Meetings, lectures, inclement weather

  • Attend free lectures on genealogy topics presented the first Thursday of each month. Open to the public. We invite you to join our efforts to preserve ancestral data.  Contact SCCGS Board members who conduct business every other month, six times per year.
  • Virtual time and location: 7:00 p.m. (CST) 
  • Inclement Weather Policy: Meetings in person are canceled if District 118 Schools are closed on meeting day. Check local TV and radio stations for those updates.
  • Last minute changes are posted to SCCGS Facebook.


With permission, lectures and slides are posted on the SCCGS Member website for about four months.

July 1, 2021

To be announced. If you have a lecture to present, please contact SCCGS.

New to German research? Next month’s speaker recommends watching this free German Special Interest Group (SIG) video on German Genealogy: What Do You Need to Know, courtesy of the German SIG, hosted on the St. Louis Genealogical Society website.

August 5, 2021

Building A Family to Find a German Village in U.S. Records presented by Carol Wright Whitton, CG®

Ms. Whitton specializes in German genealogical research. She is the current projects director for the St. Louis Genealogical Society, and a graduate of German Research SLIG, the Genealogical Institute on Federal Records, and the Virginia Institute of Genealogical Research.

Register here for this lecture.



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