Thursday, August 27, 2015

What's On - Friday 28 August - Thursday 3 September 2015

Tingalpa Cemetery
Sit down a while and plan your week ahead...there's sure to be something here that takes your fancy....don't forget to check the calendar for the last week of #NFHM too.....

Saturday 29 August


Hear speakers on the Betty Shanks murder and the Brisbane Arcade Murders - Book Launch: Oxley-Gatton Murders: Exposing the Conspiracy - Launch of new Archaeology Exhibition: Disaster at the Commissariat Store.  Cost $20 (RHSQ Mmebers) $25 (non-Members) 


The best apps/blogs for Family history – Shauna Hicks.  YouTube: Education for genealogists, history for genealogists and other interesting bits – Judy Lofthouse. Family History in the Cloud – Geoff Doherty $20 (Members) $30 (Non-members)


The Family Tree Maker (FTM) User Group shows members in a user-friendly way what they can achieve using the program to display their family trees. At our meetings we discuss a topic related to FTM. For example, the topic may be Reports: how they are made up and how users can set them up. Your suggestions or questions about the day's topic (or anything else about FTM) are welcome.

Sunday 30 August

9:00am - 9:00pm Jill Ball's GeniAus GeneaGala Hangout

Join GeniAus and genimates from all corners of the globe online for a day of amusement, education and networking. You are invited to join in and share a favourite resource or software application, promote your society, share your geneatriumphs or ask a question of those on line.  Watch/Join in at the three session links below.




Tuesday 1 September


Discuss the history of Bulimba and surrounding suburbs. If you have a passion for local history, come and join in.

Wednesday 2 September


Come and discuss the history of Coopers Plains and the surrounding suburbs.

Thursday 3 September


Discover Google products that can provide tools and improve searching methods to enhance your family tree research.



Family historians are invited to bring their project to the library and search for their ancestors for a couple of hours in congenial company. Bookings required.


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