and the New England Historic Genealogical Society are pleased to bring you New York Family History Day 2012, a day to discover and celebrate your family history. This exciting event can help you start or hone your genealogical skills with informative classes, expert consultations and more. Our venue, the
Westchester Marriott, is located in the heart
of New York’s historic Hudson Valley.

Join us for New York Family History Day 2012

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Saturday, March 17, 2012
Reception on March 16, 2012. Register now for only $44.

Choose from more than a dozen
classes covering a wide range of
topics like:

  • Getting started in family history
  • Locating living family members and lost relatives
  • Getting the most out of your membership
  • And many more

Download the class schedule for details on classes,
times and description.

Consult with an expert genealogist.

Get help with a specific ethnic or geographic problem, or
plan a course of action with the help of professional
researchers. You'll get a 25-minute consultation for just $25
(in addition to the Family History Day entry fee). Limit of one
consultation per attendee.

Public Transportation
and Parking:
Take the MTA
(Metro-North Railroad) from NYC to Tarrytown, NY. Take the AMTRAK from Boston to Tarrytown, NY. Parking is free at the Westchester Marriott.

Dining: Many options are available in and around the Marriott. The
lunch break will provide ample time for dining.

Hotel: Reservations may be
made, modified or canceled by
individuals by calling 1 (914)
631-2200. Please reference New York Family History Day 2012 at the
Westchester Marriott
on March 16-17, 2012. Reservations must be made on or
before Friday, February 24, 2012.

Marriott Hotel:
670 White Plains Rd
Tarrytown, New York 10591

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