Sunday, October 23, 2022

FREE WikiTree Symposium (24 hours) and WikiTree Day (12 hours) are on November 4-5, 2022

 I received this information from Wiki Tree yesterday:


The WikiTree Symposium and WikiTree Day is Friday 4 November and Saturday, 5 November 2022.  It s FREE, but you have to register.

The kickoff of the event is on Friday, November 4, 2022, at 8am(EST)/12pm(GMT) with our two opening speakers, Melanie McComb and Amy Crow Johnson.  

The Symposium lasts for 24 hours! We will then kick off WikiTree Day and our 14th Anniversary celebration on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 8am(EST)/12pm(GMT) and stream for another 12 hours.

The schedule for the WikiTree Symposium can be found here:

The schedule for WikiTree Day can be found here:

On the days of the event, you can access each session via the links on the schedules.  

To see the list of speakers and descriptions of their talks, go here:

Speaker presentations will remain available on YouTube for 30 days so you can catch any you may have missed. 

Be sure to tune in on Saturday to learn all about WikiTree and how it can help you with your genealogy research and how you can have an opportunity to participate in a friendly, collaborative community! 

Also, you don't want to miss our virtual party at Noon(EST)/4pm(GMT) on the 5th where we'll be celebrating 14 years.

There will be a scavenger hunt on Friday, as well as bingo and trivia on Saturday.  We'll be announcing door prize winners on Saturday during the WikiTree Day kickoff, the virtual party and the wrap-up.  

We have two ways for you to interact with other attendees if you'd like.  There's a Discord server where you can text chat with each other. To join that, go here:  We are also hosting a Zoom meeting for each day where you can pop in and say hello to others "face to face". 

You will be able to find all these links (except the Zooms) on this page:


Disclosure:  I am a member of WikiTree and have done extensive work in it.  It is FREE to use.  I have received no compensation or benefits from posting this information.

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