Meetings are held at the St. Louis County Headquarters Library Auditorium located
at 1640 South Lindbergh Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri unless stated otherwise.
February 17 - Saturday 1:00 to 4:00 pm, Topic: All About Baden -research tips
and links for researching in Baden, customs & traditions, Archives, ST. Louis resources
plus much more.
March 12 - Monday 6:30 to 8:30 pm, Topic: Hermann, MO and Gasconade Co. German
Heritage -Large meeting room at Daniel Boone Library - Chesterfield, MO
April 9 - Monday 6:30 to 8:30 pm -Large meeting room at Daniel Boone
Library - Chesterfield, MO
May 31 - Thursday 6:30 to 8:30 pm
June 18 - Monday 6:30 to 8:30 pm
One on One Help
One of our new things for 2016 with the group is to offer one on one help with your
German research on a quarterly basis. Some volunteers will be in the History & Genealogy
Dept. at the St. Louis County Headquarters Library on:
None scheduled Right Now
February 15 - Monroe Co. Genealogical Society @ Morrison Talbott Library Meeting
room 7 pm Frank Klostermann will give a talk on “Favorite German Genealogy Websites”
March 1 - Maplewood Library (MO) – “German Research Using Case Studies” 6:30
pm – Speaker: Kathy Wurth
March 13 - St. Charles Historical Society (MO) – “German Emigration & Immigration”
7:00 pm Speaker: Kathy Wurth
April 7 -STLGS Conference - Orlando Gardens in Maryland Heights
St. Louis County Library Special Collections Department has tours of their department
and all the books, films and everything they have. Tours are the first Wednesday
and third Saturday of the month at 10:30 am Just show up and GOOOO!!!!!! 314-994-3300
extension 2070. Tier 4 open to the public every third Saturday at 10:30 am. There
are 13,000 + family histories, school yearbooks, and materials for states west of
the Mississippi and more.
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send an email to email@example.com write the word “subscribe” in the subject line,
give name and e-mail.
Dates for the St. Louis County Library Programs are in the "PastPorts" publication
put out by the Genealogical and Historical Department , subscribe to it and you will
have great information and the dates of programs. https://www.slcl.org/pastports
All the past editions are there from Nov 2008 to present month. The March 2015 issue
has a great article on STL German churches.