The 30th IAJGS Los Angeles Conference Website is live! #austria-czech
Go west, genealogists!
The website for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now live! Come visit us at:
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles is your enthusiastic
host for this event, taking place >from July 11-16, 2010 at the JW
Marriott Hotel at L.A. Live, downtown Los Angeles? new entertainment
and cultural complex.
Are you passionate about genealogy, but haven't attended a conference
before? Have you been going for years and wonder what's special about
The 2010 conference will offer rich content, unparalleled learning and
networking opportunities, and the intangible experience of connecting
with others as obsessed as you are about tracing their family trees.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or absolute beginner, there will be a
slate of workshops, lectures, films and panels on global Jewish
history, resources and methodology that will educate and engage you
for five and a half days.
Our website provides program, travel, and venue information, plus an
FAQ section which should answer most of your early queries. The Call
for Papers begins on November 15th and registration will open on
January 15th, but hotel reservations can be made now. Take a stroll
through our site to learn more.
If you really want to be in the loop with breaking news, sign up for
our conference newsletter at:
Although the JewishGen conference discussion group doesn't open until
January 2010, until then we will provide updates via this listserv.
You can also keep up with our website blog and Facebook accounts.
We value your opinions and encourage you to contribute and/or
volunteer to make this the best conference ever. Go to the "Contact"
or "Volunteer" or "Sponsor" links on the site to reach us. Consider
making this a true vacation by arriving early or staying late and
traveling the length of our beautiful state and throughout the west.
And remember: the number one reason to attend an IAJGS conference is
the people -- friends and colleagues, learning and collaborating in a
unique, collective experience. For Jewish genealogists, there?s
nothing like it.
Join us in 2010!
2010 IAJGS Conference Co-Chairs
Lois Ogilby Rosen
Note: A huge expression of thanks goes to JGSLA member, Brooke
Schreier Ganz, our tireless, creative webmaster who designed and
programmed our website.