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Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie
Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie  (Familia Austria)
Wednesday, November 22 through Wednesday, May 29, 2024
6:00 pm
Central Europe Time Zone (MEZ) - Online [German]
Im Laufe eines Jahres erfahren Sie dort alles wichtige über die Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie. Egal, ob Sie erst am Anfang Ihrer Forschungen stehen oder schon viel Erfahrung haben, Sie werden dort garantiert viel Neues erfahren. Jeden Mittwoch, ab 18.00 Uhr. Hier finden Sie alle bereits feststehenden Themen und die links zur Anmeldung bei Zoom. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos und für alle interessierten Forscher, egal ob sie Mitglieder unserer Familia Austria sind oder nicht, offen.

German Advent, Christmas and New Year’s Traditions and Superstitions
German Advent, Christmas and New Year’s Traditions and Superstitions  (Eastside Gen. Society GIG)
Friday, December 1
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone (PT) - Online [English]
Presenter Ingeborg Carpenter will share stories about German Advent, Christmas and New Year’s traditions for the period from December 1st to Epiphany, with superstitions thrown in. Ingeborg was born in Frankfurt, Germany, raised in Westphalia, and immigrated to America in 1972. She is very active in genealogy and is currently the president of the Sacramento German Genealogy Society and of the International German Genealogy Partnership. Link to Register.

Christmas Market / Weihnachtsmarkt  (German Texan Heritage Society)
Saturday, December 2
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Central Time Zone (CT) - In Person [English]
Get into the holiday spirit by visiting the most authentic German Texan Christmas Market in Texas. The German Free School and its gardens transform into a traditional German Texan Christmas Market. Tickets. 507 East 10th Street Austin, TX 78701

Traditional German Christmas Stories  (German Genealogy Group - NY)
Thursday, December 7
7:30 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - In person & online [English}
Presented by Claire Gebben. History, illustrations, and excerpts of time-honored German Christmas stories bring out shared German traditions and the spirit of the holiday. Tales recounted for centuries - including “Christmas Eve,” “The Elves and the Shoemaker” and others - bring the German Christmas experience to life. In person at the Bethpage Public Library. Zoom access for GGG members only.

What’s a Palatine Anyway?  (Public event)
Thursday, December 21
7:00 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - online [English]

So many immigrants hailed from Palatinate area of southwest Germany in the 1700s that “Palatine” became a nickname for all the Germans coming to America. Learn about the origin of this name, the history of the area, its people and records as well as why it was an emigrant hotbed for three centuries in this presentation by former IGGP board member James M. Beidler. This webinar is hosted by the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. Free registration