Norsk Høstfest is held annually in the fall in the N.D. State Fair Center on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds in Minot, N.D., USA. The festival was founded in 1978 by the late Chester Reiten and a group of friends who shared his interest in celebrating their Nordic heritage. The festival, now entering into its 40th year, has grown into North America’s largest Scandinavian festival with tens of thousands of people attending from all over the world. The festival features…Find out more »
FVGS is celebrating their 25th Annual Fall Conference and the State of Illinois' Bicentennial. The conference "Venturing Through Miles & Bytes" will be held in Naperville, Illinois on Saturday, September 29. It will feature Jill Morelli as the speaker for four lectures. Jill is a certified Genealogist, who has researched her family for 40 years, and now writes & lectures nationwide about her Midwestern, northern German and Scandinavian ancestors. The topics for the event this year will be: Road Trip!…Find out more »
Join fellow members of Hadeland Lag of America at the Høst Samling "Centennial of World War One" to be held at the Holiday Inn of Alexandria, Minnesota on October 19-20th. For information about the samling, hotel and planned activities, visit: www.hadelandlag.orgFind out more »
NAGC will be closed on Thursday and Friday, so our staff can spend time with their families.Find out more »
NAGC will be closed Monday and Tuesday, so our staff can spend time with their families. God jul!Find out more »
NAGC will be closed, so our staff can spend time with their families. Godt Nyttår!Find out more »
If you are just beginning your family history project, or have some experience with family research, but have not worked with Norwegian records, this popular class is designed for you!Find out more »
Jerry Paulson, Instructor This class is offered to those who would like to write their family histories in a way that is clear, enjoyable and permanent. Classes are held in the Ostby Education Center on the 2nd floor of the Genealogical Center in Madison, WI. Please note: there is no elevator. Contact Jerry Paulson at (608) 255-2224 or at email@example.com, if you would like further information.Find out more »
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