I was today years old when I learned that WikiTree has a Birthday Party. But I’m not missing this one. On Friday, November 3, 6am – Sunday, November 5, 2023, 8pm MST and you can sign up to attend.
To celebrate its 15th birthday – and this year’s one-million member milestone – the WikiTree community is hosting three days of free events, November 3-5, 2023. Everything is completely free and open to anyone interested in family history or genealogy.
The fun begins with a 36-hour virtual genealogy symposium, starting at 8am EDT (Noon UTC) on November 3. This virtual conference features popular genealogy speakers, including Melanie McComb, AJ Jacobs, Thomas MacEntee, Mags Gaulden, Sara Cochran, Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, Marian Burk Wood, David Ryan, GenFriends, the DNAChef, and more.
A wide variety of genealogy-related topics will be covered, including DNA tools, Irish research, preserving family history memorabilia, Google Maps and other online tools, Appalachia research, military pensions, tech troubleshooting, the 1890 US Census, passenger manifests, research checklists, and … genealogy trivia.
The second part of the event, the “WikiTree Day” birthday party, kicks off at 8am EDT (noon UTC) on November 5. Have some fun with fellow genealogists and casual family historians, and find out why the WikiTree community has become so popular.
There will be research parties, games, and open chats via Zoom and Discord. The day will also include a special panel discussion about genealogy and artificial intelligence (AI) with Steve Little, Drew Smith, Thomas MacEntee, and others.
Sign up today.