Irish Saturday (twice as nice)

Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI) typically celebrates Irish Saturday on the second Saturday of each month. In July 2016, we’ll have twice the opportunities for Irish family history research.


Genealogy for the Advanced

Time to really dig in and conquer those brick walls with practices developed by experts!


Genealogy for Intermediates

Do you understand the basics of genealogy research (through a class or experience)? Are you ready for more advanced topics?


Genealogy for Beginners

Saturday, April 9, is Irish Saturday and another opportunity to learn more about Irish genealogy!


Problem with Irish ancestors?

Who among us hasn’t experienced a problem when researching Irish ancestors? Here’s a class if you find yourself stalled out, perfectly timed with St Patrick’s Day around the corner.


Not all Irish were Catholic

February 13 is Irish Saturday at the William J. Hoffman Library and Research Center (previously called the Minnesota Genealogical Society Library), and Audrey Leonard will be presenting the class. Here’s a description:


More about Irish Saturday

While IGSI classes (see yesterday’s posting) provide valuable guidance, that’s not the only reason to come to the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) library on the second Saturday of the month.


“Irish Saturday” Classes

A new year brings a new round of Irish Saturday classes sponsored by Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI).


Family Finder Autosomal DNA test results

This Saturday, November 14, is the last Irish Saturday in 2015 at the MGS Library, and IGSI has planned a special class.


Learn about Wm J Hoffman Library resources

October 10 is another Irish Saturday in South St Paul! This month the Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI) has arranged for a presentation by MGS librarian John Schade.

Before you can tackle the country your ancestors came from, discover what you can learn about their lives in Minnesota at the William J Hoffman Library and […]