Genealogy Symposium (Drop-in)
Co-sponsored with Bloomfield Public Library and led by Adam Kanciper of Ancestors & Cousins, a professional genealogist with nearly 30 years of experience in genealogical research.
There will be topics covered for all levels of researchers from beginner to expert. This is an excellent opportunity to:
· Learn about researching and building your family tree, research techniques that will prevent you from making common errors and help you to break through your brick-walls;
· Learn how to leverage DNA testing to help with your research and which tests are best for you; and
· Share your experiences, successes and frustrations and receive feedback from other researchers.
No registration necessary – just drop in.
The next session will be held at Bloomfield Public Library on February 13 at 6:30pm.
About the presenter:
Adam Kanciper is a professional genealogist with specialties in New York Area genealogy, genetic genealogy, and Jewish genealogy. He has spent nearly 30 years developing his skills as a genealogist, and has been working with DNA evidence for more than 9 years. Adam consults for other professional genealogists, including the folks at Ancestry ProGenealogists, and takes his own clients. Prior to his life as a genealogist, Adam was a senior executive with more than 25 years of international business experience.
Registration is not currently available. Please check back later at a later date.