events.
Admission is free (except where noted).
Members and guests enjoy well-recognized speakers share topics of interest to genealogists and family historians of all levels.
Registration and a fee are required for the following special events:
Links to speaker handouts for upcoming meetings are emailed to members prior to the monthly meeting.
Members are asked to download, print out, and bring their copy to the meeting.
Handouts for Annual Meeting and Fall Seminar will be given at the event. Handouts for paid registration are not posted on the website.
Get to the Monthly Meeting early and join a class.
Classes start at 9:00 am prior to the monthly meeting. Classes cover a variety of topics for all experience levels.
Space is limited– a reservation is recommended.
SDGS has collected various resource pages you may find helpful in your research. The resources are web-based and include historical and published collections.
Organized member-led group trips to genealogical research centers and conferences are designed to give researchers a broader perspective on genealogical research. They provide access to records not available on websites and access to renowned speakers at regional and national conferences.
Join others with a common interest in specific topics including:
SDGS discussion groups are held in various locations around San Diego County. Try one out to help with your specific research.
SDGS members are available to provide schools, libraries, clubs, and other community organizations a 45-60 minute presentation, or hands-on assistance with research.
An honorarium for the presenter and help with printing handouts is always appreciated.